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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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August 2019

West Virginia, Sheperdstown SPEAK series Sept 17th 2019

August 21 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm UTC+0
Speak Series, Reynolds Hall, 109 North King Street
Shepherdstown, WV 25443 United States
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Delighted to be performing UniVerse at Speak in West Virgina...Details below   Season Seven join us from March to November 2019 as we present Ten Fantastic Storytellers ! Concerts begin at 7:30 in Reynolds Hall unless otherwise noted Clare Murphy September 17 Irish born Storyteller Clare Muireann Murphy has been telling stories since 2006 on stages all over the world.  She has performed at The Globe and the National Theatres in London, National Storytelling Festival USA and Boca du Ceu…

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September 2019

Bristol Uni Public Engagement; Science Researchers Training

September 4 @ 8:00 am - September 5 @ 5:00 pm UTC+0
Hepple Theatre, School of Geographical Sciences Bristol, United Kingdom + Google Map

Delighted to be returning to Bristol University for more storytelling training for scientists.  These researchers are part of the European Researchers Night (Sept 28th) celebration.  My two day workshop will help them tell the story of their research to a public (non science) audience.   Who knows who will walk through the doors?  Palentologists, archaeologists, architects, sleep specialists, conversation analysts?  It never fails to impress.

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Social Entrepreneurs Ireland; storytelling skills Sept 2019

September 9 @ 8:00 am - September 13 @ 5:00 pm UTC+0
Many places around Ireland Ireland + Google Map

Sept 9-13th training on finding your story and presentation skills. Social Entrepreneurs are the Future.  These humans see a problem and aim to offer a solution.  Whether it is ending plastic waste, confronting fast fashion, increasing access to sports for people with disabilities, these people are thinking long term. As an Alumni of SEI I am honoured to continue to work with them year in year out.  We work on presentation skills as well as honing what is your story…

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House Concert, Media, PA Sept 15 2019

September 15 @ 8:00 pm UTC+0
Rose Valley Storytelling Concert

Rose Valley Storytelling House Concerts Season 6 -- What's coming? Hold the date: -- SUNDAY, September 15 . . . . . .because. . . That's the only way we could make it work with our season opener. CLARE MUIREANN MURPHY Yeah, I didn't know who she was, either, until she knocked my socks off at the National Storytelling Festival a few years ago. We are flapping and hooting over our good fortune. She's got some other gigs in this…

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October 2019

The DRIVE Project/BLESMA Limbless Veterans Organisation Storytelling Training Oct 2019

October 5 @ 8:00 am - October 11 @ 5:00 pm UTC+0
London United Kingdom + Google Map

Honoured to be part of the Drive Project team.  Every year we work with BLESMA, training the limbless veterans to tell their stories as part of #makinggenerationR  This project's main aim is to teach schoolkids about resilience. Lovely article in the Guardian to explain the project.

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