I have been fortunate enough to present at many major festivals, including The Hay Festival, Wilderness and the Southbank Imagine Festival.
My theatre-style presentations are entertaining, anarchic, interactive and downright daft. But they also convey stealthy educational messages – even if they are delivered via water pistol…
I have two different festival shows on offer for 2017 and am always happy to offer accompanying workshops (see SCHOOLS page for further info):
Maz Evans presents a fun, interactive and downright daft creative writing theatre presentation for primary school children and grown-ups who never grew up.
Story Stew® teaches children (even grown-up ones):
Come and savour some tasty tales – just add a dollop of imagination.
Maz Evans presents a fun-filled family fiasco as she uses the world of Who Let the Gods Out? to introduce Greek Mythology – as you’ve never seen it before.
Packed with giggles and games, this theatre presentation features Maz’s quest to find the King or Queen of the Gods from her willing* and talented* adult audience members.
The winners will then face the toughest challenge known to immortal kind. They must battle each other in Maz’s Mythological Mallet, the word association game that separates Gods from mortals… using a large squeaky hammer.
The Who Let the Gods Out? show is entertaining, educational and clinically proven to reduce uncomfortable bloating**. Look no further for an epic dose of mythological mayhem.
* May not be either. Doesn’t really matter. They’re playing anyway.
**8 out of 10 cats agree