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October 2018

The Remarkable Tale of Robert Desnos, Capstone Theatre, Liverpool Oct 13 2018

October 13, 2018 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm UTC+0
Capstone Theatre, Liverpool, The Capstone Theatre Liverpool Hope University Creative Campus 17 Shaw Street
Liverpool, L6 1HP United Kingdom
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Funny, surreal and moving.  A concentration camp may seem an unlikely backdrop for a wild night of fairytales, but when French poet and journalist Robert Desnos is captured by the Nazis, his response is to organise clandestine gatherings in the camp’s washroom. As the horror of the camps grows, so does the dark enchantment, surreal comedy andtransformative power of the inmates’ tales, until the only question that remains is how much power can the imagination really have when hope is…

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UC Santa Barbara October 21st 2018 with Diane Ferlatte and Willy Claflin

October 21, 2018 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm UTC+0

Ojai Storytelling Festival goes on the road!   Yarn-spinning Masters Ojai Storytelling Festival on Tour Buy Tickets Sun, Oct 21 3:00 PM Campbell Hall (seating chart) $15 : General Public $10 : Child (12 & under) Available on the Family Fun series “Storytellers who make a career out of their narrative skills, without pontificating, will keep audiences chuckling, weeping and pondering… Lessons learned tend to wind themselves into hearts.” Ventura County Reporter "Leading us through stories within stories within stories,…

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Ojai Storytelling Festival Oct 25- 28 2018

October 25, 2018 @ 8:00 am - October 28, 2018 @ 5:00 pm UTC+0
Ojai, CA, USA

18th Annual Ojai Storytelling Festival October 25-28, 2018 Libbey Bowl and Ojai Art Center More than a festival. It’s an experience… The 18th Annual Ojai Storytelling Festival will feature acclaimed storytellers:  Diane Ferlatte, Kevin Kling, Willy Claflin, Clare Murphy, Glenis Redmond (poet extraordinaire), Scott Ainslie (blues musician), the Chameleons (mimes), and Moth Winners from Los Angeles. This year's festival will be overflowing with entertainment: music, poetry, mime, scary stories, and humor. With Halloween just around the corner, it's the perfect place…

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November 2018

Day of the Dead BRISTOL Cube Microplex by The Crick Crack Club NOV 2

November 2, 2018 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm UTC+0

  The legendary Crick Crack Club brings its wild haven of fairytale, myth and epic to the Cube. Here the finest performance storytellers create a bold cinema of the imagination for thinkers, dreamers and seekers. THE DAY OF THE DEAD Performance storytelling by CLARE MURPHY, TUUP & TIM RALPHS In this exuberant night of ritual and story and under the watchful eye of a bunch of gambling skeletons - dead ancestors are honoured; the souls of the dead are tempted…

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March 2019

The Body in the Space; weekend workshop for storytellers, Stockholm March 30, 31 2019

March 30 @ 8:00 am - March 31 @ 5:00 pm UTC+0

FABULA STORYTELLING presents: THE BODY IN THE SPACE Inhabiting and Embodying in storytelling. How do we storytellers move between the worlds inside a story and also outside on the stage?  Where do we end and the characters begin?  Over the two days we will explore preparation, presence and flexibility in regards to inhabiting the space of the story and embodying the characters of the story.  We will also touch on relationship to audience, preparation for being on stage, and movement.…

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April 2019

UniVerse performed at Fabula Storytelling, Stockholm, April 2019

April 2 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm UTC+0

Details for event are on Fabula's website UniVerse A mathematician finds a gift from a god Blacksmiths beat out the music of the spheres And why are there turtles everywhere? Where does myth meet science? Is it only in the middle of the night when we half wake and half sleep? In this eternal place of wonder and insight, time stretches and a fissure opens that builds a dream bridge between many worlds... Performance storyteller Clare Murphy dances into this…

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Dublin City University; storytelling for trainee teachers April 4 2019

April 4 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm UTC+0
DCU, St Patrick's Campus
Dublin, Ireland
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Third year in a row to be working with the amazing School of Arts and Movement at DCU.  I get to meet the next cadre of new teachers at the beginning of their careers.  Love this place, love what they are doing. Storytelling sessions are open for kids and families to attend.  Check DCU Anam/School of Arts and Movement for more info.

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Marie Curie Alumni Association : Storytelling Skills for Scientists, April 13th, London 2019

April 13 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm UTC+0

Scientists often struggle to communicate the findings of research. Our subject matter can be technical and not easily digested by a general audience. However, only with a story, findings can be communicated. Stories are the most powerful way to communicate information. Our audiences need stories to help them remember. So, we must tell the right stories about our findings. Only then, they can become part of the received knowledge that drives the possibility of scientific progress. Event: MCAA UK Chapter…

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UniVerse at Unruly Tongues, Parbold UK April 24th 2019

April 24 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm UTC+0
Parbold Women’s Institute Hall, 2 Station Rd
Parbold, , WN8 7HA United Kingdom
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Playing UniVerse at Unruly Tongues, Parbold, UK A mathematician finds a gift from a god. Blacksmiths beat out the music of the spheres. And why are there turtles everywhere? Where does myth meet science? Is it only in the middle of the night when we half wake and half sleep? In this timeless place of wonder and insight, time stretches and a fissure opens that builds a dream bridge between many worlds… Performance storyteller Clare Murphy dances into this liminal…

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WOMEN WHO GAVE NO F**KS, The Albany, Canada Water Theatre, London April 30th 2019

April 30 @ 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm UTC+0

Story Jam is back at Canada Water with the one and only Myth Off. Storytelling for the 21st Century. Glittering prizes! A human clap-o-meter! A mad night of mythic mayhem! International and London performers unleash their sharp and honeyed tongues to bring you inspiration, celebration and a great night out.   They’ve scoured the world for the gobbiest goddesses, most muscular madams, and life-giving ladies. This is our labour of love.   Which legendary kickass woman will you choose as…

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