Who I work with

Storytellers of Nottingham

Storytelling @ The Malt Cross, Nottingham, in the cave

The monthly Storytellers of Nottingham meet the last Wednesday evening each month. Sometimes there is a particular theme.  Other meetings there are no boundaries and the collection of witty wordsmiths have licence to take your imaginations to whichever corner of the universe (real or mystical) they choose.

Everyone is welcome, tickets £4 on the door. And don’t forget to like “The Storytellers of Nottingham” to be kept up to date of future events. The venue is the Malt Cross, St James st, Nottingham.

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British Georgian Society

Delicious Georgian food

Delicious Georgian food

In its networking role, BGS focuses on Georgian culture, business development, diplomatic links, architectural heritage, humanitarian aid and human rights. An adviser from both the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and the Georgian Embassy are ex officio members of the board and the UK Ambassador in Georgia and the Georgian Ambassador here in the UK are our honorary presidents. Membership is open to all.

There are also lots of social events when you can enjoy the delights of Georgian food, wine and culture.

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Beeston Tales

A monthly storytelling night that meets once a month on the second Wednesday of the month It has recently moved venue to the Victory Club (opposite the old White Lion pub) in Beeston, Nottingham. It is a club dedicated to the vibrant and ancient art of storytelling. Hosted by Tim Ralphs and Mike Payton the club features themed nights, showcases up and coming local tellers, invites renowned guests from around the world, includes musical spots and much more.


Sharing Sherwood

What a brilliant idea, getting communities together to eat food that would have been wasted otherwise. Brilliant! This is a monthly supper club meeting in the Methodist Church, Sherwood, Nottingham. It meets the second Sunday of the month at 6pm. Proceeds from the evening support Food Banks across Nottingham. In the middle of the evening is entertainment such as folk singing or a local storyteller.


Helen Ansell

Artist Helen Ansell captures live the images conjured up by my stories. The attached picture of ‘The Wound & Scar’ was drawn by Helen at The Storytellers of Nottingham meeting, at the

Drawing of 'The Wound and the Scar' - Helen Ansell

Drawing of ‘The Wound and the Scar’ – Helen Ansell

Malt Cross, on 30 August 2017.

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Discover her brilliant paintings and sculptures.

Storytelling in the ‘spooky’ cave at the Malt Cross, Nottingham, 29 November 2017

The Golden Jug

‘The Golden Jug’, by Helen @ St Martin Church, Nottingham for Christian Aid

‘The Late Storyteller’, drawing by Helen @ The Malt Cross, Nottingham