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Welcome! You have arrived here because you have attended our clubs in Liskeard or Bodmin and/or put your name on our email contact list. We don’t have a formal ‘Members’ List’, but if we did you would be on it! You are our friend.

Regular Attenders The best way to access meetings regularly is to become a Subscriber. For this we ask for a donation of £12/year. In return Club Nights and Come-all-Ye Nights are free and Guest Nights are discounted. You can give more or if times are hard you can give any sum from £6, no questions asked.  If you would like to subscribe then 

If you are already a Subscriber and are looking for event tickets then please 

Occasional Attenders If you would rather not subscribe that’s fine. We would still like you to join us when you can. You can buy links for Guest Nights and Come All Ye nights on the Events Page of this site. To access our Club Nights, which are not open to the general public, please use the buttons below to register for £3, you will then be emailed the link.

Once you’ve attended four such Club Nights you will automatically invited to join our Subscribers’ list, and Club Nights and Come-All-Ye Nights will then be free and Guest Nights will be discounted.

Events including Club Nights for Non subscribing Members

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Something completely different. 

Rona has acquired the reputation of being “that something different”. Her presence alone is electrifying as there is an aura of mystery about her. Unique in her style and approach, her performance is slick and dynamic and yet gentle and moving at the same time, holding you in the palm of her hand as you wait, breathless with anticipation to hear the end of the story.

Rona Barbour – The Storyteller has been described as a mesmerising and hypnotic storyteller, with a voice like warm chocolate wrapped in soft velvet. 
This description made her roar with laughter while she remembered she was at one time described as “An Iron Fist in a Velvet Glove” which she thinks her family would agree, was probably much more fitting.

Born in Glasgow, Scotland, one of 8 siblings to registered blind parents, Tommy, and Lizzie, she has incredible warmth and a very sharp sense of humour, mixed with the sense of the ridiculous that is indigenous to the people of that city. Coming from a long line of celebrated storytellers she has been writing and telling stories since childhood.

The Storyteller – Rona Barbour, has also been commissioned to do poetry and readings at Weddings and Funerals and her voice, pure and unforced, is sometimes described as being “like warm chocolate” as it adds the right weight to these occasions.

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