7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
A storytelling pilgrimage for women, exploring darkness, power and freedom, crossing the ancient lands of Chettle at night…
Travel back in time nearly 2,000 years and meet the local Story Weaver from the Durotriges Tribe. She will lead you on a pilgrimage across the dark landscape to hear the story of Arla the Hare Runner’s journey from child to woman. But the Story Weaver brings word that an uprising against the Romans is being seeded by a formidable female Iceni warrior. As Rome threatens to extinguish your freedom and culture, will you heed the call to keep the powerful lore of your lands alive?
Women of the Dark Skies is a theatrical, storytelling pilgrimage for women, led by creator Becky Burchell, walking at night without torches over the ancient landscape surrounding Chettle, in the heart of the Cranborne Chase. The evening will finish with Women’s Circle around a fire…
What others are saying…
“Very unique and powerful, tapping into female unity and leadership”
“Becky is an incredible guide, thoughtful, warm and inspiring – Lucy
A wonderful evening with amazing storytelling, I felt transported to another time and felt less scared of the darkness – Jeanette
A beautiful experience that will stay on in my memory for a long time”
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Or contact Becky Burchell: 07816 527873
Becky is a creator of festivals, films, plays, women’s circles, community gatherings, rituals and stories. She leads experiences that embolden people to live in ways that nurture our natural world and one another.