A storyteller can be highly skilled in many areas but lacking in others. We all have missing bits: identifying and working on them is an essential part of the storyteller's art.
It may be that your story needs attention to areas of the craft: structure, dynamic, range of voice, character, registers, or silence to name a few; some tellers need to work on their connection to the story itself, others their listeners. Deeper still are things that have to do with presence and vulnerability.
This workshop will help you to explore who you are as a storyteller and some places you've never been. It will feature some powerful slices of individual coaching in a warm atmosphere, challenging, and supportive.
You can learn more about course tutor Ashley and his work on his website.
As a part of the course, previous public storytelling skills or Begin It Now! are required.
Places on this course are limited to 12 participants so book early to avoid disappointment.
You are advised to book your accommodation at the time of booking your course, as there is limited availability and it is offered on a first come, first serve basis.
Please note: The cost of accommodation and meals are NOT included in our workshop fee.
It may be possible to book accommodation or to camp at Emerson College during your course. You can also book meals. You are advised to book your accommodation at the time of booking your course, as there is limited availability and it is offered on a first come, first serve basis. Please book with Emerson directly using their online booking system: http://www.emerson.org.uk/calendar . Click the heading BOOK NOW, scroll down to find your course and you will find the availability, options, and prices for the weekend. You can also call Emerson for a list of local accommodation +44 (0) 1342 822 238.
If you prefer accommodation in the village of Forest Row, (20-25 minute walk), please email firstname.lastname@example.org for a list of available accommodation.