An Introduction to Storytelling
Saturday, March 28th
Spend a day learning the basic craft of the storyteller. We all tell stories and in this workshop you will get to play with tools, learning how to be present, how to listen, how to make a story map and a mood map, and how thresholds can help us trust that we will be able to remember the story.
Treat yourself to a playful day listening to different kinds of stories, and re-connecting with an oral tradition that stretches back to a time when we sat round a fire in the winter and shared our stories.
Elly Crichton Stuart learnt to tell stories from her Irish grandmother and at The School of Storytelling in 2003. She has taught storytelling to staff at Historic Royal Palaces, teachers in Taiwan for the British council, and adults and children in England and Scotland.
Booking is essential and workshop fee of £30 is required to secure your place. You can book you place here.
Tea and coffee will be provided on the day. You should make your own arrangements for lunch, either by brining a lunch or purchasing at the on site cafe.
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Falkland Centre For Stewardship
The Stables, Falkland Estate Falkland, Fife
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