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West Sussex - Ragged Miser: The Crow Show

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The Talbot

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Cuckfield

RH17 5JX

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Stories told live, and in-person.

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Crows, ravens, magpies and their relatives: The corvid COVID antidote of a new show for a reopening world.

Award-winning storyteller Jason Buck brings a collection of ancient, traditional and new, original stories and poetry.

  • 'Rainbow Crow'
  • 'The Morrigan' (epic poem)
  • 'The Boy who grew up to be a man, who grew up to be a bird'
  • 'The Scarecrow who drank so much he thought he was a peacock'
  • More stories to be announced!

Ages: Teen and adult (12+)

Doors open at 7pm, for a 7:30pm, sharp, start.

"Jason Buck is a man made of myth, magic and mead. His stories are filled with adventure, his beard is full of unexpected twists and his tankard filled with a poet's brew. Sit around the fire and listen to his tales - you won't be disappointed." Abbie, West Sussex

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This show has been programmed and will be organised in accordance with the latest COVID guidelines.

In the event of the show needing to be cancelled you will be entitled to a full refund or ticket transfer (your choice).

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The Talbot

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Cuckfield

RH17 5JX

United Kingdom

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Organiser Jason Buck Storyteller

Organiser of West Sussex - Ragged Miser: The Crow Show

Drawing on traditional favourites and introducing new ideas, Jason's stories are told in the oldest and best ways – as live performances, for modern audiences and he has performed across the UK and mainland Europe, blending traditional and contemporary motifs, vocal sound effects and pure, unadulterated fantasy.

Jason has been a performer most of his adult life, including cabaret and comedy, but his passion lies in stories - ‘there's nothing like getting lost in a story, the pictures in your head are better than film’.
Jason has written and published four collections of his own stories, won silver at the last ‘Grand Annual Lying Festival’ and 'Best Bard' at Profound Decisions' 'Theatre of Joy and Sorrow'. He is also a member of the Society for Storytelling, a skilled celebrant for weddings / handfasting, namings and funerals and a member of the UK Society of Celebrants.
Jason now lives in West Sussex with his family: Son, Oskar and dog, Monty.

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