Spellbinding stories, theatre, fortune-telling and stirring music following the migration of the Gypsy people from their home of Rajasthan, through Arabia, the Balkans, Central Europe and the British Isles is told by Catching the Gypsy’s Tale, at the Rusty Bike as part of the Exeter Fringe Festival.
From the humour of the Gypsy King to the poignancy and redemption of an Indian tragedy, the curses and blessings in the Land of Serpents to the supernatural vengeance of a Baby Witch the stories are told and played by storytellers Michael Loader, Sarah Mooney and musician Martin Solomon on the sitar, fiddle and accordion.
Catching the Gypsy’s Tale is at the Rusty Bike as part of the Exeter Fringe Festival on Tuesday, June 28 at 7.30pm. Tickets are £7/£5. Tickets from venue 01392 214440
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