About

“Bright Moon Theatre were spell binding. Enchanted.”

 Alison Martin Lloyd, Banyan Tree Theatre


“This is theatre of simplicity; the whole show has a throughly traditional feel…something settling, something to spark the imagination and warm the heart.” 

Paul Levy, Fringe Review, 2015


“Thank you to the wonderful Bright Moon Theatre who set a beautiful tone to the evening, transfixing old and young with the tale of Baba Yaga.” 

Brighton Storytellers, Winter Solstice Celebration of Story, 2015.

  

Bright Moon Theatre lives inside an old accordion box and contains homespun folk stories and handmade puppets by Imogen Di Sapia.

Combining a love of theatre crafts with reworked traditional tales and therapeutic stories, Imogen invites you into her world of contemporary storytelling.

This blog will be kept up to date with current projects and upcoming shows, so please follow and subscribe to the mailing list for newsletters.

If you would like to get in touch please email artdress@hotmail.co.uk

Bright Moon Theatre is based in Brighton, UK, and Imogen is available for puppet making workshops and performances by request.

Full CV on Strikingly; http://imogendisapia.strikingly.com

Listen to stories here; Imogen on Soundcloud

Imogen has recently performed at;

Brighton Storytellers

Brighton Expression Sessions

Bom-Banes

ONCA Gallery

Brighton Oasis Project

Zu Studios

The Grange Gallery, Rottingdean

  Eleanor Conlon & Baba Yaga, The Crossing at Bom-Banes, November 1st 2015. Photo by Toby Aisbitt.
Above; Imogen Di Sapia & Vasilisa the Brave, ONCA Gallery, November 2015. Photo by Jessie Glover Gillilan.

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