Find a Storyteller

There are many storytellers across the country, but it can be difficult to find the ones who work in your area or work with the size and nature of your particular group.  The list below should help you.  It is not comprehensive and, as the directory is paid for by the tellers themselves, listing here does not mean the Society endorses any particular teller.

Whilst there is no national set rate for a storyteller, the National Association of Writers in Education recommends a minimum daily rate of £250 per day for authors in schools. Many experienced tellers will charge much more than this, and the rate of pay for storytelling in other sectors, such as healthcare or business, may be much higher.

  • Spinning stories, singing songs and designing workshops for all ages in and around London.
    Submitted by Emily Hanna-Grazebrook | Last updated on 22/09/2017
  • The Yarn Spinner - Fiona is a storyteller & puppeteer with a wide range of stories available to entertain...
    Submitted by Fiona Angwin | Last updated on 04/03/2017
  • An experienced storyteller, I delight in telling stories in libraries, museums, arts centres, businesses, schools,...
    Submitted by Fiona Eadie | Last updated on 02/02/2017
  • Fiona Gibbon lives in Devon
    Submitted by Fiona Gibbon | Last updated on 11/06/2017
  • Fionnaghal is a teller of Traditional Tales for both adults and children.
    Submitted by Fionnaghal | Last updated on 04/02/2017
  • Frances is a Storyteller from Somerset and happy to travel to tell stories
    Submitted by Frances Harrison | Last updated on 25/02/2017
  • Gary is a storyteller
    Submitted by Gary Cordingley | Last updated on 14/02/2017
  • A Storyteller for young people and adults with an Immersive PopUp Space.
    Submitted by Gav Cross | Last updated on 20/03/2017
  • Grace is a Patron Of the Society and a Longstanding much respected Storyteller and writer
    Submitted by Grace Hallworth | Last updated on 15/10/2017
  • Graham runs WILDLINES in North Yorkshire.
    Submitted by Graham Banwell | Last updated on 17/11/2017

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