Story Fridays are very excited to be performing at St John’s Hospital tomorrow for Bath Carers. Clare Reddaway, Elaine Miles and Julie Green will be reading stories about books for the Carers’ World Book Night event. We’re really looking forward to it!
Wonderful writer Jonathon Pinnock, who you heard at Story Fridays Feral and Sparks, has set up a new magazine! If you write comic poetry get over there and send him your stuff! (I fear if I gave it a go the results would be neither comic nor poetic, but hats off to those of you who are able!). Click here for the website and good luck!
We had another brilliant sold out night on Friday 1st at Story Friday Fools. We listened to some wonderful stories. ‘Another brilliant set of stories’ said one audience member, ‘some full of dialogue, some quirky, some spell-binding, all highly entertaining.’ Now you too can listen to the stories and see some photos of the evening here. Thank you to all the writers, to the wonderfully tuneful Francesca K and to our loyal and glorious audience! See you on June 17th for Story Friday Solstice.
We’ve got fantastic writers and stories for Story Friday Fools! We’ve got medieval fools and love fools and gooseberry fools, and loads of fools in between! We have stories from Julie Green, Stephanie Weston, John Holland, John Barter, Julie Hayman, Lindsay Stanberry-Flynn, Clare Reddaway and Adrian Paul. We have live music from Francesca K. We can’t wait until Friday – come along and join us at Burdall’s Yard, 7A Anglo Terrace, Bath BA1 5NH. Doors open at 7.30, stories start at 8.00!
We had a lovely workshop at the Library on Saturday – many thanks to all the creative folk that came along! Some great pieces of writing were started, and the stories were flowing! Next workshop is on Saturday May 7th. Booking now open! Click here for more info and to book.
It was a sizzling Story Friday despite the chill of a January night! We had moving and funny and hold-your-breath-compelling stories about Reds in frozen rivers and men who liked to make matchstick replicas of HMS Dreadnought and a woman who injected gold (It’s a valid treatment. Really. And on the NHS..) And motorway service stations, of course. Mark Rutterford put us all to shame in the costume department by sporting some (highly relevant to his story) wellies. The Bristol A Cappella Choir overcame carbon monoxide poisoning en route to bring us some glorious golden oldies – I was humming ‘Goodnight’ for days! We were sold out and had to turn people away – so sorry to those who couldn’t get in, do try again next time, for Story Friday Fools on 1st April! Thanks folks!
Fabulous line up of writers for next week’s Story Friday Gold – Mark Rutterford, Tricia Wastvedt, June Wentland, John Barter, Clare Reddaway and Philip Douch. You’ll have stories of ice, of love and death, of unusual medical cures and astrological portents, stories set in 17th century Saxony, in the forests of Eastern Europe and stories that take place just round the corner. Oh, and we’re joined by the wonderful Bristol A Capella Choir too! Come along and hear some brilliant tales – Friday 15th January, Burdall’s Yard, 7A Anglo Terrace, Bath BA1 5NH. Doors open 7.30, stories start at 8.00. Tickets £4.00 on the door. See you there!
We had a fantastic night on Friday – sold out to a wonderfully supportive and warm audience who loved the stories. If you couldn’t be there, the recordings are here. And put Story Friday Gold in your diaries! 15th January. Open for submissions now. Get those stories flowing!
We’ve got a splendid line up of writers for Cabaret Story Friday this Friday, 13th November. We’re very pleased to introduce two wonderful winners of the B&NES-wide competition: Ruth Eversley and Hannah Persaud. We’ve got Story Friday regulars Stephanie Weston, Julie Green and Adrian Paul, and we’ve got a newcomer to Story Fridays with Lucy Langdon. There’s a really interesting selection of stories, ranging from 1930s Germany to a glacier in Chamonix, via some solidly English libraries, village halls and nightclubs! Come along and be wonderfully entertained! Doors open at 7.00, stories start at 7.30 this Friday, 13th November, at Burdall’s Yard. Stories are followed by a screening of Cabaret, all for the bargain price of £4.00, tickets on the door!
Recordings from Story Fridays Harvest are now up and available to listen to on the website. Click here to listen again!