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Passing down folktales

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Telling stories in Crouch End We’ve been having a few warm, balmy nights  lately.  Coupled with the sun setting way into the evening hours, we had the perfect recipe for storytelling for grown-ups outdoors. Adventure & fitness community FlyCrew invited me to be part of their summer launch by telling a few Caribbean folktales.  We set up outside […]

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Guyanese folklore stories in Crouch End

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Wendy Shearer storytelling for Crouch End Festival - Guyanese folklore

Storytelling at the Crouch End Festival The Crouch End Arts Festival began on Friday and I couldn’t wait to get stuck in to as many events as I could over the weekend. My Caribbean storytelling session took place on Saturday at Moors Bar.  I told a couple of Caribbean folk tales which I’d adapted to […]

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Half term storytelling

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I’m so excited to be doing half term storytelling in my local area.  I’ve teamed up with Art House, Crouch End and Pickled Pepper Books to offer some energetic, fun packed storytelling for children aged 4-11 years. This is the first time that I’ll be performing and running sessions in public venues.  Usually I am in […]