Dr.

Nicola

Grove

 

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Stories start with you and me ...

"We all have stories, don't we"

 

 

Brian Marshall

Trustee & Campaigner,

Openstorytellers

I work as a storyteller, trainer and researcher in disability education, health and social care and the arts, specializing in narrative and story, communication, oracy in the curriculum and disability issues. I believe passionately in the value of the lives of all individuals, linked to each other through our shared stories.

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Nicola Grove has been telling stories all over the world for twenty years and James Watts is a local musician. Here we draw on traditional Finnish melodies, weaving tunes and and textures in and out of the stories to hold you spellbound.

 

Entrancing... Spellbinding... Wonderfully atmospheric...

The story was exceptionally spare and unexpected...

 

Rye Bakery will be serving delicious pizzas from

4-7pm, using locally sourced ingredients; tea, coffee and cakes in the interval. Bring your own wine and beer, corkage £2. An unmissable event.

 

Thursday 11 July 19:00 - 21:30

 

Tickets £10 from Cheese & Grain Box Office

01373 455420 or http://fromefestival.co.uk 

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What moves in the forest?

What lurks in the river?

Ages 14+ Image: Red Fairy Book 1890

The Rye Bakery, Whittox Ln, Frome BA11 3BY

Frome Festival Performance

An evening of Scandi-Noir stories of mothers, daughters and sons.

Manual Sign Acquisition 978-1-53615-377-4 (edited-Pixlr) Frome Festival brochure 978-1-53615-377-4 (SAVE40)

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                              City of Women present

Kudren - an epic of love and power

3rd July Ashburton Arts Centre

All details here:                    23rd July University of Exeter

https://cityofwomen.wordpress.com/forthcoming_performances/