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The Village Storytelling Festival is Glasgow’s contemporary storytelling festival. From 5-10 July 2022 the festival will present an eclectic, hybrid programme exploring ‘Re: Connection and Transformation – Storytelling in a Precarious World’.

May 13, 2022

FEST online forum #16: Routledge International Handbook of Therapeutic Stories and Storytelling

Book presentation – Routledge International Handbook of Therapeutic Stories and Story

April 13, 2022

FEST Online Forum #15 – Off and Onlife

In this forum, Agnieszka Aysen Kaim (Grupa Studnia O, PL) and Mimesis Heidi Dahlsveen (Oslo Metropolitan University, NO) will talk about their experiences with working in the digital space!

March 11, 2022

FEST Conference 2022 – Vilnius (Lithuania)

FEST 2022 International conference for storytelling professionals and enthousiasts.

March 8, 2022

The story and creativity – online pilot workshop in storytelling and creativity

A pilot workshop testing narrative and creativity in an online context.

February 10, 2022

The story and creativity – online pilot workshop in storytelling and creativity

A pilot workshop testing narrative and creativity in an online context.

VÅR: the story of Hervor

Adverse Camber presents: VÅR: the story of Hervor
An exclusive livestream performance on Saturday 19 February 2022 at 7pm GMT

January 24, 2022

Festival Bajke – 7th Fairy tale Festival

The seventh in a row, the Fairy Tale Festival for children and adults will be held from 03.12. 2021 to 31.12.2021, partly live, in the premises of CKM in Sarajevo and partly in online format. As before, all festival programs are free for the audience. Participants in the Festival, live and / or online: Jasna Held, Tatjana Šojić, Sarah Abusharar, Marina Đorđević, Nela Mandić, Enisa Halvadžija Rahmanović, Željka Lemez, Narrators of Canada, Friends of Waldorf Pedagogy, Association for Children’s Culture Žar ptica and Waldorf Mala vila .The seventh Fairytale Festival for Children and Adults, organized by the Association for Support of Education, Upbringing, Culture and Tradition “Fairytale” from Sarajevo, traditionally opens with the Storytelling Theater, which will feature Jasna Held from Croatia, Tatjana Šojić, a famous Bosnian actress, and Sarah Abusharar, a Canadian storyteller. According to Jasna Held, the first professional storyteller in Croatia, folk tales, fairy tales and stories are a source of wisdom of mankind, which teach us about the world, life, humanity, and what it really means to be human. Jasna often points out that, in fairy tales, good is always rewarded and evil is punished, which is an extremely important and clear message to children and adults. The narrative play will take place on Friday, December 3, 2021. at 7 pm, CKM (Jelića 1) Sarajevo Tickets can be reserved by sending an email to or by sending a message to the inbox of the FB page of the Association “Bajka”  the number of seats is limited. The fairy tale festival for children and adults is held thanks to the financial support of the Federal Ministry of Culture and Sports, the Ministry of Culture and Sports of Sarajevo Canton and Unicredit Bank, in cooperation with the Center for Culture and Youth of Centar Sarajevo.

December 2, 2021


Welcome to an online storytelling performance for those of you who are up for a good laugh at the absurdity of tradition.

November 24, 2021

MINI SYMPOSIUM: What’s the Scéal? Storytelling in Ireland Today

The National Museum of Ireland – Country Life is excited to present a mini-symposium in collaboration with Poetry Ireland and storytellers from Ireland and abroad on Friday, 26 November.

November 8, 2021

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