The Untold Stories

The Untold Stories

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A drop-in audio experience in our immersive Storytelling Space, produced by Discover and written by Kaveh Rahnama.

Free with your Session Pass.

We had so many stories we wanted to tell you while we were closed. Stories about bears, stories about lighthouses, stories about mountains made of giant marshmallows. You might have seen some that we shared online.

But what about the ones we weren’t able to tell? Where do all the untold stories go? The ones that aren’t finished, that don’t have an end? Come inside our immersive Storytelling Space to listen and find out…

  • This audio storytelling installation runs on a continuous loop in our first floor Storytelling Space and is available to drop in at any time during your visit.
  • Please note: the Storytelling Space currently has a very limited capacity of 6 people at a time. Maintain social distancing and, if the area is busy, come back later in your visit. Find out more about our Coronavirus Policy here.


WriterKaveh Rahnama 

Sound Designer Steven Dove 

Set Builder/Prop Maker Hannah Sharp 

Voice Artists Minnie Wilkinson & Valentine Hanson 

Additional voicesSupplied by Discover’s Story Builders

Design Discover Children’s Story Centre 

With thanks toHossein Rahnama 

About Kaveh Rahnama 

Kaveh has been performing and devising circus theatre work for the last 15 years. He has been an associate artist of Jacksons Lane since 2009 and is also an associate artist at Stratford Circus. He is Artistic Director of Nearly There Yet. 

In 2007, he co-founded So & So Circus. With So & So, he created two hugely successful devised touring shows, The Hot Dots (2009/10/11) and Backgammon for Beginners (2012/13). His devising and touring work also includes Little Red (performer/deviser), Life on Wheels(associate director, 2015)Lab Rat (Director, 2015), The Party(performer/deviser 2014/15),  Rapunzel (UK tour 2014/15),  The Fairy Queen(UK and European tour 2010) and Box of Frogs (UK tour 2011/12).  

Arts Council England

Arts Council England

Garfield Weston Foundation

Garfield Weston Foundation