Storytelling in Bearwood
Published on 16th October 2012
A Sandwell library is launching a series of monthly storytelling nights aimed at adults.
Utter Bearwood, will be starting at Thimblemill Library on Thursday October 25. It is being supported by the regional arts organisation Black Country Touring.
Cabinet member for leisure services Councillor Linda Horton said: "These promise to be really fun evening that should captivate everyone."
Some of the Black Country's top storytellers will be taking part in the new storytelling nights.
The opening night will see Peter Chand, one of the Black Country's foremost stoytellers, giving a talk on the theme of 'An Indian Summer'.
Peter is a recognised local storyteller who also works internationally. He was born in the Midlands to Punjabi parents and he combines the two cultures seamlessly to tell stories that are full of life, wisdom and humour.
The library will open its doors at 7pm for a 7.30pm start. It is due to finish at 10pm.
Tickets will be on sale in advance at the library front desk for £4 and on the door for £5. Cakes, snacks, tea, coffee and cold drinks will be available to buy on the evening.The event will be aimed at adults and contain adult themes but will be suitable for everyone over 15 years old.For more information call the library on 0121 429 2039 or go to the facebook page: www.facebook.com/UtterBearwood