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Scratchworks Theatre Company – The Grimm Sisters

Event Date
Wednesday 9th February 2022

AMATA, Falmouth University, Penryn Campus



£10 / £8

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Scratchworks Theatre Company tell the Grimm’s twisted tales with a marvellous mix of comedy, singing & live music.

The Sisters will take you by hand and lead you to discover a joyful & mischievous interruption to the everyday.

Would you like to hear a remarkable story?
We promise it will only be a little bit gory…

We are two sisters, The Sisters Grimm.
One is quite clever and one is quite… musical.
Our tales are greater than any others,
But they were stolen by our beastly brothers!
Now we must journey to fix their lies…
Or else the birds will pluck out our eyes!

You know the Brothers Grimm? The famous storytellers…or story stealers more like! We the Grimm Sisters – Brunhilda and Mitzi – are the true brains behind the books, but thanks to a treacherous father, a nasty curse and a great big dollop of bad luck, you’ve probably never heard of us!

The Grimm Sisters are here to set the record straight. Join them on the journey as they tell their twisted tales with a marvellous mix of live music, singing & comedy. Dive headfirst into their weird world of poisonous parents, courageous quests and a magical frog called Jeremy (Jeremy is not to be trusted).

Keep your mind sharp and your guts gory, because in the blink of an eyelash, you might find yourself within the story…

Scratchworks is a female- led ensemble who create highly visual, playful theatre from Scratch. Since 2013 they have been creating original stories blending physical comedy, puppetry and live music.

Image credit: Matt Austin

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