The Coventry Storytelling Festival is all about what makes a great story. What drives it, conveys it and makes it live! A huge range of experts – from former Superintendents to script writers – will explore and advise in over a dozen sessions over a two day period. The festival begins on Friday, 20 May, 2016 and it’s free to attend!
The festival will be held at venues across the city of Coventry; The Tank Studio, Coventry University, BBC Coventry and Warwickshire, the Herbert Art Gallery & Museum, Coventry Cathedral and the Coventry Central Library. Although several events will be of particular interest to journos, many sessions will help anyone involved in storytelling, meaning that for once, being sent to Coventry becomes a very appealing prospect…
To get more information about the festival, including what sessions run when and how you can attend the events, visit the official Coventry Storytelling Festival site now!
The Coventry Storytelling Festival is a joint production by the BBC Academy, the Coventry University School of Media and Performing Arts and the Herbert Art Gallery & Museum.
When: 20-21 May 2016
Source: BBC Writersroom