Beth tells lively, interactive and musical stories in schools, museums, parks, shopping centres and for private events.
As a storyteller, Beth specialises in bringing traditional folktales, legends and myths to a young audience. The stories are brought to life with contemporary language, props and funny characters. The stories always involve call and response, singing and a musical instrument or two.
Beth has told stories in schools, roundhouses, theatres, tents, fields and at festivals, for children’s charities and historical attractions and is a regularly employed by Sheffield Council to tell stories across the city’s libraries. Beth has worked for The Pembrokeshire National Park telling the great Welsh Myths in costume.
Beth completed her English degree at Sussex University and her PGCE in Secondary Education at Oxford University. She has trained with leading storytellers across the UK and at Emerson College and is now employed as an interactor and storyteller for local museum Kelham Island. She continues her professional development whenever she can and is always interested in collaborative projects. Beth is passionate about the power of stories, music and drama to help children develop their confidence and imaginations.
Please check out her website here: www.bethguiver.co.uk