Projects

  • Clive Hopwood – Writers in Prison Network

    Clive Hopwood is currently Co-Director of the Writers in Prison Network, which puts writers and creative artists into prisons to deliver creative writing, drama, video, music, oral storytelling, journalism, creative reading and publishing programmes. He works with all ages and social groups, and has helped pioneer the Storybook Dad/Mum project in prisons all over the country.

  • Graham Langley – Young Storyteller of the Year

    For children and young people between the ages of 15-26. This project was started in 2010 and is all about raising the profile of young storytellers nationally, providing a platform for young storytellers, and demonstrating a possible career path to young storytellers.

  • Hertfordshire Libraries

    HCLC’s aim is to encourage as many people as possible to come and
    enjoy and participate in stories.

  • Katrice Horsley – Storytelling Laureate

    Since January 2012 Katrice has been the National Storytelling Laureate, a two year honourary role which has seen her raising the profile of storytelling throughout the UK.

  • Kirklees Libraries

    Since The Tree of Life Storytelling Festival in 2009 Kirklees Libraries have enthusiastically championed storytelling amongst our staff, within our libraries and schools, and throughout our diverse communities with hundreds of storytelling events.

  • Marion Kenny – Voices of Scotland

    As well as her work with traditional theatre, music and storytelling in China, Bali, New Zealand and Australia, Marion Kenny has produced a double album called ‘Voices in Scotland’ featuring musicians and storytellers from around the world who reside in Scotland. She has produced and directed two sell out evenings featuring tracks from the CDs at the Celtic Connections festival.

  • Michael Williams – Our Story

    “Our Story” is a film collaboration based on stories from within the Christian Fellowship of Healing, exploring its healing ministry and the significance of the stories of a number of individuals whose lives it touched.

  • Mythstories Museum

    Mythstories works with communities of place and interest, being actively involved in education, economic, and cultural initiatives.

  • Once Upon A Time – Mary Jordan & Patrick Sanders

    “Once Upon a Time” is a unique interactive performance. Children actively take part in the creation and telling of a new story under the guidance of the Story Tellers.

    THERE IS A TWIST! One of the story tellers cannot speak. But he can draw. The story that the children create unfolds before their very eyes, drawn onto a large drawing board.

  • Open Storytellers (Frome)

    Openstorytellers is a charity and social enterprise created to enrich the lives of children, and adults with learning and communication difficulties, using traditional stories and personal narrative. We help people have a voice: to be heard, understood and to broaden the opportunities available to them – to have choices.

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