Festivals name: “Folktales & Myths on the back of the Centaur” Mt. Pelion Storytelling Festival
Place: Agios Georgios Nilias, Mt. Pelion- Thessaly Region, Greece, 700 m. above the sea level, 21 klm drive from the capital Volos City
Festival´s name: “Athens… a city of tales”
Place: Athens, Attica Region, Greece
It is Story celebration time in India December 2018. The country will be hosting two International Storytelling festivals back to back in the cities of Bhuvaneshwar and Hyderabad respectively. I, Deepa Kiran, a storyteller and curator for both the festivals, am delighted to share more about them and invite members of The Spanish Professional Storytelling Association to join us and enjoy the celebrations.
Chennai Storytelling Festival 2019,
"Both Real and Virtual"
Featuring Collaborative Workshops
and Participation via Videoconference
Festival´s name: STORIE IN TASCA
Place: Lombardia Region, Italy, in the town of BESOZZO (VARESE) on Lake Maggiore
Festival´s name: Festival at the Edge
Place: Shropshire, England
Trajectory (including its origin and evolution): Storytelling & Music festival, offering performances, workshops, on-site camping, plus a variety of caterers and traders over the third weekend in July. The oldest storytelling festival in England.
Target Audience: Families and adults with an interest in story and its application.
Coordination and Direction- A team of eight volunteers from the Organising Team
Web page: www.festivalattheedge.org
Duration: Festival starts Friday 19.00 ends Sunday 17.00. Next year is 28th year.
Spaces: around 1400 visitors.
Nationalities involved: Artists from all over Britain and usually at least 2/3 from Europe and further afield every year.
Sponsors: Very little. Maybe 5 percent of festival cost.
We are a not for profit organisation. The cost for the majority of the festival is covered by ticket sales, plus commission from traders etc.
This text belongs to the 67st Bulletin: A trip of stories