Storytelling Clubs

One of the great features about storytelling in the UK is the variety of clubs. They vary from story rounds where anyone can come to tell a short story (or some come just to listen), to clubs where you listen one storyteller for the whole evening as they tell an epic tale. The hardest part is often finding your nearest club and finding out what is on. Below is a list of clubs that the Society knows about. If you know of another club, please let us know.

Clubs do sometimes change their details, so if you are travelling some distance to a club it is worthwhile checking the events list, or contacting the club organisers to double check that it is meeting.

Note: this list is not yet complete; we know of many more clubs but are waiting for them to confirm their details before making their listing live.

  • Irregularly

    Multiple voice themed events approx 3 times a year

    Submitted by Anonymous | Last updated on 04/12/2016
  • Fairytales for Grown-ups

    Submitted by Anonymous | Last updated on 17/11/2016
  • Irregularly

    The Crick Crack Club's wild haven of fairy tale, myth and epic

    Submitted by Anonymous | Last updated on 04/12/2016
  • Chagford 4th Tuesday

    A monthly informal gathering for storytellers and story lovers - bring a story to share or just come along to listen

    Submitted by Paul Jackson | Last updated on 29/01/2017
  • 4th Monday

    Devon Story Sessions is a peripatetic, informal storytelling circle based in South Devon.

    Submitted by Anonymous | Last updated on 04/12/2016
  • Dronfield 1st Wednesday

    Dragon's Breath

    Submitted by Anonymous | Last updated on 17/11/2016
  • Brigsteer Irregularly

    A high quality performance night, with a show every month

    Submitted by Anonymous | Last updated on 17/11/2016
  • Glasgow 2nd Saturday

    Even Better Crack Club

    Submitted by Anonymous | Last updated on 17/11/2016
  • Exeter 1st Wednesday

    Exeter Story Club

    Submitted by Anonymous | Last updated on 15/12/2016
  • 4th Monday

    The aim of the group is to give adults a chance to listen to, and perhaps, tell stories themselves

    Submitted by Anonymous | Last updated on 17/11/2016

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