Storytelling Workshops 2024

Our participatory sessions are designed to help you improve your skills and share your experiences with fellow storytelling enthusiasts.

This carefully curated workshop programme offers you the chance to work with highly-skilled and experienced artists, giving you guidance on improving your practice and discovering your own talent. 


  • Workshops for all levels
  • Led by professional storytellers
  • Skills Development


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A Scottish Storytelling Podcast

Another Story

Another Story is a new podcast series exploring some of the themes featured in this year’s Festival. Tune in to hear some wonderful storytellers share their favourite tales and chat about storytelling in Scotland and beyond.

So, settle down, or speed on up, to join us for another story…

Available wherever you get your podcasts, including Spotify, Apple, Google and Amazon. Follow us by liking and subscribing so you don’t miss an episode!

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The World’s Finest Feast of Traditional Storytelling

The Scottish International Storytelling Festival is one of the most admired storytelling events in the world and the largest of its kind – both from a programming and participation perspective - encompassing a wealth of cultures, traditions and styles. A world of stories within the Festival City.

‘Drift into exotic worlds as talented storytellers from all over the globe regale you with tales of derring-do.’ (Bristol Post)


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Time for Another Story – Season 2 Launches!

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Scottish International Storytelling Festival 2024 – Open Call for Creative Proposals

Scottish International Storytelling Festival 2024 Bridges Between | 18-31 October OPEN CALL FOR CREATIVE PROPOSALS Proposals are invited for performances at...
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TRACS appointed to Safeguard Scotland’s Intangible Cultural Heritage

The team from TRACS (Traditional Arts and Culture Scotland) and music students from Sgoil Chiùil na Gàidhealtachd, the National Centre of...
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