The Light in the Stone, is a storytelling performance with live music drawing on legends and folktales from Judaism, Christianity and Islam. It is a tale of ancient light and sacred secrets.
We will be performing this story in London this Interfaith week on the 14th and 16th November and again on the 9th December. We plan to tour it around the country next Spring.
£1,500 will cover our venue, insurance, technician, equipment and recording costs for the three performances. Anything we raise over this will go towards marketing, artists fees and administration costs. The more money we raise the better equipped we will be to mount a national tour in 2018!
We have some pretty fun rewards, so please read more about us and pledge. We hope to see you at a performance of The Light in the Stone soon.
More about us -
Sarah Deco - storyteller
Sarah is a storyteller based in London. She co-runs the North London Traditional Storytelling Circle. Sarah tells stories in schools, libraries, at festivals and at many different and diverse venues and for a variety of different occasions. She facilitates workshops on personal and professional development using story; and works with individuals who wish to explore story as an aid to facilitating environmental and social change.
Ilana Cravitz - violin, harp
Ilana Cravitz is a violinist specialising in authentic performance of klezmer and baroque repertoire. Ilana is one of a handful of professional violinists in the UK playing klezmer music in the traditional style. She is the latest link in a musical chain stretching back centuries, having learned aurally from living exponents of the tradition and through recorded sources dating back to the dawn of the recording era.
Elizabeth Nott - percussion
Elizabeth Nott is a musician, percussionist, teacher and events organiser. She performs with various bands and at various settings, including music for theatre, storytelling and films. She tailors percussion workshops for beginners, intermediate and upper intermediate. Elizabeth has developed her own approach to teaching and has also been inspired by
Dalcroze Eurythmics, Glen Velez,Ibrahim Al-Miniawi and many more.
Video: Josh Giles, Artwork: Flora McLachlan, Photos: Alicia Clarke