Next gigs… and new storytelling night

Hi all – hope you’re enjoying the wintery spell that’s settled over us: it’s reassuringly fitting at this time of year, but hopefully isn’t causing you trouble wherever you are. I’ll be helping evoke some sultry Indian heat on Sunday evening with The Serpent King’s Daughter – some tickets still available so do come if … More Next gigs… and new storytelling night

The Serpent King’s Daughter returns…

So, another year over, and the flicker and sparkle of festive gigs fades away… but the New Year starts with another gig straight away! The Serpent King’s Daughter will ride (slither?) again on 13th January. I performed this as part of the Guesthouse Storytellers ensemble at their monthly night in September, and we’re really pleased … More The Serpent King’s Daughter returns…

Roy Bailey RIP

Really sad news this week that Roy Bailey, folk singer and pioneering sociologist, died on Tuesday of heart failure aged 83. He’d been unwell for some time, but it’s still a horrible shock to know he’s gone. I was lucky enough to meet him a number of times through my friend Robb Johnson, and he … More Roy Bailey RIP

Indian-inspired evening at School of Storytelling

An exciting gig on the way! Back in September I was very lucky to be asked to join The Serpent King’s Daughter at Guesthouse Storytellers in Newhaven: this group performance retold A Digit of the Moon, a tale-and-collection-of-tales drawing on Hindu traditions and set down by F.W. Bain in 1898. We had such a great … More Indian-inspired evening at School of Storytelling