Revel in the ‘Art of Storytelling’ with Sarah Rundle

Share this News:

In its endeavour to promote the ancient, yet revived art of storytelling in India, The British Council is organizing The Art of Storytelling India tour starting November 06, 2016. The programme aims to showcase UK’s ingenuity and creativity in the area of storytelling to young learners and cultural enthusiasts. The tour commences in Pune with one of the finest performers, Sarah Rundle who is a professional storyteller and actor based in west London. In this workshop, we will share the magic of creating and telling stories using our imagination, voice and body. Along the way, get tips, challenges and guidelines to help you create your own storytelling activities.

Date: Wednesday, Nov 9, 2016
Time: 02:00 PM– 05:30 PM
Venue: 917/1, Fergusson College Road, 
Shivaji Nagar,
Pune, Maharashtra 411004
Registration Fee: Per participant  Rs.2500/- for members and Rs.3000/- for non-members
Registration is on a first-come first-served basis
Please send your enquiry/registrations to  [email protected] or please use 0120-4569000 / 0120-6684353, Mon-Sat 9am to 6pm, email – [email protected])
About Sarah Rundle: Sarah is trained in community storytelling in South Cheshire, and in acting at Drama Studio London. Over the last ten years she has performed at a diverse range of venues, from museums and theatres, to pubs, cafés, and a Saxon longhouse. Sarah’s storytelling for adults has been likened to stand-up comedy with a plot. She likes to weave complex tales, stories within stories, and have unexpected twists. Her repertoire includes folk tales from Britain and Ireland, stories from the Middle East and the Silk Road, along with yarns from Finland and above the Arctic Circle. Her shows for adults and 11+ teenagers include, Eat Me: Tales of Food and Cunning, Lands of Mystery and Desire, Medievalia, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.