‘The tales of King Arthur have a potency of their own, but much more so when told by a storyteller who has an intimate knowledge of the stories and a pitch perfect understanding of her craft – like storytelling rescue remedy for your heart.’ (Nell Phoenix – Camden Storytellers)
'…A versatile performer whose rich voice and musical talents make her work riveting, moving and memorable… ' Pat Bohen reviewing ‘to the mountains for a brother’ at Brighton
'…Direct, intimate, inclusive…' Jonathon Croale reviewing performance of ‘Kibungo’, brazilian story, assembly at London School in ‘The Times’.
'….what a storyteller! And the music too! It’s a real skill to draw in the listener on the radio …' Khalid Farzad emailing in after performance of fairy tales and fiddle on Resonance Radio.
'…the most amazing evening I’ve had in years…..I feel invigorated and refreshed’.. Anika at the Tea Box, June 2011 after performance of brother sister, with added Sumerian mourning story ‘dumuzi’s dream’
'It really animated the art group and created a real desire to listen to and talk with each other. You are amazingly good at enabling people to open up in the most gentle and persistant way.' Art Teacher at Torriano Junior school
‘energy, sensitivity, humour’
'when I got home, I told my mum and my family all the stories and games and they loved it' Kaltrina (11)
'because I come from Africa, I've heard lots of Ananci stories but I never heard that one. I enjoyed. Thankyou once more. You've also inspired me to become a storyteller when I grow up'. Miss P. Ofosu Asiedu (11)
'I liked it when we had the nooks when all the class chose children to make nooks, because you get to work with children you havent worked with. I liked the story of the ghost baby because it has exciting things in it. My storytelling has improved a lot. I learned to use actions and different sounds instead of words.' Carly (10)