Following funding from The Arts Councils of Wales and England, The Devil’s Violin are pleased to announce they will be touring a new performance in the Autumn of 2017!
STOLEN will preview at the Storytelling and Health Conference in Swansea in June-, launching with a four night run at Greenwhich Theatre from October 5th 2017.

A young woman goes missing. The search for her uncovers secrets which threaten to destroy her family….The Devil’s Violin return with an enchanting blend of words and music. Brimming with dreamlike images that will haunt you long after the performance ends, The Devil’s Violin take you on an epic journey to the land of no return.

Over the past ten years The Devil’s Violin have built an international reputation for moving, passionate, accessible storytelling performances for adults. They have performed at The Barbican Centre, Hay Festival and SAGE as well as theatres, arts centres, festivals, churches, schools and village halls throughout England and Wales. International work has included performances in Sweden, Holland, Norway and Denmark.

Keep checking the tour page for new dates as they come in.

The Forbidden Door

Following the success of previous shows A Love Like Salt and The Singing Bones, The Devil’s Violin are delighted to present The Forbidden Door – an evocative and enchanting evening of rich and dynamic storytelling accompanied by visceral, melodic live music.

The Devil’s Violin has been breathing new life into the ancient art of storytelling since 2006, and consists of acclaimed storyteller and spoken word performer Daniel Morden and virtuoso musicians Sarah Moody, Oliver-Wilson Dickson and Dylan Fowler. This talented ensemble weaves together a hypnotic, mesmerising, aural tapestry of sound, poetry and folk/roots music that appeals to all ages and cultures.

Don’t open that door!

As soon as the rule is laid down, we know it will be broken. Once the door is opened, then what – adventures!

Expect love, loss, drama, danger, horror, humour, twists and trials.

The Forbidden door will open in The Tobacco Factory in Bristol on the 3rd February and be followed by a UK tour.

A scintillating combination of music, sound and story The Times

This is masterful, theatrical storytelling delivered with great feeling for the dramatic pause, the dark imagery evoking all shades of emotion from horror to joy, while the songs and stories continue to resonate deeply in the bones of the listener long afterwards.

Venue Magazine