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The next meeting of the Yarnspinners will be on March 14th at the Teacher's Club, 36 Parnell Square, Dublin 1 starting at 8pm. The evening will feature the Alaskan storyteller and teacher of storytelling, BRETT DILLINGHAM. Brett is working in schools in Cork and Dublin for a couple of weeks and we are lucky to welcome him back to the Yarnspinners after his great appearance here in 2005.
Brett Dillingham performs and teaches storytelling in Ireland, England, Germany, Hungary, Russia, Viet Nam, Costa Rica, Africa, Canada, Alaska and the Lower 48 states. His work has been presented at the Kennedy Center for Performing Arts, and he has performed live storytelling on National Public Radio, the Calgary International Children's Festival, the National American Reads conference, the Reading Association of Ireland, the National Migrant Education conference, the World Congress on Reading and the International Reading Association.
Brett is a great Storyteller - it's going to be an amazing evening. All welcome.
Dublin Yarnspinners meet at the Teacher's Club / Club na Muinteori, 36 Parnell Square, Dublin 1 at 8pm on the second Thursday of every month.
Looking forward to seeing you there!
World Storytelling Day 2019: Myths, Legends and Epics.
Wednesday 20th March at 7pm.
Poetry Ireland, 11 Parnell Square East, Dublin 1
Triple Spiral Storytellers
Meet monthly mid-month usually Tuesdays or Wednesdays
An Tearmann Café, Main Street, Kilcullen, County Kildare
Stories from local storytellers and guest storyteller. Suitable for all ages.
Triple Spiral Storytellers gather once a month to share stories - usually with a guest Storyteller. We meet in Kilcullen, Kildare in the An Tearmann cafe. This coming season we have a great cross-section of guests:
Wed 20 Mar: World Storytelling Day Story Swap hosted by Tim Ditchburn (England)
Wed 10 April: Baya Salmon-Hawk (France)
Wed 15 May: Norman Skillen (South Africa)
Wed 12 June: Senem Donatan (Turkey)
All welcome to tell or listen.
Story Swap hosted by Tim Ditchburn
To mark World Storytelling Day on 20th March, Triple Spiral Storytellers are hosting a 'Story Swap' in An Tearmann, Kilcullen, Co. Kildare. Come along to share your stories or just come to listen.
This is a night for oral storytelling, so no reading or notes allowed – just pure story! There will be no theme but the stories will be limited to 10 minutes.
The night IS for both tellers and listeners, for without good listeners there would be no good stories! This will be an opportunity for people to tell and also to just sit comfortably and join in the journey of the imagination. People wanting to practise their stories are also welcome.
This is a free event, starting at 7pm with teas and cakes provided
Contact: Tim Ditchburn
The Gab Storytelling
The Gab is celebrating World Storytelling Day at the Creative Zone, Boole Library UCC at 6.30pm on Wednesday 20th March. Check out The Gab Storytelling on Facebook for more details.
WORLD STORYTELLING DAY AT BELFAST’S HISTORIC LINEN HALL LIBRARY
A Celebration of World Storytelling Day
20TH MARCH 2019
Date(s) - 20/03/2019
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
In association with Storytellers of Ireland, presented by Liz Weir, with Storytellers Frances Quinn and Eamonn Keenan. Celebrate World Storytelling Day with us!
PICTURING THE STORY - a workshop with Sef Townsend
SAVE THE DATE - SATURDAY 18TH MAY
Further details available from Liz Weir email@example.com
As a storyteller working with groups from a whole range of cultures, faiths
and linguistic backgrounds, what do I need to make my stories come alive?
Is it the words? Is it the pictures I'm trying to create? Or is it something else?
In this workshop we'll look at the many different ways of bringing colour, texture
and feeling to our stories, and to ask the question:
'Which stories can I really make work for my audience?'
Sef has been sharing stories for more than twenty five years. Often working with refugees, the exiled and those in asylum detention, he tells in churches, mosques, meeting houses and synagogues, and has been involved in peace & reconciliation projects internationally. Recent work has taken him from shantytown schools in South Africa to the British Museum; from the Korean Centre for Traditional Performing Arts in Seoul to a remote village and refugee camp in the West Bank. In the last couple of years he has shared stories, given workshops and conducted his own research in Belgium, China, Italy, Argentina, and Chile.
Storytelling takes place on the 1st Friday of every month in the Olde School house, Tacumshane.
For more information please contact: Janet Devereux
Address: Rostoonstown, Tacumshane, Wexford
Storytelling Circle Kilkenny
Storytelling Circle Kilkenny meet once a month in the Billy Byrne pub, Kilkenny.