Christmas Fairy Tales (4+)
BY CAJA VAN DER POEL (NL)
“There’s always room for a story
that can transport people to another place.”
Caja is an actress and storyteller at heart. The intimate atmosphere that she creates ensures that the story resonates with children. It stretches their imagination to broaden their horizons. Listening to a story together is a shared experience. Stories help us mark those special moments that make up our life.
Caja will perform her Christmas holiday tales, guaranteed to bring joy and warmth to our hearts. Come to The Paradise Theatre this Christmas and experience the sheer magic of stories filled with feelings of good will. We will move through the times, sit back and listen.
Come and walk into our immersive world full of imagination …
BY RAINBOW CORNER BOOKS
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MORE ABOUT CAJA VAN DER POEL
Caja is an actress and storyteller at heart. A childhood dream relentlessly and passionately made reality. After graduating from The Actor’s Studio The Hague and The Amsterdam Theatre Academy she went on to graduate from The International School of Storytelling, suffice to say she loves to learn.
Since 2003 she is a leading actress and creator for Noordvolk* and works free-lance as a storyteller and teacher in the National Literature Museum, where she finds herself surrounded by her second passion: words. Caja loves people, their mess, sunlight and the Liwa desert.
Charity 2019: STET NO LIMITS!
In April 2020 STET will be showing “Louder is Not Always Clearer” by deaf actor Jonny Cotsen. And on May, 17 this will be followed by a Theatrical Symposium in Theater aan het Spui The Hague, with a performance of the Bareface Collective from London, a keynote by Robert Softley Gale of Birds of Paradise, a disability led company from Glasgow and a panel of experts. Add it to your diaries already!
ACCESSIBILITY for ALL
To make these performances accessible to all, we like to provide sign interpreters and blind interpreters for those audience members who may otherwise not be able to follow the shows. We need to raise funds to make this happen!!
We like to call upon you our audience to support this cause by donating generously either in the RED BOXES provided during the shows of A Christmas Carol OR DONATE by clicking on one of these links.
STET has successfully raised funds for charities like the Spierfonds, the Walkabout Foundation and Create Bridges. Please join us once again to create accessibility for all!
Thank you for your support!