All things begin and end as stories
storyteller / performer / teacher
Corinne performs and delivers workshops for all ages, abilities and backgrounds. As a performance storyteller, she combines her research in comparative cultures, mythology and folklore with an interdisciplinary performance practice to create solo and ensemble work for contemporary audiences.
She also facilitates workshops and teaches in
storytelling, public speaking skills, and narrative structure for
performing and writing.
To find out more about Corinne's work or to book her for an event:
'Corinne brings the ancient art of storytelling to life. Her interactive yarns enthral young and old alike. Listening to and participating in one of her storytelling sessions was one of the most engaging, exciting, surprising, and moving experiences I've had. She holds the magic and wisdom of centuries past and shares her gift with passion, curiosity, and humour. Highly highly recommend!'
Corinne has trained in storytelling performance with The International School of Storytelling, The Federation for European Storytellers and Berlin University, as well as with leading performance storytellers, (Jo Blake Cave, Ben Haggarty, and Jan Blake). She continues her professional development through participating on courses in acting, physical theatre, clowning, voice work and singing.
She has a first class degree from Falmouth University and a teaching qualification from the University of Cambridge. She is currently untaking postgraduate study in Comparative Cultures at Bristol University.
Her work includes partnerships, productions, and commissioned projects with professional theatre companies (Red Dog, Two Hoots, Paper Jungle), and charities and organisations including The Falmouth Poly, Arts Council England, Extinction Rebellion and Unique Voice cic.
She is a visiting lecturer in Storytelling Performance and Narrative Strategies for The University of Gloucestershire and Falmouth University.
Corinne also works as a voiceover artist and has recorded projects with Arachne Press, Pinch Me Productions, and the UK Trauma Council among others.
'The most important part of a story is who's listening to it'