The Embers Collective is a storytelling and music collective based in East London. We aim to bring you old mythology and folklore to intimate venues around London.
We are also available for workshops, festivals, cultural evenings and school events.
The amusing, if a little disconcerting tale of Gomba, written and performed by Sian Kidd. Music written and performed by Tim Karp. Recorded live by Gabor Halasz at Bally Studios, Tottenham.
Sam Rix tells the story of Gambrinus, The King of Beers. Story written and performed by Sam Rix, music written and performed by Tim Karp. Recorded and produced by Gabor Halasz at Bally Studios, London.
The Turning, written and performed by Lonan Jenkins. Music written and performed by Tim Karp and Mishka Adams. Recorded by Gabor Halász at Bally Studios in London. A Winter Solstice tale of a village being taken on a journey of transformation by a special visitor on the longest night of the year. This has been brought to you by The Embers Collective.
Lonan Jenkins- The Death of Baldur
Lonan Jenkins telling The Death of Baldur from Norse Mythology live at Sutton House in Homerton, London; part of the Life, Death, Whatever series of events.
Sam Rix- Lament For Brendan Behan
Sam Rix kicking off the night with a poem called The Lament For Brendan Behan by Ciaran Bourke. This was recorded live in Sutton House, Homerton, London as part of the Life, Death, Whatever series of events.
Thalissa Nuttall Teixeira- Whakapapa
Thalissa performing a self-written poem based around a Maori death-origin myth live @Sutton House, London as part of the Life, Death, Whatever series of events.