2024 Workshop dates
Half-day introduction to storytelling
March 2nd - Spaces Available
Ruskin Mill College, Glos
For all levels
£35 / £20 concession (under 25s and low income)
1st March Tam Lin Retold Show + 2nd March Workshop Special Offer:
£40 /£25 concession
Call 01453837537 to book
Explore the craft of storytelling
Bring confidence and creativity to the way you communicate
Find the joy in speaking in front of an audience.
February 3rd-4th - one space left
MAy 4th-5th - Spaces Available
This is an independent storytelling training project that has been running weekend workshops for the past 3 years. It started out of a out of a rising demand from friends and wider circles to find more opportunities to explore folktales and myths alongside public speaking skills. This has evolved into regular in-person workshops in a private studio space and secluded garden in central Bristol.
Raven’s journey to black, a cart full of Death’s worn out clogs and the cat that caught the moon… Participants bring a story to work with and I share some of my creative process and research into comparative folklore and orality studies, all with a playful and practical focus exploring story through movement, improv and stand-up telling technique. In this way participants and their chosen story are guided through the initial steps of learning to tell with joy in front of an audience.
Who's it for?
This workshop is suitable for anyone who is ready to take the plunge into storytelling for the first time or those who have some experience in performance that they would like to build on.
In the past we've had multi-disciplinary Artists, Coffee Entrepaneurs, Rites of Passage Leaders, Green Party Councillors, Medical Students, Junior Doctors, Therapists, Public Engagement Professionals, Forest School Leaders, Workshop Facilitators, Academics, Teachers, Dancers, Weavers, Geologists, Activists, Tree Surgeons, Film Makers, Graduates looking for inspiration and deepening, Thinkers, Movers and Shakers.
How much does is cost?
£155 (concession rates available for low income, just ask). Spaces Limited to 8.
How to apply?