My practice as a storyteller has been informed by my first encounter with oral storytelling some 40 years ago in a village in Cameroon, were I was moved by the power of the story to create a sense of community.

Drawing on that, the purpose of my storytelling today is to take people deeply into the world so that they experience being a part of it, in all its elements, both human and more than human. And from this to know our inter-connectedness, with all its wonder, mystery, grief and joy.

This applies, whether it be the written or spoken word, with school children or with adults, in workshop or performance. The endeavour to create a sense of connection with life and a belonging to place is rooted in the stories I tell.

“It was quite a terrific night, last night. I’m not sure you realise how powerful an experience it was for us all.”
. Richard Young School of Education, Newcastle University

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Gone Cuckoo in Bristol

Crick Crack Club, The Cube Bristol, 7pm. Read about Gone Cuckoo  

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The Crick Crack Club, 5 Brook Road, Montpelier
Bristol, BS6 5LR United Kingdom
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Gone Cuckoo in Stroud

St. Laurence, Stroud Centre for Peace and the Arts, 6pm tbc Read about Gone Cuckoo  

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St. Laurence, Stroud Centre for Peace and the Arts,

Gone Cuckoo in Matlock

Matlock Storytelling Café, The Imperial rooms, Imperial Road, Matlock, DE4 3NL   Read about Gone Cuckoo  

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Matlock Storytelling Cafe, The Imperial Rooms, Imperial Road
Matlock, DE4 3NL United Kingdom
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Owl’s Gaze in Alnwick

Charting the course from Dr.Crofton’s parasitic worms to a tree that talks and the unsettling gaze of an owl Malcolm Green will guide us on a quest from science to […]

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Playhouse Alnwick,