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Crash Course in Storytelling
Wednesday, March 7, 2012 from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM (GMT)
London, United Kingdom
Is it time to launch your storytelling career? Be a more engaging speaker? Bring your teaching to life?
This one day course guides you through the techniques and mechanics of effective storytelling. You will feel your confidence grow, bounce off the other participants and come out buzzing! The course is held at The Lyric Theatre, one of London’s best theatre spaces. Come and be inspired by the content, participants and environment of this course.
Here is what past participants have said about their experience....
"Gemma is quite obviously an expert in her field, and by the end of the day I felt that she’d empowered me to become both a more relaxed and a better storyteller. I came away enthused, excited, and giddy to tell my next story."
"Fabulous hands on course where storytelling is absorbed through every pore of your body!"
"Gemma led all participants, in a gentle and playful way, through the ins and outs of the art of storytelling. All activities were well thought out and moved us to a full story telling session. I have seldom been on any training where the group gelled so quickly and worked together throughout the day with such ease. Even if you do not aspire to be a great storyteller it is worthwhile going on this one day course just for the sheer pleasure of it."
"I thoroughly enjoyed the day. It was a wonderful opportunity to meet people and see us all develop and use new skills throughout the day, culminating in excellent performances and captivating stories from everyone. Gemma made everyone feel comfortable and relaxed, promoting a fun environment that made it very easy to grow into the role of a storyteller."
"This course is a must for anyone dipping their toe into the world of Storytelling. For those with a bit of experience, the ways in which the course supports your development as a Storyteller is invaluable."