Wednesday, January 14, 2015

FIRST HEADS AND TALES OF THE NEW YEAR WITH THE NEW LOOK

The first half as normal - regular tellers plus anyone else who comes along with a story. BUT we now have a whole year's worth of THEMES, which you can see below:


And the SECOND HALF will be filled by ONE STORY. The headline performer may be one of our regular tellers, or a specially invited guest. Wait and see!

But you don't have to wait long to hear Laura Slater tell  
THE LEGEND OF LADY WHITE SNAKE
One of the Four Great Chinese Folktales

This, too, fits with our Married to a Monster theme...

Jill Barr hosts and tells

Mike Rogers and Maddie Grantham will
also be providing accounts of spectacular and horrific m├ęsalliances - and maybe you, too, - yes, you, reading this at this very moment, will feel moved to join in this very ancient form of human interaction and TELL US A STORY!!!

Let us know as soon as you arrive - and if you want to tell one, you'd better get it sorted, because it's this very evening!

1 comment:

  1. Listening to Lady Whitesnake I really enjoyed the different oriental perspective on love, the martial techniques of crane and snake which have been adopted by schools of martial arts, the shape shifting and scooting around on cloud chariots. Laura's delivery of the narrative was measured and had great clarity. A fine headline story.

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