Mon 24 December 2018 | 7:45 pm - 11:00 pm
Krashkash 6 - Krashkash 6, Tel Aviv, 40 NIS
You may have heard of Ayahuasca, more affectionately known as Grandmother, you may have experienced her yourself or be thinking about going to a ceremony.
I’m going to share with you my personal story, a dark night of the soul, of losing my mind and coming back again, interwoven with the story of The Seven Ravens and original songs.
I share this story on behalf of some of the stories less often talked about publicly, which includes a period of hospitalisation in a mental health unit in England. But don’t worry, there’ll be songs too. And cookies. 😉
The middle of Winter is the perfect time to gather together and bring light in the darkest time of the year, revealing and telling stories of our most vulnerable or “dark” places and therefore shining some light on them.
Entrance is by recommended donation of 40NIS
Arrive from: 19:45
Show starts at 20:30 sharp. No entrance after it’s started.
21:30 BREAK, take a breath, go for a pee, eat cookies, yummy!
21:45 Questions and answers and open conversation
23.00 Good night
The event will take places Odeliya’s place in Shapira, Tel Aviv
Charlie Kesem is an artist and storyteller, originally from London and based in Israel, and is the founder of Kesem Storytelling Collective. Her work weaves contexts of performance arts, community building, education and change making. KSC produces storytelling nights, cabaret and workshops. Charlie believes strongly in the power of creativity to catalyse and transform. You are warmly invited to take part.