Review: The Tale of the Winter Sun, YouTube/ Spotify
Theatre from the convenience of your own living room is delivered in the most wonderful and atmospheric form in The Tale of the Winter Sun from Fowk Product. The show is described as’ a magical audio undertaking story suitable for all ages, influenced by winter folktales from around the world and changed with a brand-new modern moral’. This is an bold premise, tying a multitude of narratives to one mast, but the yield merges and intertwines narrations beautifully, to create a layered and slaking develop. When the sun disappears from a town announced Prosper, the townsfolk descend into panic. …
A wonderfully brought to life audio tale of adventure and uncovering that realise the most of talented singer actors and smart-alecky sound consequences.
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Theatre from the ease of your own living room is delivered in the most wonderful and atmospheric form in The Tale of the Winter Sun from Fowk Production. The show is described as’ a supernatural audio undertaking storey suitable for all ages, influenced by winter folktales from around the world and adapted with a brand-new modern moral’. This is an grandiose proposition, restraining a multitude of tales to one pole, but the product coalesces and intertwines narratives beautifully, to create a layered and quenching result.
When the sun disappears from a town announced Prosper, the townsfolk descend into panic. Enter the plucky and brave Cei, a girl who voluntaries to go on an adventure over the wall and far, far away to find the sun and fetching it back. Along the nature, she satisfies an regalium of supernatural talking swine, each of whom teaches her something about the importance of rest and affords a talent for helping make it through a long winter.
It’s incredibly timely content, given the long pandemic wintertime we’re all knowing, and although it is a little on the long feature for younger ears( 1.5 hours) without accompany visuals, it’s an excellent listen- and perfect for a cozy night in.
There’s something ASMR-esque about this exquisitely crafted anecdote. The background noises are intelligently curated and allaying, and there’s a wonderfully speeded color to it. Sometimes, the melodic exclamations, while tuneful and amusing, do get a little loud compared to the narrative, and the spell is broken somewhat as you’re required to lean over and adjust the loudnes. But it’s overwhelmingly glamour and lovely.
The voice artistry in this performance is excellent. Lawrence Neale as the Narrator, Michelle Bayly as Cei, and Liam Scarth as both The Bear and The Sun are particular joys, but everyone brings a unique life and distinctiveness to each of their characters.
It’s family friendly, and incredibly wholesome. There are life exercises shared now which can benefit listeners of all ages, together with some very stroking moments.
This production was created by actors who have lost work during lockdown, and is done on a voluntary basis, with each actor recording their parcel at home. The show is free to enjoy, but you can make a contribution to the cast by buying them a coffee or a gift in way of a theatre ticket here www.ko-fi.com/ fowktales.
Created by: Liam Scarth and Michelle BaylyProduced by: FowkEdited by: Liam ScarthMusic by: Matthew Nicholson, Liam Scarth and Michelle BaylyVideo Edit by: Michelle Bayly
The Tale of The Winter Sun is available for free on either YouTube or Spotify via the below links.
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