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Rhiannon Unbridled

Rhiannon Unbridled

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A one-woman storytelling show with original music. Rhiannon Unbridled takes the story of the Celtic Goddess Rhiannon out of its well-preserved Welsh Medieval manuscript in the Bodleian Library, and wrestles with it. Jackie’s stories of her girlhood fascination with horses, and developing relationships with the opposite sex are interlocked with chapters of Rhiannon’s life, until the narratives collide in a need to rescue both modern woman and ancient goddess from the forces that bridle them.

Duration: 1 hour with no interval

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Age guideline 10+

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  • As Jackie freed herself, unleashed and unbridled, I felt as elated as the rest of the audience.
       
    Marion McCartney, Author & Activist

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