Sally Pomme Clayton: Female archetypes, the Frog Princess punked and Socrates' very argumentative wife


Sally-Pomme Clayton, pioneering storyteller and writer shares part of a huge myth, tells Greek joke and talks about being a professional storyteller. Sally-Pomme performs stories for everyone from: Soho Theatre to Northern Stage; The London Gypsy Orchestra to The London Philharmonic Orchestra; Royal Shakespeare Company to The Royal Opera House; Hakaya Storytelling Festival, Jordan to Dhaka Lit Fest. She has published 14 children’s books, her latest is ‘The Phoenix of Persia’ (Tiny Owl Books 2019). With The Company of Storytellers she helped  transform storytelling across the UK. She is currently touring 'The Frog Princess Punked'  a hybrid collaboration of  a feisty feminist fairytale, with a girl-punk band and a crazy collage of live projections.

Dominic Kelly: A fiddler, queens before kings and the wet seat left behind

In this first episode of the Storytelling Radio podcast, Georgiana Keable speaks with Dominic Kelly.

Dominic’s warm, precise and powerful storytelling style has captivated audiences around the world. In the UK he has performed at venues including the Barbican, National Theatre and British Museum. He has directed storytelling performances for Oslo’s Riksscenen and is a guest lecturer in storytelling at Sweden’s Royal College of Music.

Growing up in the relative wilds of England’s Lake District, he has a passionate interest in the links between stories, landscape and the natural world. And when not telling stories he still thinks sitting in a tiny tent on a mountaintop in terrible weather counts as fun.