A weekend for beginners exploring your first steps into the world of storytelling with Storyteller Marcus Pibworth
Do you want to tell stories but don’t know where to begin?
“Where did you learn to do that?” “I could never remember a story that long!” “Where do you find your stories?” These are the most common things I hear at the end of one of my stories.
If any of those chime with you, then this is the course for you!
Over the weekend we will take a gentle stroll into the basics of storytelling. By the end of the weekend you will have learned a traditional folktale, you will know where to find stories and how to craft them, and you will have gained confidence telling your story to the other workshop participants.
Together we will take the first step on the long, exciting path of storytelling. So whether you are looking to tell stories for fun, to engage people better at work or wanting to follow the road of storytelling wherever it may lead, I’d love to welcome you into this workshop.
The weekend will take place in the beautiful setting of Home Farm (MK46 4HN) in North Buckinghamshire, surrounded by inspiring nature. We will be in the safari tent, sharing stories around the wood burner, or perhaps around the fire pit outside if the weather so permits!
There will be tea, coffee and snacks provided. Please bring a packed lunch with you.
6-7th November 2021
Saturday 9am – 4pm and Sunday 9am – 3pm
Price according to your situation:
£120 – low income
£135 – Standard price
£150 – I’m feeling abundant and can spare a bit extra to help subsidise a low income place
To book your place email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07736154945
Spaces are limited to 8 people book early to avoid disappointment
Marcus Pibworth is a storyteller well versed in the craft of telling stories. He is an alumni of the International School of Storytelling, has spent many years collecting and sharing stories and along his storytelling journey has received mentorship from numerous renown storytellers. He has told stories in schools and community groups, houses and halls, in gardens and forests and around many, many a bonfire.