Here are some events that I’ve been a part of – click on the links for more information or check out my blog:
On 11th August 2016, I told the story of AO Hume, 19th century civil servant during the Raj and one of the founders of the Indian National Congress and the founder of the South London Botanical Institute at the National Portrait Gallery.
Every Wednesday at 11am from 27th July to 24th August 16, I was at the William Morris Gallery in Walthamstow telling Indian fairy tales to a packed audience of locals and beyond!
Had a magical day on Saturday running a story making workshop for visually impaired children at the Telling Tales Festival at Shakespeare’s Globe. The RNIB were also involved and quite to my surprise I heard myself narrating from one of their exhibits!
Very excited to have been a part of the first East Anglian Storytelling Festival! I told stories, MC’d, I ran a voice workshop and sampled some rather fine ales…
I’ve just got back from celebrating Festival at the Edge’s 25th anniversary where I ran a voice workshop.
I spent a lovely couple of days in Yorkshire back in June. First I was at York Explore taking a voice workshop and telling the Irish wonder tale Mongan’s Frenzy. Then I took the long, winding bus ride to Hebden Bridge to the Shaggy Dog Storytellers where I told Patched and Mended.
I recorded the Radio 4 Charity Appeal on behalf of the wonderful Snowdon Trust a charity set up to help disabled students in further and higher education who are working towards a professional goal. And they helped me when I did my MA in Voice Studies. Here’s how it all happened.
I’ve been booked to perform at the Kathakar International Storytellers Festival in Delhi plus the British Council have asked me to tell stories and lead storytelling workshops in Kolkata, Chandigarh and New Delhi – all kicking off in February 2016. 13 days out in India – can’t wait!
Story Mayhem at The Imagine Children’s Festival, 2016 – an interactive (and noisy) story making workshop with visually impaired children. Read all about it on my blog!
Free African Folktale Storytelling at the William Morris Gallery in Walthamstow to celebrate there amazing exhibition of African Textiles.