Sunday 5 April, 6 pm

'We were enchanted from beginning to end, Jason Buck, is a great storyteller, weaving his magic into tales that are vivid and linger afterwards. A history lesson into our mythical and intriguing factual past' Mel, Brighton

Join award-winning storyteller Jason Buck as he brings his spellbinding stories of dragons to life. Meet him down by the lake in the shadow of the Gunnera. Bring a camping chair and a cosy blanket and prepare to take a mental journey into a wild, imaginary landscape of adventures galore!

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Additional information:

Suitable for adults and teens aged 13+

Two hour performance including interval

Please bring a chair and warm clothing or a blanket (a limited number of hay bales will be available to sit on).

The café will be open on arrival serving light refreshments and alcohol.

Guests may also bring their own picnic.

The lake is at the foot of a shallow hill along an accessible pathway. 


About Jason:

Drawing on traditional favourites and introducing new ideas, Jason's stories are told in the oldest and best ways – as live performances, for modern audiences and he has performed across the UK and mainland Europe, blending traditional and contemporary motifs, vocal sound effects and pure, unadulterated fantasy.

Jason has been a performer most of his adult life, including cabaret and comedy, but his passion lies in stories - ‘there's nothing like getting lost in a story, the pictures in your head are better than film’. Jason has written and published four collections of his own stories, won silver at the last ‘Grand Annual Lying Festival’ and 'Best Bard' at Profound Decisions' 'Theatre of Joy and Sorrow'. He is also a member of the Society for Storytelling and the UK Society of Celebrants and lives in Sussex with his family: Son Oskar, and dog Monty.