image for Literary Event item typeElizabethan stories for adults with Giles Abbott at Ham Library

Literary Event, Thu 4 May 2017

Contact

Ham Library

020 8734 3354

Address

Ham Library,
Ham Street,
Ham,
TW10 7RS

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Details

Giles Abbott rediscovered the joy of storytelling after sudden and severe, but not total, sight loss booted him out of the world of books. He is the UK’s only professional blind storyteller and is in demand in clubs and festivals all over the UK and internationally. His telling is characterised by his commanding stage presence, rich voice and poetic use of language.

For Ham Library Giles will be telling Elizabethan stories - scary, funny, rude and sometimes shocking! Giles will include a tale we know frightened the young William Shakespeare and a tale of black magic inspired by Dr John Dee.

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Event details

Dates Times
Thu 4 May 2017 19:00 to 20:00

Prices

£3.00

Location

Directions

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Map reference: TQ 170729  Lat: 51.44302 Long: -0.31790

Accessible by Public Transport: 2 miles from Kingston station

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