Tell stories and learn techniques for remembering or enhancing stories. Ideal for building confidence in acting and public speaking or just for the pure enjoyment of story.
Music and storytelling are deeply connected. They share cadence and pace, and underscore each other perfectly. But what about the voice?
This workshop will focus on the inherent musicality and rhythm of language. Beginning from the premise that all natural speech is musical in its chime and chatter, we will explore the full vocal range of speech, playing with pitch, tone and rhythm, and finding ways to support and enhance the telling of a story.
We will also look at physicality in storytelling, exploring how we can use gesture and movement to help tell a story, and explore exciting ways of using spacing.
Wear comfortable clothing and be prepared to get telling and moving!
|Sat 7th||Special Workshop with Nick & Emily Hennessey, 10:30am - 4pm info|
|Tue 17th||Knowsley Library Story Circle 2pm - 3:30 info|
|Wed 18th||St Michaels Storytime 7pm for 7:30 info|
|Fri 20th||Story Night @ the Bluecoat, 7.00pm in the Sandon Room, £3 Tickets from Bluecoat info|
|Sat 21st||Story Share 10am - 1pm info|
|Sat 4th||Workshop 10am - 1pm info|
|Fri 10th||Story Night @ the Bluecoat, 7.00pm in the Sandon Room, £3 Tickets from Bluecoat info|
|Wed 15th||St Michaels Storytime 7pm for 7:30 info|
|Sat 18th||Story Share 10am - 1pm info|
|Tue 21st||Knowsley Library Story Circle 2pm - 3:30 info|
|Sat 2nd||Workshop 10am - 1pm info|
|Fri 8th||Story Night @ the Bluecoat, 7.00pm in the Sandon Room, £3 Tickets from Bluecoat info|
|Sat 16th||Christmas Stories Share 10am - 1pm info|
|Tue 19th||Knowsley Library Story Circle 2pm - 3:30 info|
|Wed 20th||St Michaels Storytime 7pm for 7:30 info|
Led by Roger Hill, they are drop in sessions for people of all abilities. They offer structured exercises designed to polish and improve your telling combined with the opportunity to tell stories to a supportive audience. £5-10 donation according to what you can afford.
Sessions are drop in and facilitated by Roger Hill. They offer a chance to listen or to tell. Try out new stories and get constructive feedback from your audience. £5- £10 according to what you can afford.
Where stories go for a good night out. A monthly event dedicated to performances of stories and readings. £3 Tickets from Bluecoat, available on the night.
It’s the night when story-tellers, story-readers and keen audiences join in the enjoyment of story. We also welcome songs which tell a story.
The first half of the evening will be for all-comers, - announce yourself on the night and, if there’s a story-space, we’ll fit you in. First come first served. The second half will be by invitation of the curator of that particular night.
We ask contributors to stick to some simple rules:-
- all written stories to be original creations
- first half stories to be no longer than 7 minutes (for readers that means about 1000 words of text) – and we will be strict about this. Watch out for the gong…..!
- if you have a longer telling or reading to offer please submit your request by Monday of the week of the Story-Night to email@example.com and we’ll let you know soonest if we can fit you in to the second half of the night.
- please try to match your story-content to the interests of a wider audience
If you are unsure about reading a written story yourself we may be able to find an experienced reader to do it for you. If you would be interested in this please give us some notice.
So do join us every month and if you’re just keen to sit back and listen we can guarantee a rich and satisfying audience experience – a good time will be had by all.
Huyton Libary, Civic Way, Huyton, Liverpool L36 9GD 01514433734
Each session will offer stories and readings on a theme decided by the group
Stories from the floor and Irish music from the Lowlands.
St. Michaels Irish Centre, Boundary Lane, Liverpool, L6 5JG, 0151 263 1808
Tellers and listeners welcome for this monthly event. Free admittance. Hosted by Andy Johnson
For more information or to book, email firstname.lastname@example.org
"Stories are bridges from one mind to another."