'Fantastic! Can't wait until the next show!' Cathy Williamson, Exmouth Festival
From ecobardic epics to fireside telling, whatever your requirements, Kirsty will provide an exciting storytelling experience for all ages.
Kirsty's work ranges from Bath Literature Festival commissions with Fire Springs, such as Tales from the Saxon Shores, Pilgrims of Love and Forgotten Lives, Inspiring Stories, through theatrical set piece epics such as Return to Arcadia and Robin of the Wildwood, and shows inspired by her research into British - and beyond - folk tales, such as Ghostly Tales of Gloucestershire, The Dancing Stones, The Green Girl and Greek Tales to family friendly shows at museums, attractions and historic houses such as Winter Tales, Back from the Brink and Raining Cats and Dogs.
Kirsty can work with you to design a bespoke show for your event, but also has a number of set piece shows available for hire. These can be found in the following pages: Shows: Folk Tales!, Shows: Families and Shows: Museum and Heritage Sites.
Kirsty telling The Deerhurst Dragon as part of Gloucester History Festival, at Blackfriars Priory September 9th 2016, as part of a Witchcraft and Wonder event alongside Inkubus Sukkubus. Video copyright Inkubus Sukkubus 2016.
Clients have included:
The National Trust, Bath Literature Festival, Bath Fringe Festival, Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust, Waterstones, Bath Folk Festival, Gloucester History Festival, Westonbirt Aboretum, Compton Verney, The Wilson, Cheltenham, Holburne Museum, Bath, National Waterways Museum, Gloucester, Museum in the Park, Stroud, Alfred Munnings Museum, Dedham, Suffolk Libraries, Bath and North East Somerset Libraries, Victoria Art Gallery, Bath, Heritage Services, Bath, Museum of the History of Science, Oxford, Hawkwood College, Stroud, Berkeley Castle, Acton Court, Lydiard Park, Swindon Libraries, Stroud Wassail, Holst Birthplace Museum, private groups such as the WI, GLHA, Probus, WEA and many more.