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We are an incorporated non-profit group. We encourage and promote storytelling as an integral part of community life. To achieve this we: meet regularly, encourage people to tell and develop their skill as storytellers, provide storytelling sessions in the community. ACT Storytellers Guild Inc. Current Executive: President: Roslyn Hull: jellihull1@bigpond.com Vice President: Mollie Bialkowski: MollieBee@westnet.com.au Secretary: Cherie Burns: actstorytellers@gmail.com Treasurer: Catherine Panich: capan@homemail.com.au

Thursday, 9 July 2015

This is the page designed for Ros by the Art Underground (mailto:art.underground.act@gmail.com). Ros will be the featured performer at their monthly open mic event at Beyond Q Bookstore in Curtin Shops. Come one, come all this Friday night (10 July) the enjoy and evening of live performances on the theme 'Fables and Folklore'.

Thursday, 4 June 2015

A rare opportunity to enjoy stories 

just for grown ups

Saturday 27 June

Ignore the winter cold and take shelter in the warmth of stories.
Be transported by the storyteller's words and the friendly atmosphere of the room

Wednesday, 3 June 2015

Story Circles on both sides of Canberra

All are welcome to come along to one of our small gatherings of storytellers. 
In a warm, friendly atmosphere you can try out and rehearse stories. These circles are also where new members wanting to become accredited storytellers are mentored and challenged to become confident performers.
Please contact the convener if you intend to come along.

Southside Story Circle - 2nd Sunday every month

28 Wheadon Street Monash 
2.00pm to 4.00pm
Contact:        Trish 6292 3303 - Mollie 6285 3956 

Northside Story Circle - 2nd Wednesday every month

11 Millhouse Crescent, Higgins
8.00pm to 10.00pm
Contact         Mary 6254 2349

Monday, 23 March 2015

Looking for something to do with family or friends on the weekend? Come along to the CONNECT AND PARTICIPATE EXPO! Saturday 28 March, 11am – 4pm at the Old Bus Depot Markets in Kingston. We will be there to promote Storytelling and are planning to perform stories on the demonstration stage in the afternoon. Come to our stall and share a story to receive a lollipop - or find out about becoming a performance storyteller.

Entry is free, and the EXPO will provide opportunities for people of all ages and abilities to discover the wide range of groups in Canberra including sport, outdoor recreation, art/craft, music, animal groups, performing arts, special interest and hobby groups. There will be a variety of food stalls at the EXPO, and a free ACTION bus will run a loop every 20 – 30 minutes from Platform 10 on Northbourne Avenue (CIVIC) to the Old Bus Depot Markets in Kingston, between 11am to 4pm. For more information, please visit the website at  www.connectandparticipateexpo.com.au

Monday, 9 June 2014

A Room in June 2014




When:    Saturday 28th June, 2014

Where:  St. James Uniting Hall
 Gillies Street, Curtin

Time:    7.00 for 7.30 – 10.00 pm

Cost:    $12.00 (includes supper)

Stories told by members of ACT Storytellers Guild

Music by Donna O’Brien of the Shiny Bum Singers

Invite family and friends

Enjoy a delicious homemade supper

For further inquiries contact Molly on 6285 3956 or visit our blog spot on www.actstorytellers.blogspot

Saturday, 29 June 2013

Room in June 2013

On Saturday 29 June, 2013 the ACT Storytellers Guild held their annual Room in June evening of stories and music at Curtin Uniting Church Hall.
Approximately 50 guests attended, warmed and mellowed by Tom's aromatic mulled wine. At interval guests were treated to a buffet of a wide selection of yummy treats provided by the Guild Committee.  
The program this year included short stories from the Canberra centenary celebration storytelling program held in Commonwealth Park in March this year, giving the audience a glimpse of yesteryear from Canberra's beginnings, through to the recent Canberra fires. Entertaining, moving and informative stories were delivered by Mollie, Elizabeth, Vonny, Cherie, Rose and Mary. 
After supper the audience was entertained by Brian's somewhat disturbing traditional Inuit Story; Cherie's at times unsettling (the vivid description of his bride) English Folk  Tale about the marriage of Sir Gawain; Eric's clever "play" from The Sentimental Bloke; and Ros's account of the challenges of a "wild child" aunt. Ros finished the evening's program with an audience-participation performance about The Raiders humble beginnings to their development into a not-so-humble winning machine.  
A special thank you to The McGurgans, whose music contributed significantly to the night's entertainment and rounded out the evening beautifully.