We are proud to present Storytelling royalty in the forms of Michael and Wendy Dacre. Michael and Wendy Dacre have been telling and singing stories for a long time and are fascinated by other worlds and different dimensions. Pressed for a title for the evening, we’ve been thinking… 'The Ever Young' by 'The Rather Old'? […]
Where does it hurt? Stories can heal, they can also be poison. What stories have been keeping you alive in these extraordinary times? Ashley Ramsden with Brazilian guitarist, Ariel Gragnani with a little laughing gas, a shot of the right stuff in the arm and a provocative tale or two to slip under your tongue.
Cracking on sessions present an opportunity for a group of people to explore what a story means to them in discussion with others. The sessions are designed to be informal and relaxed. There are usually between 6 and 16 people at a session, so places are limited so contact us for a place and the zoom code.
Join us as we cross the portal into the earthy world, where the stories are grown from rich, deep, dark humus, nourished by the silence of recent months. We will also be crossing that other portal of meeting each other eye to eye and face to face after a long absence.
We look forward to greeting you all.
Dreams of past days merge with the hopes and ambitions we have for the future, in stories from near and far - some being told for the first time.
Join us for a evening celebrating the dawn of a New Year with local voices including Richard Birmingham, Lara Gow and Sara Parker Fuller as well as stories from the floor- which could mean you.
It is fitting that the final event of Wylam Winter Tales 2022 is a storytelling. Tonight’s performance has a wonderful international flavour to while away an early Sunday evening in the company of Lithuanian/Scottish Storyteller Daiva Ivanauskaitė. Suitable for all the family Daiva will bring the captivating and exciting story of The Wolf Girl.
The unusual friendship between a Shropshire teenager and a Scots Traveller. Amy shares reminiscences of learning to drive, making pegs, drinking special brew and coping with sleep deprivation alongside an ever-present flow of story, song and history.
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