I am frequently commissioned to create adult storytelling performances, often inspired by exhibitions and events in museums, galleries and other unusual locations.

I am currently curating a series of evening adult storytelling performances on the Cutty Sark called Ships in the Night. Each performance will feature myself along with a guest storyteller. Please click here for more information, for dates and times and to book. This autumn I will also be performing storytelling for adults at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford and at the Wellcome Collection.


Previous adult storytelling commissions include

  • Hallowe'en storytelling for the London Fortean Society
  • Evening and lunchtime storytelling performances at the National Gallery on subjects ranging from depictions of the Lady of Shalott in Pre-Raphaelite art to the relationship between Michelangelo and Sebastiano
  • Stories about the Golden Dawn on the Horniman Museum's Victorian bandstand
  • Telling traditional Irish stories at the Cutty Sark's St Patrick's Day Ceili
  • Telling LGBT-themed fairy tales at the Fierce Queens late at Greenwich's Queen's House
  • Exploring the art and stories of William and Mary De Morgan at the Guildhall's Sublime Symmetry late
  • Creating a storytelling performance for Firetrap Fashion at Notting Hill's Electric Cinema
  • Exploring the story of the Martin Brothers artists at the Cuming Museum and Kingston Museum
  • Telling stories of London folklore at the Museum of London late
  • Telling tales of forgotten London characters in the 12 Bar Club and the Shortwave Cinema