The first StoryVibes of 2019 was held in its new, regular, haunt – Artefact art gallery, in South Birmingham. It was an eclectic mix of stories, spoken word and music, that featured the fascinating storyteller Cindylou Turner-Taylor. She performed Sawdust & Silk, a Cinderella tale set in 1930’s England. Continue Reading →
A new kind of storytelling and spoken word fusion – Story Vibes – has come to town.
The brainchild of storyteller Sharon Carr, it had its first launch at The Kitchen Garden Cafe – well-known for storytelling & music in Birmingham, so it was great to be invited to tell one of my favourite true-life stories… The Lion, the Wolf & The Cornershop. Continue Reading →
This was our launch show at The Old Joint Stock and as Cat Weatherill blogged on Facebook… “FANTASTIC stories tonight. An unexpectedly pungent lover… taking your surgical aid on a hot date… unintentionally leaving your girlfriend on a train then… Continue Reading →
“Birmingham’s sensational storytelling collective presents an exciting evening of stories straight from the heart, brought to vivid life, full of love and loss (just in time for Valentine’s Day!)” “Genuinely uplifting” Arts Council England The Old Rep website
Kings Heath, Birmingham This was one of our first shows as the Storytelling Troupe Flashlight. Here I joined the group of talented writers, performers and musicians who regularly filled the guest slots at Tell Me on A Sunday to start our own company… Continue Reading →
Brindley Place, Birmingham It all started from having a regular slot at the successful Tell Me on A Sunday event which ran monthly at the Ikon Gallery in Birmingham, hosted by international writer and storyteller Cat Weatherill. These popular events, which were often ”… Continue Reading →