WORKSHOPS


for folks who want to tell stories


We run Toe Dippers sessions for everyone, Conflabs for working storytellers, and all sorts of fun stuff when we have one of our genius ideas. Here’s what’s on now…

Toe Dippers Online: The Indiana Jones Notebook

We invite you to a morning of story-hunting.

You know how Indiana Jones always has a little notebook with him? Goes for the dustiest box, the most cobwebby crack in the rockface? Has gobsmacking adventures? Does his research? This session is about finding clues, trails, sources and intel, because Indy loves his research, and so do we.

Sat 22 April 10.30 – 12.00

1 hr 30 mins

for anyone who wants to tell stories

£10

We’ll take a tale that you may think you know inside out* and find that there’s more to it than meets the eye. And because we’ve got our fingers on the pulse, people, we’ve picked a story that tells a tale of putting on coats and stepping outside, eager to hug (or perhaps hop into the sack with) someone we haven’t seen in a long time…

Join us and together we’ll explore its sources, and then tell a unique shared version of a very old story to take us out into our world again.

*No, not Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom

No previous experience needed – come to relax, play, and stretch your creative muscles. Bring your self and your curiosity. We’ll provide the rest.

Questions? Get in touch!

About Our Workshops

People often tell us they’re itching to tell stories but they don’t know where to start. Start with us!

Toe Dippers sessions are aimed at everyone who fancies a go – no experience necessary, all experience welcome! Each session gives you the chance to play with this oldest and most fundamental human art – bring yourself, make connections (creative and human) and be surprised by what you take away after 90 minutes of exercising your imagination! 

We explore the world’s traditional tales, with toe dippees who come from all walks of life and use the sessions to stretch their creativity to whatever end they please. 

Dip your toes into the wonderful world of storytelling

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