Storytelling for Adults

A connection with wonder. Performances, training, academic work and consultancy.

(c)Nicolas Laborie Visuals

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Vanessa from London Dreamtime created an excellent experience for us, telling a secret story in a themed private event. Her approach to choosing the right story for the theme was very diligent and resourceful. Great communication on the concepting stage with a dash of surprise. (G Soikok)

I’ve heard nothing but good things about the stories … For me the first one had the most shock factor! I did not see the end coming! A really good mix of tales – well-balanced and well-executed” C. Grosvenor-Hargreaves, Lloyds Banking Group (Halloween Office Party)

Just wanted to thank you for everything over the last couple of days – you’ve been amazing! (Late night tales for adults over three nights at Dodds Gin Soho Pop-Up Shop)

We are leaders in our field. We can transport you with storytelling, advise on narrative, folklore and legend. We can help you to find and tell the stories you need.

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Below: Gallery late, Royal Academy.

Below: Academic conference, Society of Antiquities.

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Once a month we gather our wild listeners, find a new locations and connect with wonder. Previous London Dreamtime events have been awarded ‘Critic’s Choice’ in Time Out London and named as one of the ‘Ten Hottest Tickets in Town’ in the London Evening Standard.

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An exciting evening that is a much-needed resurgence of the oral tradition.Sabotage Reviews

“I cannot think of a better way of starting the weekend.Sadie Takes the Stage review

A fantastic night … London Dreamtime has a lots of other events over the summer and I do urge you to go to at least one if you can.Badwitch review

“Storytelling which doesn’t care if you are sitting comfortably.” LeCool

Enchanted Woolwich with Saira Niazi from Living London.
Above: Lost London.  Shot live on the evicted Heygate Estate in Elephant & Castle (now demolished) and in London’s eerie Grant Museum of Zoology

You’re a fantastic storyteller, and the way the story came across was both vivid and captivating. I’ve loved Wapping for quite sometime, but Sunday enhanced my appreciation greatly
—Carl,  audience ‘The Golem of Wapping’

(c) Nic Laborie
Baba Yaga by Candlelight at Asylum Chapel (c) Cath Dupuy


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