Cannibalism, werewolf trials, deceit, and murder... Marie Hassenpflug and the Brothers Grimm are editing the darkness out of old stories. Little by little, the voices of the storytellers who created the tales are eroded away. What will be saved and what will be forgotten?
The Grandmothers Grimm explores women’s role in the creation of the Brothers Grimm’s famous anthology. Discover a night of folk and fairy tales as you've never heard them before.
Edinburgh literary theatre company, Some Kind of Theatre are proud to tour The Grandmothers Grimm this autumn with support from
This show is also available for Theatre On The Sofa performances.
Heart Of Hawick | October 2nd | TICKETS
Craignish Village Hall, Ardfern | October 4th | TICKETS
Nevis Centre | October 6th | TICKETS
Dunoon Burgh Hall | October 8th | TICKETS
Assembly Roxy, Edinburgh | October 9th | TICKETS
Nairn Community & Arts Centre | October 11th | TICKETS
Glenurquhart Public Hall (Blairbeg Hall) | October 12th | TICKETS
Universal Hall, Findhorn | October 13th | TICKETS
The Story Of Grandmother: Photo by Emily Ingram
Briar Rose: Photo by Emily Ingram
The Werewolf Trial Of Peter Stump: Photo by Emily Ingram
The Sleeping Princess: Photo by Emily Ingram
The Donkey Prince: Photo by Fiona Knight
Old Marie (Emily Ingram): Photo by Grant Jamieson
Jacob Grimm (Justin Skelton): Photo by Ronan Jennings
Marie Hassenpflug (Michelle Kelly): Photo by Emily Ingram
Wilhelm Grimm (Gerry Kielty): Photo by Fiona Knight
Director & Writer: Emily Ingram