After Mat, Cath and Paul resolved to establish Lichfield Storytellers after a couple of hours chatting in two pubs one chilly Saturday in March 2015 (looking for the right venue, having a couple of drinks and eating pork pies), we reckon that we’ve come a long way.
We have established a unique club in Lichfield and an enviable reputation with national and international storytellers, with local community organisations and with our ever-changing audience. Maria and Christine have been super additions to our friendly team.
We have a great venue - The King’s Head - which hosts lots of artistic events in Lichfield with all manner of live music and other clubs in addition to our own.
BUT TIMES HAVE CHANGED
We started bringing brilliant storytelling ONLINE in October 2020 - so take a look at who's coming to play with us and how to book your sofa - in the front row - below.
Upcoming CLUB NIGHTS
- Mon, 12 AprONLINE via ZOOM
- Mon, 10 MayONLINE via ZOOM10 May, 19:30 – 21:30 BSTONLINE via ZOOMIan Douglas’s Folk Tales from the Canal Side (murder and mystery, heroes and love, devils and oatcakes) PLUS Cath Edwards’ Warwickshire Folk Tales (legends, heroes and the ordinary folk who called these rolling hills and green woods their home) WE'RE RECORDING TOO
- Mon, 31 MayONLINE via ZOOM
- Mon, 14 JunONLINE via ZOOM14 Jun, 19:30 – 21:30 BSTONLINE via ZOOMTom championed Orkney folk tales at a time when they were universally ignored and he now has the distinction of being the only living Orcadian telling stories professionally. Tom has a deep knowledge of Orkney, its stories and its people - we are thrilled to welcome him! WE'RE RECORDING TOO
From March 2020
We've been telling brilliant stories in Lichfield, England for over 5 years now.
A strange year - but we're so excited to be reaching out to new audience members across the planet!
Get in Touch
To contact us, fill out the form below. We will try to reply within 24hrs - promise!
Second Monday of each month
Doors Open at 7:15 pm
Stories Start at 7:30pm
To ensure COVID-Safety
we are now hosting our
CLUB NIGHTS ONLINE.
The King's Head is still open, of course, and "we'll be back"
(as someone once said)