Storytelling Discussion Groups
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Building on the success of the city’s Plymouth International Book Festival, the new and improved Plymouth Festival of Words will take place between 3-7 May 2017 celebrating literature and ‘words’ through a diverse range of art forms including theatre, film and more. 

The Society for Storyteller’s Annual Gathering will include small discussion groups on the topics: the role of the Society of Storytelling, using the media to promote storytelling, contemporary storytelling and performance, and storytelling clubs and the landscape in storytelling.

Dates/times: Saturday 6 May (17:00-18:00), Sunday 7 May (09:45-10:45) and Sunday 7 May (11:30-12:30)
Venue: Plymouth University
Ticket information: Free admission




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Society for Storytelling

The Society for Storytelling was founded in 1993 to support and promote storytelling in England and Wales. They provide a central place to find out about storytelling events, to ask for advice on using storytelling, about workshops and guide aspiring storytellers through the practice.

Their annual Gathering welcomes professional, emerging and aspiring storytellers from across the UK for a weekend of storytelling, workshops, performances and more. The 2017 Gathering is taking place in Plymouth as part of the Plymouth Festival of Words.

Find out more about the Society for Storytelling.

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