An original production from Parable Arts

MONSTERS and MAGIC, DAMSELS and DECEIT... HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
— Shropshire Star

The British Isles are a rich tapestry woven together with myths, legends and folk-tales.  From Irish kings to Welsh dragons, English knights to Scottish warlocks, and even Cornish cats; the cultures of our Kingdom are captured in our stories.  Combining captivating storytelling, poetic verse and traditional folk songs, The Forgotten Tales  brings out the hilarious, the heroic, and the heartbreaking tales of magic and mystery, courtship and conflict, that were once a steady flame across the land.

The comedy of The Forgotten Tales is praiseworthy!
— Fringe TheatreFest Review

The Forgotten Tales is a fast-pace, high-energy, one-man performance written and performed by Parable Arts founder, Jon Buckeridge.  Bringing together some of the most exciting and entrancing legends and folktales from all over the British Isles, this is an evening of entertainment guaranteed to engage and enchant in equal measure. 

RIVETING AND HILARIOUS
— Buxton Fringe Review
Want to see some myths and legends? Then see The Forgotten Tales!
— fringereview.co.uk

The Company

Parable Arts is a creative arts organisation devoted to the seeking, shaping and sharing of stories.

Jon Buckeridge  

Writer and Performer

Jon is a classically trained actor, writer, and director based in the West Midlands, characterised by piercing eyes, malleable physicality, and electric stage energy.  Since graduating from the University of Wales in 2007 Jon has developed a broad experience of stage and screen performance, as well as establishing himself as a vocal performer, singer, and multi-instrumentalist.

Miriam Sarin

Director

Miriam is an experienced writer, performer, and director, with over a decade of professional experience behind her.  She has worked as an actor and director with several companies, including Saltmine Theatre Company, Searchlight Theatre Company and 4Front Theatre CompanyCareer stage highlights include ‘Tis a Pity She’s a Whore, The Screwtape Letters and Dr Faustus.  

Buckeridge is a good physical performer. He moves well to bring life into his words.
— Fringe Guru

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