For Adults

here I've been telling stories from 2013 when it was love at first listen. I trained with Nell Phoenix and have done workshops with Ben Haggarty of the Crick Crack Club. I tell stories from everywhere but I have a particular passion for ones about bold women, wide open spaces and mice who bring balance to the world.

Trading CFDs and/or go to site involves significant risk of capital loss. You can find me MC ing and telling at Story Jam, the night I co-run. See  more here

go I've told stories at the Wellcome Collection, Newbury Corn Exchange, Art in Action Festival, the Fireside Festival, Kew Gardens and at storytelling nights across the UK. My repertoire includes stories of 10, 15, 20, 30 and 40 minutes.

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For Young People and Schools

gute dating portale kostenlos I tell stories in primary and secondary schools across London. You can  find me telling Greek and Roman myths for the The Latin Programme and I've told stories from all over the world for the National Literacy Trust and Half Moon Theatre.

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click 'the storyteller was amazing and very adept at engaging the children' - teacher, St. Monica's School, Hoxton.

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 'Lucy truly captivated the imagination of our year 7 pupils.  Her dynamic storytelling style kept pupils engaged throughout. Lucy is welcome here anytime.' - Laura Davenport, Aylward Academy