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.

  • Tales of magic, tales of wonder yarns spun and webs of story wovenBritish tales and well spun yarns from across the...
    Submitted by Jim Munro | Last updated on 08/02/2017
  • Jo Is an Artist and Storyteller
    Submitted by Jo Wonder | Last updated on 31/07/2017
  • I am a storyteller from America
    Submitted by John Howe | Last updated on 30/08/2017
  • John is a veteran performer with an unmistakable style and everywhere he goes, whether at village and community days,...
    Submitted by John Row | Last updated on 31/08/2017
  • Storyteller, musician and a founder of Hare Moon Storytelling Camp
    Submitted by Jonathan Lambert | Last updated on 01/08/2017
  • Joseph is a Storyteller in London
    Submitted by Joseph Kingsley-Nyinah | Last updated on 08/02/2017
  • Storyteller with harp.
    Submitted by Josie Felce | Last updated on 27/07/2017
  • "Justine de Mierre is a Storyteller, a skill which she also uses as a Theatre Maker, Consultant and Singer...
    Submitted by Justine De Mierre | Last updated on 03/04/2017
  • Justine is a storyteller from London
    Submitted by Justine Henry | Last updated on 08/02/2017
  • ‘The storytellers that I like are the ones that orate traditional material from a personal position, giving old tales...
    Submitted by Kate Portal | Last updated on 01/04/2017

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