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Saturday 9 March, 10am – 12.30pm

£20

Discover Storytelling – getting started with storytelling with Peter Chand

Learn the basic techniques for sharing a story and bringing it to life in this lively, friendly and accessible workshop.  Peter Chand has shared his stories and training around the world. In this practical workshop, explore together the use of voice, movement and imagination in storytelling.  Whether you are a parent, teacher, librarian, or budding storyteller; this session is a great opportunity to dip your toe into this immersive and relevant communication artform.

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More about Peter Chand

Peter Chand is one of Europe’s finest storyteller’s who has told his fantastic tales all over Britain, and in Ireland, Norway, Holland, Belgium, Greece, Canada, Denmark, and India.  Of Punjabi heritage, Peter is constantly in demand for his tales of wit and wisdom, and has worked with audiences of all ages and backgrounds.  He also offers bi lingual storytelling sessions in English and Punjabi.

Peter has a huge repertoire of tales from the subcontinent, and has shared these stories at theatres, schools, colleges, arts centres, nature reserves, festivals, and cultural events all over Britain and further afield.

He also runs practical storytelling workshops for all age groups, and has been involved in many community based storytelling projects. A large part of his work involves passing on storytelling techniques to students, teachers, librarians, diverse community organisations, and budding storytellers.

Peter is also one of the organisers of the Festival at the Edge International Storytelling Festival, the longest running festival of its kind in England.

“He’s a bridge between two cultures and two generations.  With his cheeky smile, rich voice and wry humour, I was spellbound “ BBC Radio 4

 “No words to express how fantastic it was. All I can say is WOW!!! I couldn’t sleep … Was still thinking of those stories” AlchemyFestival Southbank Centre London

 “Peter transports the listener into his world with remarkable energy and great expression… I was spellbound”  BBC Radio Four