Two performance storytellers will be touring rural Dorset with a feminist reimagining of Greek mythology.

Katy Cawkwell and Lucy Lill will begin the eight-week tour of their new show Wild Visons, Untamed Myth in Winterborne Stickland and Cerne Abbas on January 20 and January 21 respectively.

It follows the lesser-known stories of Greek goddesses Artemis and Kassandra, as they go hunting in the wild places and raking through the ashes of a fallen city, taking their power whatever the consequences.

Artsreach is Dorset’s touring arts organisation, giving rural communities across the county the opportunity to see and participate in high quality arts events in their own villages.

It aims to enrich and positively impact the lives of people in Dorset by connecting and empowering rural communities through creative and cultural experiences.

The charity also receives regular funding from Arts Council England and Dorset Council to make ticket prices accessible to everyone.

Wild Visions, Untamed Myth will be performed at Winterborne Stickland Village Hall on Saturday, January 20 at 7.30pm and at Cerne Abbas Village Hall on Sunday, January 21 at the same time.

Due to the spoken word depiction of mythic sex and violence, this show is suitable for ages 14+. Tickets and further information are available online at