The Hallows Queen and The Savage Knight

The Hallows Queen and The Savage Knight


26 February 2022    
19:30 – 21:30


Unitarian Hall
Unitarian Church Hall, , Cambridge , Cambridgeshire, CB1 1JW

Event Type

We are delighted to present an evening of Arthurian stories

The Hallows Queen

A re-imagining of a Mabinogion myth. Meet the wise mother, the 9 witches of Gloucester, a very angry girl and the Hallows Queen herself. This ancient British Grail story has resonance for our times – how can we heal the Wasteland?

told by international Welsh storyteller Cath Little




The Savage Knight

Two brothers, two swords, and a journey doomed to disaster. The Savage Knight gives a sideways glimpse into the stories that came before the tale of The Hallows Queen.

told by Cambridge Storyteller’s own Marion Leeper




We understand that audiences may be anxious about returning to live events. We want to keep everyone safe from covid-19.

Hand sanitiser will be available. Windows and doors will be open so please dress for the weather. Masks should be worn unless exempt. Chairs will be spaced out in the Hall to facilitate social distancing. Please take a Lateral Flow Test less than 48 hours before coming to this event.

If your result is positive – or if you feel unwell – or if you have covid symptoms – or if you have been in contact with somebody who has tested positive – or if you have not been triple-vaccinated against covid-19: Please do not come to this event

Cambridge Storytellers will collect contact details of the audience – you may opt out if you wish.
Please notify Cambridge Storytellers if you test positive within 48 hours after the event – so we can let others know.

We ask you to check in on arrival, so we have an accurate fire safety list. You can add your contact details to this list. We will keep your details securely and destroy all data after 21 days.

You are welcome to bring your own refreshments.


Book now to avoid disappointment! Tickets £10 / £8 unwaged, available at We Got Tickets



Unitarian Hall Travel Info

The Unitarian Hall is close to Drummer Street Bus Station.

Cambridge train station has bus stops for buses in to Drummer Street or nearby, and a taxi rank.

Parking is at Grafton West, a small multi-storey, five minutes walk from the Unitarian Hall.

Nearby streets are mainly Residents Only parking, with wardens.