Saturday 19th January - 7:30 pm start (doors at 7pm)


Shame: two excoriating mythic monologues, adapted for Ovid’s Metamorphosis by Peter Pegnall.

The first half of the performance features Tracey Catchpole, fresh from her triumphant role in Cocteau’s ‘The Human Voice’ at The Hostry Festival in Norwich Cathedral; directed by Stash Kirkbride

These haunting tales of sexual obsession are set against original and  improvised arrangements by The Archaos Ensemble (featuring Caroline Bishop on violin).

The second half of the performance has Harpist Joy Smith take to the stage alongside storytellers Peter Pegnall, Andrea Holland and Sue Burge for a collage of poetry and music, their own work and echoes from the past.

Please note: this performance includes adult content and is therefore 18 years +


Saturday 19th January - Shame

  • Please note that there are no physical tickets for the performance.

    When booking online, your payment confirmation will be checked and your name added to the door list.


    Please ensure you take note of the performance date and time when making your booking.

Anteros Arts Foundation, Open Tuesday to Saturday, 9.30am-5pm

11-15 Fye Bridge Street, Norwich NR3 1LJ

Ph: 01603 766 129 I Charity #1135692 I Email:

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