Storyteller Harlynne Geisler
www.swiftsite.com/storyteller
858-569-9399 storybag@juno.com

CALENDAR OF EVENTS WORLDWIDE


For a much more complete listing of storytelling events in the United Kingdom, go to
http://www.computing.surrey.ac.uk/personal/ext/csx1jw/talltales/stdiary.htm or http://www.mcs.surrey.ac.uk/Personal/csx1jw/talltales/stdiarynj.htm. Storytelling Diary Editor: Patrick Collinson, patrickcollinson@inlewes.com 01273 470742 Web Version: converted by Kevin Blackburn, sfs@fairbruk.demon.co.uk Details of other UK festivals and a storytelling diary are to be found at the Society for Storytelling's site at http://www.sfs.org.uk/ and at www.fairbruk.demon.co.uk.
A web-site at www.crickcrackclub.com should be ready now.
Scottish Storytelling Centre: 43-45 High St, Edinburgh EHI ISR, Scotland Tel: 0131 557 5724 http://www.storytellingcentre.org.uk/ or http://www.scottishstorytellingcentre.co.uk/

Society for Storytelling: PO Box 2344, Reading, RG6 7FG, UK. Ph 01734 351 381
The Verbal Arts Centre: London Street, Londonderry BT48 6RQ, UK

UNITED KINGDOM AND NORTHERN IRELAND

For Storytelling Radio and Ongoing Events click here.

SEE WEB SITE FOR DETAILS OF STORYTELLING EVENTS IN U.K.: www.stories.demon.co.uk/
For info on storytelling at Collins Barracks Museum, Kildare Street Museum, Turlough Park Museum, James Joyce Centre, and Teachers' Club in Dublin: http://homepage.tinet.ie/~scealtashamhna/welcome.html.

Scottish radio

On 4th June 2006 Scottish Storytelling Radio went on the Net. There are two linked stations. STORYTELLING IN SCOTLAND, currently with over 4 hours of storytelling from 10 Scots tellers, best listened to on broadband. This will be added to, but not themed or with sequences that change often. SCOTTISH STORYTELLING, non broadband, accessible through most modems. On Scottish Storytelling at present the 2 hours plus of stories are drawn from the tales on Storytelling in Scotland. But we will include other storytellers and projects soon, we'll change sequences and create themed 'shows. Give the stations a try, tell us how you get on and what you think of it. The stations are on Live 365 with thousands of other net stations. It is
dead cheap - hence the intrusive adverts. To get there, either try the following links
SCOTTISH STORYTELLING, BROADBAND
http://www.live365.com/stations/gallusteller?play&site=live365
STORYTELLING IN SCOTLAND, NON BROADBAND
http://www.live365.com/stations/gallus2tell?play&site=live365
Or go to
http://www.live365.com and browse for Scottish storytelling.

PLAYER PROBLEMS
If the players you have on your setup do not give you sound, go back to the index page, find / choose Free Downloads, then choose Free Software. To download the free player, scroll down, and under Other Live 365 Software select to download Player 365. Ewan McVicar ewanmcvicar@compuserve.com

Ireland Events:
Scéalta Shamhna (November Stories) Annual Storytelling Festival Events in Dublin and Co. Mayo every November http://homepage.eircom.net/~scealtashamhna

every September THE CAPE CLEAR ISLAND INTERNATIONAL STORYTELLING FESTIVAL For registration and information on accommodation either write, phone or email Festival Director Christine Sawyer, Cape Clear Island, Co. Cork. 00 353 (0) 28 39116, stories@indigo.ie http://indigo.ie/~stories/

every September Shetland Storytelling Festival
Contact: Louise Rosie
Address: Shetland Islands Tourism Market Cross Lerwick Shetland ZE1 0LU
Tel: 01595 693434
Fax: 01595 695807
E-mail: shetland.tourism@zetnet.co.uk
Web: www.shetland-tourism.co.uk


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