Workshop “Storytelling with objects”


Teacher: Gregory Gudgeon



Duration: 180 min

Start: 14:00

End: 17:00

Location: Studio

Price: € 45

*Since we are in a theatre, we will ask for your COVID QR-code at the entrance.

About the workshop:

Young Parsifal sets out to join the court of Arthur, riding a donkey and dressed in mum’s old clothes. The old Knights of The Round Table laugh: “How will this fool find the Holy Grail!?” But Parsifal’s youth and innocence get closer than any of them, right to the edge of Heaven.

Troubadours and storytellers have been telling this story for centuries. We will look at how the use of simple household objects allows us to add a layer to our telling. So bring a toy, a spoon, a stone, an instrument – anything to hand, and let’s see how close we can get to the Holy of Holies in an experience that lies somewhere between a workshop and a laboratory.


Gregory Gudgeon is an actor. He played at Shakespeare’s Globe for 5 years, at the RSC, and was Zazu in The Lion King in London. He has travelled the world with artists like Complicité, Steven Berkoff, and the Globe. He moved to the Czech Republic to work with puppets and their makers, such as Jitka Davídková and the writer and animator Hannah Kodiček. On tv he plays Coroner Morange in Carnival Row opposite Orlando Bloom.

Photo credit: Vanessa Gendron

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