Guthrie’s Goslings

Ladies, gentlemen, loons, quines and aabdy else!

Here’s some free events coming up courtesy of Aberdeen Archives, Gallery & Museums!

Storytelling meets dance and movement for 2 sessions with Guthrie’s Goslings on Wednesday 14th July – there’s two sessions for under 5s and their grown ups. Book in advance using the link below.

Then storytelling, music and song will be combined for a further 2 sessions on Wednesday 4th August – again for under 5s and their grown ups. Get your bookings in fast as spaces are limited! 🙂…/wha…/guthries-goslings

“To Pastures New” by James Guthrie – one of Aberdeen Art Gallery’s most famous paintings.

Keith TMSA Festival – set times

The Keith TMSA are showing three stories I recorded for them and the times can be found over at their web page as well as much, much more! 😀

Join Pauline Cordiner, A Scottish Storyteller as she gives us a series of three Stories for Bairns & Bairns at Hairt! Pauline will be performing her stories over the course of our virtual festival weekend and you can find all the details here 👇For more info about the festival visit

My First Live Audience in Months!

Oh what a wonderful morning with my first live audience in 7 months!!

Lovely to see everyone at the Inchgarth Community Centre Toddlers group!

Strawberry Moose was chuffed to meet her first big audience and Fizzy’s heid is huge after all the attention!

Stonehaven Tollbooth Storytelling and Children’s Art Competition

I just LOVE our local museums and the Tolbooth Museum in Stonehaven is a huge favourite! Get your art supplies out as there’s a competition for P5 to P7 children!

There’s plenty of inspiration at the museum – the kids can submit a drawing, painting or another kind of art work inspired by items at the museum or Stonehaven Harbour.

There will then be an exhibition of all the entries the weekend of the 26/27 June and I’ll be there telling stories – also inspired by the museum and harbour! 🙂


Good news everybody! The wonderful folks at Musica Workshops have just put up our latest story video!

A boy becomes king by being brave and not giving up – but before that, there’s a whole heap of characters misbehaving and carrying on – Fuzzy the Fairy as the 80s style news reporter, a prima donna Granny, a pirate who dreams of gold and of course Bjorn the Viking singing a sea shanty about how good he is at gardening and invading!

You can view it and other amazing videos they have made over the past year at their web page –

Inchgarth Toddlers

It’s going to be so nice to be back with real live audiences again! Our wonderful local community centre, Inchgarth, is making use of its outside space to welcome the toddler group back again!

I’m going to be doing an interactive story with the wee ones on the 27th May and am really looking forward to getting my fairy kit on and telling a story involving all the childrens’ favourite animals!

To attend, please contact Inchgarth at the email address below 🙂