Course Fee: £410
OR £380* if you attended part 1
Starts 19:30 on first day – Finishes 12:30 on last day
What can the Storyteller and Clown offer us in these ever-changing times?
In the second part of this three-part exploration we will focus on loving ourselves into existence.
As Rumi puts it so eloquently “Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it.”
What are these barriers and where did they come from? Behind each of us are the patterns and the modelings of our first love teachers – our parents!
They will always be with us. The question is: what did we inherit from them and is it still helpful?
We each have our own stories to tell here. Hand these stories to a company of clowns and anything could happen: new insights, unthinkable possibilities, love without limits.
In this time of estrangement, separation and fear come share the stuff that still matters, the things that still connect us, the heart in hiding that longs to play.
Phenomenal Woman ~ Maya Angelou
Narcissus and Echo ~ Greek Myth
Love after Love ~ Derek Walcott
If you’re looking for some re-connection in these tumultuous times this course will be a lifeline. This course is part 2 of a three part course. You are welcome to join at any stage with or without previous experience of storytelling or clowning.
The group is limited to 14
Step 1: Book Place
Click ‘Book Place’ to visit the Nose-to-Nose course page for further information and to book your place.
Step 2: Book Stay
Click ‘Book Stay’ to book your meal and accommodation at Emerson College.
*Please make sure your place has been confirmed before booking your stay at Emerson.
13 March 2022
to 18 Mar 2022
Forest Row, East Sussex RH18 5JX United Kingdom