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 draws on traditional oral narratives and interdisciplinary performance practices to create work that feels relevant to contemporary audiences. As well as being a solo performer, Corinne works collaboratively with other performers, musicians and ensembles to create a variety of site-specific, customised and touring projects. She also facilitates workshops and teaches in oracy, performing, literature and writing.
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'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 with The International School of Storytelling , as well as leading professional storytellers, (Jo Blake Cave, Ben Haggarty and Jan Blake). She has studied clowning with Two Hoots Theatre Company and had has done various formal and informal voice and singing trainings. She has a first class degree from Falmouth University and a teaching qualification from Cambridge University.
Her previous work includes partnerships, productions, and commissioned projects with professional theatre companies (Red Dog, Two Hoots, Paper Jungle); charities and organisations (Pathways to Ventures, Extinction Rebellion, Unique Voice); and arts and educational facilities (The Falmouth Poly, The University of Gloucestershire). Corinne also works as a voiceover artist and has recorded projects with Arachne Press and Pinch Me Productions among others.
'The most important part of a story is who's listening to it'