Come All Ye! - Mar 11th.

March 11, 2021

An Open Mic evening! - Join us as a teller or a listener.

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Mike O'Connor - Is Loki! - Mar 18th.

March 18, 2021

Mike O’Connor’s telling of LOKI is celebrated as one of the most thought-provoking pieces of storytelling of recent years. Loki is playful, spiteful, lovable, pitiful, innocent, scheming, frightening. A thousand years before words like 'gaslighting or 'alternate facts’ were invented Loki was there. What is real? What is imagined? What is true? What is false? Loki will tell you, but do you trust him?

Mike’s philosophy is always to bring his listeners safely home. But what can follow Loki?  In the tale of Loki, Odin whispers a secret into the ear of Baldur, and Loki is outraged that he cannot learn what it is. In ‘The Ash Tree and the Carpenter’ Mike reveals the secret in a wonderful tale of redemption and re-creation that will indeed bring us all safely home and restore light and life to a darkened world.

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Come All Ye! - Mar 25th.

March 25, 2021

An Open Mic evening! - Join us as a teller or a listener.

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Peter Chand - April 8th.

April 08, 2021

British Indian storyteller Peter Chand is one of Europe’s most renowned storytellers and is in constant demand for his colourful tales from the subcontinent. From Southall to Singapore, Dublin to Delhi, Tyneside to Toronto, and many a place inbetween; he has enthralled audiences both near and far with his skilfully told tales.

He has also helped countless budding Storytellers, Public Speakers, Tour Guides and Teachers to gain confidence in storytelling techniques through his storytelling training workshops.

Peter regularly visits his family in the Punjab, India and collects traditional stories, and translates them into English. These stories keep the connection with his culture very much alive as he shares them in schools, festivals, libraries, theatres, and cultural events across Britain and further afield.

Peter has recently been honoured for his storytelling work by being chosen as one of the 100 Masters in England, an award which celebrates creativity and excellence within the many towns and cities which make up the Black Country region.

"Brilliant! Loved hearing such wonderfully expressed stories from true Indian culture.
Thank you so much”.
Scottish International Storytelling Festival Edinburgh.

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