In the centre are two black paper cut outs of silhouettes of a taller and shorter woman with a braid. These are pasted in front of rainbows made from woven fabric

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Paper Rainbows

The Village Young Storytellers

Family event

Wednesday 6 July 2022,

CCA, Cinema
350 Sauchiehall Street
Glasgow G2 3JD
United Kingdom

This is a story, just one. But it’s told from two (very different!) points of view…

Isn’t it funny how two friends, standing side by side, can share the exact same experience, but each comes away with their own unique collection of feelings, observations and memories?

Paper Rainbows, told through beautiful shadow puppetry and magical soundscapes, is a multi-POV story of friendship and connection, exploring the transformative power of seeing things through different eyes.

Devised and performed by Village Young Storytellers, a collective of artists aged 13-16 who meet weekly in Pollok to create, learn about and shape the landscape of contemporary storytelling.

Booking advised

Access: Wheelchair Accessible

With thanks to funders National Lottery Community Fund: Young Start

The Village Young Storytellers
Colin White, Storyteller
Debbie Montgomery and Genna Allan, Artists

Two 10 minute short showings at 3pm and 3.45pm



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