Surrey Storytellers is a group that promotes the art of storytelling for Adults, Young People and Children throughout the County of Surrey, in England.
Storytelling is one of the oldest forms of entertainment in the world and is also the way societies hand down their histories and values from one generation to the next. It is currently enjoying a revival thanks to a renewed interest in the folk arts which also include music, song and dance. There are lots of storytelling circles and events run across the UK, at which everyone is welcome – either to listen or tell a story of their own.
We are delighted that we are able to offer Storytelling during this difficult time of covid-19 and social distancing , through the magic of the internet and Zoom.
Our format remains very simliar with many of our regular tellers and listeners still able to perform and chat to each other but this time from their own homes, and you are very welcome to join in too.
Our next evening will be 24th July at 19.30, with some stories from the floor, followed by Stephe Harrop with
Henry V: The King’s Knickers (or Made in England)
Stephe Harrop is a contemporary storyteller, spitting out new words and re-spinning old tales to try and make sense of a crazy world.
Invites will be sent out to all on our mailing list, but if you are not on it, please email us to be included.