TEA and TALES - STORY TELLING WITH AFTERNOON TEA
Sunday 21st May 2017, 2 - 4 p.m. at Darley Abbey Methodist Church Hall.
Join us for a companionable afternoon of old fashioned storytelling and cream teas. After your meal, traditional storyteller Sophie Snell will share folk stories and songs from around the British Isles. This event is in aid of the Darley Abbey Scouts' Hall fund. Tickets £9 from Sue Tyrer, Tel 01332 553741 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about Sophie see www.sophiesnell.co.uk.
Sophie Snell is a professional storyteller who entertains all ages at festivals, museums, historic houses and arts and community spaces across the UK. A warm, engaging and lively performer, she is known for her comic and intriguing tales drawn from folk and fairy tales from around the world. In 2013, she was nominated for the British Awards for Storytelling Excellence under the category "Outstanding Female Storyteller". Some recent quotes from audience members include:
"Captivating... hoots of laugher echoed around this Tudor building – can't wait to have her back."
"We will dine out on those pauses when she had every one of us in the palm of her hand and you could have heard a pin drop."
"Great fun and hugely enjoyable – we didn't want it to end!"