Folkestone Book Festival: Kali-The Story of the World's Wildest Goddess
18th November 2018
From demure housewife to bloodthirsty goddess, gurgling infant to elephant man, meditating sage to cosmic fire-eater, Hindu mythology illuminates a mind-blowing world of radical transformations.
Kali is one of the wildest shape-shifters of all. Demon-slayer, life-saver, supreme-mother, destruction-dancer, this goddess is truly awesome.
Join storyteller, Emily Hennessey and sitar player extraordinaire, Sheema Mukherjee on a white-knuckle tuc-tuc ride through sun-kissed palaces, fiend-infested forests and every cacophonous saffron-scented marketplace in between.
Tickets: £8/Friends & concessions £7/Early bird £6
Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar and Grill
Afternoon Tea at Best Western Clifton Hotel
The Glampervan Hire Company
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Arts, Crafts & Vintage Fair