• Alex Ultradish

    Alex Ultradish was born into the active Folk scene of the UK. From crazy clog/rapper dance cabaret, ballad singer or musician to MC of International dance competitions she has honed her skills in entertaining crowds and holding the attention of an audience.

  • Amanda Edmiston

    Weaving stories that are accessible, dramatic and frequently funny, Amanda has been researching the tales from around the world containing as key elements the real role of plants, and she encourages the stories to show how plants, our environment, our children and stories connect us all.

  • Cat Weatherill

    Cat studied Drama at Hull University and worked professionally as an actor and a singer before discovering storytelling in 1998. Her career has since taken her around the world, from Singapore to Saudi and endless stages inbetween, but she will still happily perform at a village fete for tuppence and a cream tea.

  • Daniel Morden

    Daniel Morden has been a professional storyteller since 1989. He has heard and told stories all over the world, from the Arctic to the Pacific to the Caribbean, in schools, museums, libraries, theatres and festivals. His repertoire ranges from nonsense to wonder tale to epic.

  • David Campbell

    Storyteller, writer, poet & broadcaster. What makes a good storyteller is a good listener. The traditional stories today, as ever, carry out cultural inheritance, our identity. They carry the past with us into the present, and us into the future. Its important for all of us to reassume the ancient mantle of storytellers.

  • Jan Blake

    Jan Blake is one of the world’s leading storytellers, having performed worldwide for over twenty-five years. Specialising in stories from Africa, the Caribbean, and Arabia, she has a reputation for dynamic and generous storytelling, engaging both children and adults in an unforgettable experience.

  • June Peters

    June has 20 years experience as a freelance performer, language and literacy consultant, workshop leader using story and music at all levels of education. She has been Chair of the Society for Storytelling, an interpreter of public spaces (including the National Gallery, Kew Gardens and the British Museum), and a performer in a wide range of settings.

  • Kate Walton

    With rhymes that chime, Kate Walton tells her tales from the absurd to the ridiculous, mixing light with shade to create her own humorous and macabre take on life, through unique observations, experiences and imagination!

  • Liz Weir

    Liz Weir is a storyteller and writer from Northern Ireland who tells her stories to children and adults on all five continents. As a children’s Librarian for the city of Belfast in the 1970’s she learned about the healing power of storytelling.

  • Maria Whatton

    Maria the Storyteller – Myths, Folk Tales and Legends. Maria’s storytelling performances have been highly praised for their lucidity, warmth and captivating style. She knows hundreds of traditional stories and lights up the room with her intelligence and passion.

  • Mary Medlicott

    Mary Medlicott has been telling, and encouraging others to tell, stories for over 30 years. Major work includes the Society for Storytelling, Channel 4 television, museum and gallery residencies, numerous festivals, educational institutions and national newspapers.

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