A PINCH of SALT Storytelling

Traditional stories told, to both adults & children, with an engaging dynamism, that evokes strange & familiar landscapes, and brings to life a motley host of characters.

 

 

Madeleine 

A storyteller who relishes:



  • The earthy humour of the Norse Tales

  • The vivid images of Greek myth

  • The farcical twists of trickster tales

  • The delicious absurdity of the wise fool Hoja Nasrudin

  • The familiar humanity of the biblical prophets

Based in the Solent and New Forest region of Southern England.

 
Events & Workshops

Heads & Tales Story Cafe| Third Thursdays, Ringwood

 

Storytelling for 'grown ups', in a relaxed and social setting. A chance for beginners and old hands to perform; with feature acts from near and far, and material old and new. 

7.30-10pm. Entrance £5 on the door. The Elm Tree,  Ringwood. BH24 3DY

Facebook: Heads and Tales Story Club 

Storytelling WorkshopsOccasional Saturdays 

 

Heads & Tales have begun hosting story workshops at Christchurch library: This workshop gives you opportunity to experience being a storyteller. During the day there will be a series of exercises that include: How to choose your stories and source material, techniques for learning and remembering stories, owning a story and telling a story. Check website blog or  Heads & Tales Cafe Facebook page or Eventbrite for details of upcoming workshops.

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New Forest Storytellers photo shoot.

Gill Redmond (of Jigfoot), Madeleine Grantham, Pete Gritton, Graham Rogers.

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