Story Telling Event – Thursday 28th October

‘Tales From The Dead Of Night’

Clare Reddaway of A Word In Your Ear returns to the Packhorse with two fellow storytellers, to bring you some spooky tales and run some shivers down your spine. Join us at the witching hour, if you dare!

We thought long and hard about hosting an outdoor event with fire pits, but the change in weather has reminded us how temperamental autumn and winter can be. We have now decided to host the event in collaboration with South Stoke village hall and can guarantee you a dry, warm, fun-filled evening. This event is suitable for 16+.

Here’s all the important stuff

Date: Thursday 28th October

Time: 7pm – 9pm (arrive from 6.30pm to pick up tickets and order drinks and nibbles for the second half)

Venue: South Stoke village hall, BA2 7DU

Cost: £6 payable on the door, one drink included in ticket price (mulled cider, hot chocolate or soft alternative)

We encourage the wearing of face masks at a village hall event – so bring one along please.

Please email to reserve your place – numbers will be limited.

About the story tellers

Clare Reddaway

Clare is a Bath-based writer of short stories and plays. Her stories have been widely published online and in print. This year she was long-listed for the BBC’s National Short Story Award and her stories have won and been shortlisted for many other competitions. Her work is frequently broadcast on BBC Radio Bristol and local community radio stations. Her story Guts of a Mackerel will be published by Fly on the Wall Press later this year as a standalone short.

In the past Clare has worked for the BBC and Granada Television as a script editor and drama development executive. Clare has an MA in Creative Writing from Bath Spa University.

Clare runs a regular live short fiction event in Bath called Story Fridays. Her company A Word In Your Ear specialises in producing new writing.

Doc Watson and Stephanie Weston both regularly read their work at Story Fridays.

Doc Watson

Doc Watson retired from professional theatre some ten years ago but has continued to perform and write whilst living in Bath.  He has been concentrating on short plays no more than ten minutes long; and a collection of these has been published under the title ‘Nursery Rhyme Crimes’ by New Theatre Publications, alongside an adaptation of Charles Dickens’ ‘Pickwick Papers’.

Stephanie Weston

Stephanie is a professional actress and emerging writer who has had work performed at The Royal Court Jerwood Theatre Upstairs, The Rondo Theatre, Bath, Bridgwater Arts Centre, Tacchi Morris Arts Centre, Taunton, the Brass Works Theatre, Bristol and the Queen Dome, Edinburgh, amongst others.  Writing competitions she has won include Pint Sized Plays, Page to Stage, Sandalles Five n’ Ten and Chorts (written). She has also contributed to comedy podcasts, has had her monologues broadcast on Radio Bristol and regularly performs with the comedy improvisation company, Instant Wit, of which she is Artistic Director.