Settle Stories Blog

Can We Save the NHS One Story at a Time?

Storytelling as a form of therapy is increasingly being recognised by medical professionals. Settle Stories looks at the role of storytelling in well-being and how the healthcare professionals are using it.

We all have a little cinema in our head

Animator Virpi Kettu brings a wealth of high-profile experience to her animation workshops through Settle Stories Learning Programme. Superlatives could not do her CV justice.

The Storytellers Art – Q&A with our Apprentice Storytellers

In October 2015 Settle Stories conducted a survey asking storytellers about some of the challenges and issues that storytellers are currently facing.

Review: True Moon Tales

Friday 24/6/16, Settle Stories Spring / Summer Events - True Moon Tales Reviewed by Gill O'Donnell for the The Craven Herald and Pioneer

Belgian Storyteller Iwan Kushka

Belgian Storyteller Iwan Kushka is coming to Settle later this month. He'll be performing 'True Moon Tales' in Settle Stories first 'Story Concert' alongside two musicians and delivering a story workshop 'Poetic Body / Playful Mind'.

Iwan Kushka - The 'Sole Unquiet Thing'

Most of us have experienced the simple hypnotic pleasure of staring into a fireplace of glowing coals.

Do you have time NOT to be creative?

Creativity manifests itself in all of us in many different ways. It's something many of us say is important to our lives. 

Review: THE LITVINENKO PROJECT

SUNDAY 3/4/16, Settle Stories Festival - THE LITVINENKO PROJECT: THE FALCON MANOR Reviewed by Gill O'Donnell for The Craven Herald and Pioneer

Review: DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE

SUNDAY 3/4/16, Settle Stories Festival - DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE: VICTORIA HALL Reviewed by Gill O'Donnell for The Craven Herald and Pioneer

Review: TALES FROM THE DALES

FRIDAY 1/4/16, Settle Stories Festival - TALES FROM THE DALES: GAVAGAN ART GALLERY Reviewed by Gill O'Donnell for The Craven Herald and Pioneer

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