4 Storytelling Masterclass

Jan 12 2020 18:00 - Mar 01 2020 18:00

Life Care Centre, 2 Cheyne St, EH4 1JB Edinburgh

All four MASTERCLASSES

Sign up for storytelling masterclasses with Svend-Erik Engh in January, February, and March 2020.

  • Four Storytelling Masterclasses, over 4 Sunday afternoons.
  • 12th January, 2nd and 9th February, 1st March 2020 from 2 to 6pm
  •  LifeCare Centre, 2 Cheyne Street, Edinburgh, EH4 1JB
  • max. 10 participants!

For

  • intermediate storytellers
  • teachers using storytelling in education
  • radio hosts
  • priests
  • communicators of all kinds
  • anyone who likes to tell a story

If you have some experience of storytelling and want to improve your skills, these four masterclasses in January, February and March 2020 are an opportunity to make the essential breakthroughs to advance your storytelling to the next level.

You will receive expert feedback from Svend-Erik Engh, a story coach with more than 25 years experience of teaching storytelling in Denmark, Sweden, US and UK.

Svend-Erik is quite simply a master storyteller. Grounded, inspired, and filled with essential insights. Spending time with Svend-Erik is guaranteed to refresh your mind and open your heart to the power of a story well told, and authentically performed.” Michael Margolis, CEO and Founder of Get Storied, author of Story 10X

He is an excellent teacher, who can spot and communicate exactly where your strengths and weaknesses lie, and give accurate and practical suggestions for improvement. He gives the moment his full attention, giving encouragement, building confidence, and demanding more at all times.” Linda Pertulla, Tourguide and Storyteller

Groups will be no bigger than 10 participants and each participant will receive coaching in a masterclass setting. 

Bring a story that you are telling; maybe you are working on a story that needs improvement, or you have told the same story for many years and need to dust away the cobwebs. Svend-Erik will help you develop

  • Story structure
  • Storytelling presence
  • Relationship with audience
  • Voice
  • Physicality
  • Relationship to the story

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