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death of Robert (Rob) Soldat on 13 August, 2013
Death of Rob Soldat
death of Robert (Rob) Soldat on 13 August, 2013
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Stepping Into Celtic Myth And Story
Stepping Into Celtic Myth And Story
We investigate an upcoming workshop week sponsored by the Scottish Storytelling Centre that hopes to immerse participants totally in the rich folklore of Argyll and Bute.
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Stepping Stones Storytelling Project
Stepping Stones Storytelling Project
Storytelling in Birmingham has been given a shot in the arm with an award from Arts Council England.
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Becoming A Professional - One Man's Tale
Becoming A Professional - One Man's Tale
The paths that people take in their way to becoming a professional storyteller are as legion as the storytellers themselves. Owen Staton reveals to us his rather circuitous route into telling tales...
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Down By The River
Down By The River
Tales From The Tweed will be bringing in storytellers, academics and ordinary folk to share their experiences of the River Tweed, and we investigate how you can be a part of it...
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Secret Storytelling In Ireland
Secret Storytelling In Ireland
For a few days this summer, a quaint-looking Gothic cottage set within the lush environs of County Kildare will play host to potentially the quirkiest storytelling event of the year.
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Alys In Storyland
Alys In Storyland
Given Alys Torrance's exceptionally busy schedule, we feel honoured that she’s managed to take the time to talk to us about how she juggles her work life, what inspired her to start Story Jam, and whether her dad really did suck lemons with Béla Bart
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Where Stories And Science Collide
Where Stories And Science Collide
Science and storytelling may seem unlikely bedfellows – the clinical, sometimes sterile approach of the former can be at odds with the often fantastical nature of the latter...
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New National Curriculum - what it could mean for storytelling in schools
New National Curriculum - what it could mean for storytelling in schools
As some of you might have noticed, plans are in place to change the National Curriculum for schools in England in 2014, with draft programmes for next year already established and a consultation period which ended in April.
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Garden Stories For The Trans-Plantable Living Room
Garden Stories For The Trans-Plantable Living Room
This is an exciting new collaboration, which brings together storytelling, stage-design, gardening and performance. Trans-Plantable Living Room needs you to help it happen!
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Sting In The Tale
Sting In The Tale 2013 - a preview
We bring you a selection of some of the highlights of the festival, which is jam-packed with storytelling delights taking place up and down East Dorset from August 16-26.
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Taking Telling To The Streets with London Dreamtime
Taking Telling To The Streets with London Dreamtime
We talk to London Dreamtime founder member Vanessa Woolf about the genesis of the night, her own practice and just why she’s braving a graveyard at dusk in the name of storytelling....
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Telling Indian Tales - a new exhibition in Liverpoo
Telling Indian Tales - a new exhibition in Liverpoo
A new exhibition in Liverpool is aiming to bring to life the rich storytelling heritage of India.
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Mary Medlicott
There's Something About Mary
We talk to veteran storyteller Mary Medlicott about her long and illustrious career, as well as her recent nomination for the prestigious Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award.
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Mats Rehnman & Methera at The Sage Gateshead - a review
Mats Rehnman & Methera at The Sage Gateshead - a review
Martin Manasse gives the lowdown on Mats Rehnman and Methera's performance at The Sage Gateshead on May 5...
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