Thanks for getting in touch. and for your kind words about Edinburgh. Wildlife storytelling eh? I would love to hear more about what you do! I have a friend who is a environmental educator and a tracker...fill me in!!
Grazie!A te come vanno le cose oltremanica??Io sarò il 12 -13-14 Marzo a Birmingham con graham Lanlgey, dove terrò una giornata di laboratorio all'interno del conscorso Young Storyteller of the Year.
Hi Diana, there is a lot of lovely things to see and do storywise in Ireland. If you got over here in the summer you would be spoilt for choice. Three things come to mind: I have my own two hour storytelling show once a week in my local pub, which runs for six months from April to September. This is a great place to meet Irish and international storytellers and storylovers, and its not unusual for a more informal jam to take place after i've finished my show. For a wee sense o how the show looks have a peek at http://th-photo.com/clients/CelticTalesGallery/ Then there is my amazing friend Clare Muireann Murphy who is a wee ball of energy when it comes to storytelling. She facilitates a monthly storytelling swap - first tuesday of every month - clink on to her link on my page and tell her i sent you along. Now both CLare's storyswap and my show are in the west coast, Galway to be exact. Over in the east coast there are now a number of lovely storytelling houses - have a look at http://crossabegballymurn.ie/storytelling.htm I'm going over there in November so if i get any links i'll pass them on to you. Hope that helps! :-)