Vanessa Woolf of London Dreamtime is “London’s resident storyteller” (Time Out) with “one of the planet’s coolest jobs” (Lonely Planet Kids). Telling stories in schools, galleries and nurseries but also storytelling at virtual events, press launches and for corporate entertainment, Vanessa's work is hugely varied.
Her stories are real, exciting, magical and incredibly engaging!
Here are a few highlights shared on her website:
I’ve delivered a TEDx talk about storytelling and magic, curated & hosted an afternoon of storytelling with Guy Garvey for Meltdown at the Southbank Centre, led a fairytale walk for Fulbright Scholars, told specially commissioned stories for V&A Museum, Royal Academy of Arts, Kensington Palace, Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, Harrods, Royal Opera House Thurrock, Selfridges, aboard The London Eye told scary stories for older kids and adults in Shakespeares Globe… created a site-specific version of The Snow Queen for Union Chapel Islington... performed for the British Academy of Arts and Sciences, Guildhall Art Gallery and the Hay Literary Festival, Mandarin Oriental Hotel, the Waterloo Vaults, the British Library, Southwark Cathedral, on a Luxury Steam Hauled Pullman... but that’s just the start…