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Malcolm is a storyteller, who is also an experienced educator and  workshop leader

Malcolm Green StorytellerHe teaches at Newcastle University, and has run many storytelling courses in this country and abroad. He is a founder member of A Bit Crack North East Storytelling, which has been presenting monthly storytelling events, festivals and cutting edge storytelling projects for over 25 years.

He works in collaboration with scientists to create stories that bring their work to a wider audience.

Forthcoming Events

Storytelling Workshops 2019

Embodying the Other-than-Human World in Story With Ivanir Hansen and Malcolm Green                                                                                                May 30th to June 2nd Sibylla Farm, Atra, Norway.                                                                                                                                                                      The Wild has a voice that never stops speaking, every being has its own tale to tell – whether it be a shivering leaf or a trickling stream. In this workshop we will open up our senses and joyfully explore how we can give voice to that Other-than-Human world and thus become more authentic as storytellers. For more details contact Malcolm: trokki@outlook.com


Performances of Gone Cuckoo for 2019

Saturday 24th August 1.30pm, Shambala Music Festival, Northampton.

Wednesday 6th November, 7.30pm. Unruly Tongues, Parbold, West Lancashire. Contact Tracey at: 1965trace@gmail.com.

Sunday 24th November, 8.30pm. Landworkers Alliance, Castlehead, Field Studies Centre, Grange-over-Sands in Cumbria. Contact: dee@landworkersalliance.org.uk.