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|Órla Mc Govern: Casting the Net - A Storytelling and Improvisation Workshop
Date: Saturday 25 June
Venue: Ballyeamon Barn, Cushendall, Co. Antrim
Time: 10am - 4pm
Tickets: Includes tea, scones & lunch
€45 / 37 pounds for non SOI members
€35 / 29 pounds for SOI members
During this workshop, we will explore the art of storytelling through the lens of improvisation and co-creation.
There is always a story to tell, a moment to reveal, all we need to do is find the right lens and there it is.
We'll work with improvised stories, personal stories, and folk tales.
Reveal the treasures hidden in the ordinary day, have fun stretching your creative muscles as we cast the net for a great catch of tales!
This is a workshop for all, particularly those interested in creating new stories.
Capacity limited, early booking advised.
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The Teacher’s Club, 36 Parnell Square West, Dublin 1
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.
Please note this event is currently NOT taking place due to Covid 19.
The Monaghan Yarnspinners meet online fortnightly, on a Friday evening from 8.30 – 10.30pm. There is a very loose format to the evening and all are welcome. Drop in any evening that it's on to tell a tale, share a poem, sing a song, or just to listen and enjoy - whatever you feel like doing. Pieces are usually 3-7 minutes long to allow as many as possible to contribute and priority is given to local tellers. However, we have had tellers from Hackballscross to Hawaii!
Autumn/Winter 2021 dates concluded on Friday Dec 10th.
We're a group of storytellers, who meet every third Thursday of the month in Crawford & Co., Anglesea Street in Cork City.
Listen to local spinners of yarns as well as storytellers from all over Ireland. We also welcome new storytelling talent and musicians on our open nights.
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Each month six Yarnspinners events take place thanks to the Armstrong Storytelling Trust.
Registration Details for all of these Yarnspinning events are listed on www.armstory.org.uk/events
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.
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 meet once a month in the Billy Byrne pub, Kilkenny.