Clare Reddaway has been creating unique and inspiring story events with her company A Word In Your Ear since 2012.
A Word In Your Ear is a not-for-profit company founded to celebrate and champion new writing. The company aims to explore new and original ways of making stories available and accessible to the public, through performance, digital media and print.
Based in Bath, A Word In Your Ear works with local writers and organisations to create high-quality, compelling story events. This includes Story Fridays, a regular, popular live lit event in Bath, and Story Saturdays, at Clifton Library, in Bristol.
A Word In Your Ear has created a number of site specific story events such as Story Friday Goes Swimming, a promenade around a derelict Georgian lido, Foraged Fictions, set in and inspired by the landscape of Prior Park and the Bath Story Walk, a walk through the back streets and green spaces of Bath with fictions inspired by the stones beneath the walkers' feet.
A Word In Your Ear frequently collaborates with theatre company Kilter Theatre www.kiltertheatre.org.
Clare Reddaway is an award-winning short story writer and playwright. Her stories are published widely and have won or been listed for national competitions. Recent highlights include being long-listed (top 50) for the BBC National Short Story Awards, short-listed for the Bridport Prize and the publication of standalone short The Guts of a Mackerel by Fly on the Wall Press. Read more at www.clarereddaway.co.uk.