Sandal Sticks Theatre
Sandal Sticks Theatre, is an interactive storytelling company founded by Grethe Mangala Jensen - an ALRA trained actress/puppeteer of Sri Lankan and Danish heritage, who has toured extensively with children's, experimental and historical theatre companies throughout the UK, Europe, Canada, Puerto Rico and China.
Credits as actor and puppeteer include:
The Unicorn Theatre, Quicksilver Children's Theatre, London Bubble, Theatre Hullabaloo, The Brewhouse Theatre, Manitoba Theatre for Young People, White Horse Theatre, Fantasy High Street, Moonstruck Astronaut, Angel Exit, Nysa Projects, Actaea Productions Norway, London Symphony Orchestra, Tea Dance for Little People, Time Will Tell Theatre,
Griffin Historical, Clogless Lobster and Puppet Revolution.
Credits as workshop leader include:
Herts Inclusive Theatre, Mala CHERGA Dance Theatre and Nysa Projects.
(Please see The Spotlight CV for detailed performance credits)
Grethe regularly tells stories of all kinds and performs one woman story shows for all ages at schools, events, festivals, parties and museums, including venues such as The London Eye, The Cutty Sark, The Jewish Museum London, The Horniman Museum and Gardens and has toured bilingual and international schools across China, with Hong Kong based Pana Wakke Education.
Grethe has also had the honour of presenting a speech at The House of Commons, playing the part of and telling the story of Sophia Duleep Singh -
royal princess and suffragette!
Sandal Sticks Theatre offer entertaining and engaging storytelling experiences, as well as bespoke drama and storytelling workshops for all ages, in English or Danish language.
Aesop's Fables in Ningbo - Chinae
Sophia Duleep Singh
Time Will Tell Theatre and Essex Cultural Diversity Project
Photo: Ancient House / Norfolk Museums