From: JADowling_at_aol_dot_comDate: 27 August 2008 23:56:01 BDTSubject: THIW- Ewell Storytelling Circle for Adults- Autumn 2008Hi FolksHere is the programme for the autumn and attached is an A4 flyer.
If you are able to print off a few copies of the flyer and display them in locallibraries etc that would be an enormous help.
(We are also considering some events for National Storytelling Week in thefirst week of February to include a beginners storytelling workshop foradults.We will let you know how things pan out)THREE HEADS IN A WELL STORYTELLING CIRCLECome and explore the ancient oral art of storytelling for adults.Come as a teller or as a listener.Explore the world of stories from the Weird to the Wonderful,from the Everyday to the Enchanted, from Surrey to Surinam.AT: THE SANCTUARY, ST. MICHAELíS CHURCH, CHURCH STREET EWELL, SURREY, KT17 2ASON: THE 4TH FRIDAY OF EVERY MONTHSeptember 26th - with Hilary WatkinsOctober 24th - stories for the season!!November 28th- with Jon Cannon7.30pm to.30 PMEach evening will include a featured storyteller, and 10 minuteopen mike /floor spots for anyone with a story to tell.No reading aloud allowed!Contact Alex on 07958 576258 or Janet on 07834 194215PRICE: £5/£3 CONCESSIONS (Light refreshments provided)Good access for people with disabilities
From: simon hopper <simon_at_simonhopper_dot_co_dot_uk>Date: 29 August 2008 08:12:26 BDTSubject: The Ballad of the Suffolk Five on BBC Radio SuffolkDear All,You can see (and hear) a little of the outcome of Simon's visit to BBC Radio Suffolk on their website. (http://www.bbc.co.uk/suffolk/content/articles/2008/08/28/simon_hopper_suffolk_murders_song_feature.shtml)His interview and live session with Paul Franks at BBC Radio WM (Birmingham) (in which he was accompanied by Leigh) is now scheduled to be broadcast on Tuesday next week (Sep 2nd) between 6.00 - 7.00 p.m. (http://www.bbc.co.uk/birmingham/local_radio/index.shtml)You may be able to listen to both interviews on the BBC's 'listen again' facility.
The Radio Suffolk presenter is Steven Foster - the WM (Birmingham) presenter is Paul Franks... you'll need that info to find the interviews on the websites...
From: Chris Walshaw <c_dot_walshaw_at_gre_dot_ac_dot_uk>Date: 29 August 2008 07:29:30 BDTDear all,Just to let you know that I recently put a video of StepBack at Chequer MeadEast Grinstead (2002) up at YouTube. It was filmed by my parents andI edited together it as a montage of shots over the finale music.It's atEnjoy!!Chris