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December 1 @ 11:00 pm 11:59 pm

The Book of the Mabinogion tells the ancient stories of Welsh mythology. From Prince Pwyll’s reign of the Otherworld, to fierce battle with King Matholwch of Ireland, to Manawydan’s encounter with the mystic mice. Ranging from the epic to the surreal, these tales of magic and wonder have survived from before time immemorial in the oral tradition, following the life and times of the hapless Prince Pryderi (Old Welsh for ‘Anxiety’). Now, using a combination of song, comedy, puppetry, and a healthy dose of absurdity, the stories of the Mabinogion are retold; let us transport you to a mystical world, where cauldrons bring the dead back to life, and children turn into fish when they’re baptised. We follow Pryderi as he argues with wizards, hunts ghosts, and even starts a pig farm. Think you know folktales? Think again.

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