NEWS LINES North East and Cumbria
Monthly Storytelling Newsletter November 2016
From Martin Manasse firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to your monthly storytelling newsletter. Apologies for the belated publication date but the arrival into this world of my new grandson has been taking priority, to the possible benefit of a couple of late postings that still managed to get in.
I send one e-mail per month and the news coverage serves five broad regions: North East and Cumbria, North West and Yorkshire, Midlands, South and South West and Wales. If you have interests in more than one of these regions do please contact me and I will add your name to that list too. For the South East and London see the link list at the end of this newsletter. If you want to know more about the Society for Storytelling or wish to join, do contact email@example.com. The website at www.sfs.org.uk is currently under renovation.
N.B. When you see the number of public events listed, please do not be fooled into thinking that this is all the storytelling that goes on. There is a lot of non-public activity in schools etc. and I suspect that there may be promoters who have not yet got into the habit of sending in their details to reach me for the newsletters.
Please note: Not all regular events send notifications so if in doubt please check that the session is on.
On the second Friday of every month: Wyrd times in the North at Kielder Castle 7.30 - 10.30 p.m. Tickets £4 / £2 concessions Contact: https://www.facebook.com/WyrdTimes. Next session: Friday 11 November.
Every Thursday: Mortal Man Inn, Troutbeck (near Windemere) from 9 PM. Spoken word night. The Eden Valley Storytellers will be in attendance. Contact Kate. 01539 433193
On the first Tuesday every month: South Lakeland Storytelling Club meets at 7.30pm at the Watermill Inn, Ings, near Windermere. Taffy Thomas and friends perform a variety of traditional tales, songs, tunes and riddles. Suitable for all ages. Free entry. Next session Tuesday 1 November.