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Talking Tales
Stories, read by writers
Category: Spoken Word
Location: Bristol
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January 11, 2016 11:55 AM PST

We bring you the live recording of the fifth Talking Tales storytelling event, brought to you by Stokes Croft Writers (www.stokescroftwriters.com).

This episode was compered by Tom Parker, and featured the following stories:
1. 'The Holiday Shift' by Tim Popple.
2. 'My Chirstmas List' by Ellen Waddell.
3. 'The Best Christmas Party Ever' by Angela Brooks.
4. 'Sunlight on Snow' by Pete Sutton.
5. 'Bloody Xmas' by Steph Minns.
6. 'The Bauble' by Joanne Hall.
7. 'Snow' by Mark Rutterford.

This recording also features live music by Tremolo Ghosts (https://tremologhosts.bandcamp.com/)

November 04, 2015 01:59 PM PST

We bring you the live recording of the fourth Talking Tales storytelling event, brought to you by Stokes Croft Writers (www.stokescroftwriters.com) and presenting The Speakeasy as part of the Bristol Festival of Literature (http://unputdownable.org).

This episode was compered by Christie Cluett, and featured the following stories:
1. 'Eloquent Bear’s Locked Door Mystery' by Andy Melhuish.
2. 'Sketches of Jealousy' by Joe Smith.
3. 'Still & Always' by Mark Rutterford.
4. '52nd Birthday in Bed' by Christie Cluett.
5. 'Possession' by Kevlin Henney.
6. 'Cold Concern' by Anita MacCallum.
7. 'Death of a Superhero' by Christopher Fielden.

This recording also features an interview with local author Tracy Alexander (http://tracyalexander.co.uk/) and live music from Long for the Coast (https://www.facebook.com/longforthecoast).

August 24, 2015 05:19 AM PDT

We bring you the live recording of the third Talking Tales storytelling event, brought to you by Stokes Croft Writers (www.stokescroftwriters.com).

This episode was compered by Mel Ciavucco, and featured the following stories:
1. 'Wonder Woman’s Birthday Party' by Mel Ciavucco.
2. 'The Story of Jake and Levin' extract by Nick Edwards.
3. 'From the Far Side of Twilight' by Simon Waltho.
4. 'The Machine Man' by Kath Embling.
5. 'Jago Comes to Dinner' by A A Abbott.
6. 'The Legend of Jack Downey' by Angela Brooks.
7. 'Self Expression' by Mark Rutterford.
8. 'A Fiction Affliction' by Tim Popple.
9. 'Night Reception' by Andy Melhuish.

July 01, 2015 01:14 PM PDT

We bring you the live recording of the second Talking Tales storytelling event, brought to you by Stokes Croft Writers (www.stokescroftwriters.com).

This episode was compered by Christie Cluett and Andy Melhuish, and featured the following stories:
1. 'Coulrophobia' by Steph Minns;
2. 'Year of the Pig' by Angela Brooks;
3. 'Reasons Not to Love Me' by Mark Rutterford;
4. 'Museum' by Joe Smith;
5. 'Tu Es Petrus' by Tim Popple;
6. 'Star Signs' by Kevlin Henney;
7. 'Foraging for Bacon' by Thomas David Parker;
8. 'Film Review: Zombies on a Boat' by Mel Ciavucco.

(We regret that, due to microphone issues, 'One Green Bottle' by Leah Eades is not available.)

April 26, 2015 07:27 AM PDT

We bring you the live recording of the inaugural Talking Tales storytelling event, brought to you by Stokes Croft Writers (www.stokescroftwriters.com).

Presented by Christie Cluett, this event featured the following stories:
1. 'How to Live in a Lift' by Christie Cluett
2. 'On Taking Measures to Eliminate Fair Play' by Kevlin Henney
3. 'Golf Clubs' by Lindsay Turner
4. 'The Witch's House' by Pete Sutton
5. 'Pretending' by Ellen Waddell
6. 'Bristol Monopoly' by A A Abbott
7. 'Zombies on a Boat' by Mel Ciavucco (performed together with Chris Fielden)

(We regret that, due to technical issues, the recording of 'Mayfly' by Mark Rutterford and 'A Dark and Stormy Night' by Angela Brooks are unfortunately not available).

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