Groups and Parties Storytelling
Groups and Parties
Ravens' Tales loves to visit children's groups such as out-of-school and holiday clubs, hospitals, Scout and Guide group sections at meeting halls or campsites, etc. Stories are tailored to the ages of the children, and can reflect your areas of interest,
The length and type of session can be negotiated around time required and distance to travel, based on my standard fees.
Any gatherings interested in myths and legends, and those looking for an unusual guest speaker, are also catered for. Format is usually an introduction followed by a series of linked tales, lasting for a pre-decided time, followed by questions or discussions if requested: talking about comparative mythology is always interesting! Content will often include more adult themes than presented to children, including the darker sides of characters, but will always be appropriate to the audience.
I will come to your party location , and organise games and fun activities themed around the historical period you have chosen. Anyone fancy a Viking Sea-battle without getting wet? What about "don't wake the Pirate", or "Dodge the Harpies" ? I will also tell one or more stories - usually in the slot following food.
Ideas for fancy-dress costumes for the guests can be provided to the party booker in advance, if required, along with menu suggestions for the period - for example, food for a Viking feast or Greek gathering which is easy to prepare & appealing to the guests.
Why Choose Ravens' Tales for your Group's Storytelling experience?
Looking for an after-dinner speaker with a difference?
What about something new for a Senior Citizens' club or local community group?
Why not consider a visit to your local Children's after-school club, Church Youth Group, Beavers, Rainbows, Cubs, Brownies, Scouts or Guides?
I can work to your themes - having an "animal" event? What about sea-stories, magic, fairies, ghosts, exploration, stories from other lands .... all in the historical period you find most interesting!
"The elements will never look the same!" - Pat Joughin, The Wednesday Club".
Groups Storytelling - here at Tatton Park's Viking Sunday.