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Fireside Fables & Midwinter Myths
Friday, December 14 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm£10.00
Three tellers, a feast of tales. Now the nights are growing colder, come and be warmed by our entrancing winter’s tales. The story of a Christmas flower, a woman who is not what she seems, the unexpected story behind a traditional bread, a ghostly apparition on a snowy night – hear these tales and more in an evening of seasonal delights. So, sit back, relax and be transported to other times and other lands.
The Storytellers are:
Cath Edwards – professional storyteller and co-host of a storytelling club for adults, Lichfield Storytellers. She is a versatile and engaging performer, equally at home with adults, children and those with special needs. She tells at festivals, clubs and many other venues throughout the country. Her book, West Midlands Folk Tales, is available from The History Press. http://www.storytellingforall.co.uk
John Sullivan-Blakeney – began storytelling in 2000 answering an invite to the audience at only his second ever storytelling event; he has told in venues from day centres to hospitals, pubs to festivals, and woodlands to firesides. In 2008 he won the Bardic ‘Spear of Lugh’ at the Lammas Eisteddfod in the Forest of Dean. John tells traditional tales with his own twist, a wordsmith weaving words and telling tales.
Sharon Carr – originally from Canada, Sharon has been a Midlands dweller for many years. She traces her love of storytelling back to her Welsh mother who delights in telling ancient family stories of growing up in Wales before the War. Until recently, Sharon was one of the resident storytellers at Birmingham Storytelling Café but has since started her own event, StoryVibes.Sharon has performed at festivals, museums and libraries.
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Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
You will need to be 15 or over for this event.
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Tudor House is a 10 minute walk from the Worcester train and bus stations. There is ample parking at the NCP site at the end of Friar Street, but none at the museum itself.
What can I bring into the event?
Yourself, your loved ones, a camera.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01905 612309.
What’s the refund policy?
We will refund only if we have to cancel the event. If you can’t make it, we’ll help you try to sell the ticket but won’t refund unless it is.