The Lost Box of Stories
August 2018

Tete a Tete Opera Festival
Monday 13 August 2018
St Pancras Room, Kings Place, 90 York Way, London N1 9AG (click link to see map)


A new interactive family show by John Webb and Clare Murphy

Workshop 1330 – 1430
Performance 1500 - 1600

Produced by Mid Wales Music Trust in partnership with Sinfonia Cymru

How did music come into the world? Why do we tell stories, and where do they come from? Meet Anansi the original Spiderman and join narrators John Webb and Charlotte Mafham and the players of Sinfonia Cymru and take a journey around the world from Africa to South America via Wales and Japan. This is an interactive family show that plays with rhythm, song, stories and sound and includes lots of opportunities for joining in.

“gripping storytelling and musical mastery”
(feedback to ‘Lost Box’ at The Hafren, March 2018)

We also need help to make the show! You can get more involved by coming along to our Family Song-Writing Workshop which takes place before the performance from 13.30 – 14.30. Working together with John and the musicians we’ll be creating a new song to perform together as part of the show.

Ideal for children aged between 5 and 11 with their families

Find out more and book tickets at:

Lost Box Performers

John Webb & Charlotte Mafham – narrators
Amy Heggart - violin
Cat McDermid - bassoon
Jonathan Farey - horn
Paul Stoneman - percussion
Olivia Jageurs – harp