Welcome to A Word In Your Ear. A Word In Your Ear is all about stories. We don’t think that people spend enough time telling stories these days. We plan to remedy that!
If you’d like to listen to live stories, freshly written, wonderfully performed – we run Story Fridays in our local town, Bath, here in Somerset. Every couple of months we gather a group of writers and invite people to listen to what inspires them about a theme.
For our next event we are doing something different. We’ve taken our writers to the closed Cleveland Pools on the banks of the river, the only existing Georgian lido in the country. It an atmospheric and enchanted site. We invited them to write stories inspired by the Pools, and you can come and hear those stories on Saturday 16th May, 6.00-9.00pm and Sunday 17th May, 3.00-5.00pm. TICKETS ARE NOW ON SALE FOR OUR MAY EVENT, STORY FRIDAYS GOES SWIMMING. To buy a ticket, click here. For more information about the event, click here.
Don’t worry – we’ll be back in Burdall’s Yard in the autumn! Maybe you’d like to submit a story? Or come along and hear how our writers have been inspired? Either way, we’d love to hear from you.
In the meantime, if you’d like to listen to our wonderful comedy play THE FOURTH DOG it is now available to download free for your pleasure! Click here to find out more.
Get in touch if you’d like to be involved.
Thank you for visiting, come again soon.
A Word In Your Ear is proud to be funded by Bath and North East Somerset Council.
We’d like to thank The Cleveland Pools Trust for their support in putting on Story Fridays Goes Swimming.
We’d like to thank Bath and North-East Somerset Libraries service for their continuing support of Story Fridays, and in particular reader-development officer June Wentland. If you are in Bath, you can often see information about upcoming Story Fridays in the glass Library display case at the top of the Waitrose elevators.
Here’s some Noir-ish photos from Story Friday:
Here’s a flavour of Mars, Story Friday in March:
These images were taken by photographer Ben Langdon. Visit his website here.