Darius Nash is a new face at this years Settle Stories Festival and one we're very excited to see.
Darius works as a contemporary actor, musician and writer. He works across mediums to create performances that merge movement, improv, storytelling and clowning. We're very excited to announce that he'll be delivering a Clowning Workshop at this year's festival amongst other performances.
He is a director of Nose2Nose who create exciting contemorary theatre perfomances and has recently returned from a tour of Asia with Hireath, a one man show about traveling. Darius also works regularly with BardsBarter, Shakespeare Link; Avant Cymru; National Theatre Wales, ClockTower and now, in collaboration with storyteller Tamar Eluned Williams, on Stories for the Silver Tree.
Before his visit to Settle, we caught up with him to scratch the surface of his fascinating life and career.
Q: What do you consider to be your greatest achievement?
Don't miss Darius at the Settle Stories Festival. He will be delivering a Clowning Workshop and performing Stories for the Silver Tree.