Once again Simon will be performing at one of his favorute venues - the Food Store COOP Producers Faire.
12 Centerra Parkway
Lebanon, NH 03766
Free event with LOTS of other things going on. Hay rides, live music, free food, face painting and STORYTELLING!
Your own local British award-winning storyteller Simon Brooks will be telling folk and fairy tales at the Livery in Sunapee, NH on Saturday 21st July.
Simon will start promptly at 6.30 pm for an hours worth of storytelling. If you think your kids won't sit still for that long, you might be surprised at the magic of these stories.
Come and be mesmerized by this master storyteller.
For families of all ages, ideal for 5 and up.
Come listen to Simon's folk and fairy tales at this wonderful venue.
The Livery, 58 Main St, Sunapee, NH 03782
Your own local British award-winning storyteller Simon Brooks will be telling folk and fairy tales at the Keene Public Library 60 Winter Street, Keene, NH on Saturday 17th July.
Folk and fairy tales for the family of all ages, ideal for five and up. Come and be mezmerized by the stories of old.
Stories begin at 1 pm
Come one, come all
Simon Brooks will be reading from his new book Under the Oaken Bough, talking a little about the process and sharing insights gleaned from the process. He will also be telling stories like he normally does!
Come and get a signed copy! $12.95
Cobleigh Public Library, 14 Depot St, Lyndonville, VT 05851
Come and join Simon where it all started - Latham Library, Thetford, Vermont for a book signing and storytelling event.
Simon will be reading from his new book Under the Oaken Bough a collection of folk and fairy tales, and tell some stories possibly not in the book. Simon will talk briefly about the process and share these new insights and answer any questions.
Latham Library, 16 Library Rd, Thetford, VT 05074
Award-winning British storyteller Simon Brooks will be telling tales and signing copies of his new book "Under the Oaken Bough," a collection of folk and fairy tales, at Jeudevine Library, Hardwick, VT starting at 10 am. Come for fun! Come one, come all!
Jeudevine Library, 93 North Main Street, Hardwick, Vermont 05843
Treasure Stories for the Family told at the wonderful Whipple Hall, Main Street
Award-winning British storyteller and author Simon Brooks will enliven your ears and imagination with traditional tales of treasure. A man steals treasure found in a cave, guarded by King Arthur; a young woman battles a dragon and gets riches and her own castle; a peddler travels to London looking for treasure he had dreamed of; and a girl collects pine cones only to find treasure. These European stories will be brought before you by the masterful storyteller Simon Brooks with his voice tricks, animated characters and his bodhrán drum. You will be amazed by how many characters Simon can bring to life in your mind's eye.
$5.00 at door
Simon's first published book, Under the Oaken Bough a collection of 17 folk and fairy tales, illustrated by Rob Brookes will be out! And Simon will be reading excerpts and stories from the book at Bookends Book Store in Warner, NH.
Come and get your signed copy!
Event free - books cost!
MainStreet BookEnds of Warner
16 East Main Street, Warner, NH
603-456-2700 for details
Spring is in the air, and you know what that means! Madness and mayhem!
Come and hear grown-up stories told by Simon Brooks! A little brazen, a little bold, a little bawdy! A little night of fun, fabulous, audacious stories at Schoodacs Coffee and Tea, 1 East Main Street, Warner, NH
This has been rescheduled from the 8th of April.
Tickets ($10.00): https://www.eventbrite.com/e/madness-and-mayhem-at-schoodacs-coffee-and-tea-tickets-44104948087
My first book is out and we will be having a party to celebrate this occasion at Tracey Memorial Library, Main Street, New London, New Hampshire. This will be an opportunity to buy copies of the book and have it signed and hear Simon read from the book and tell a couple of stories too!
Under the Oaken Bough is a collection of 17 folk and fairy tales, an author Q & A, a section on tips for telling, a suggested reading list, and a vocabulary list! It runs about 185 pages. It has 17 glorious illustrations by Rob Brookes, the man who has done the covers for all of my storytelling CDs.
Tracey Memorial Library, Main Street, New London, NH
FREE! (But buy a book...)
Corner House Inn offer diner and storytelling and this week it is going to be featuring Simon Brooks.
On Thursday evening, April 5th Simon Brooks, renowned New Hampshire storyteller from the British Isles, makes an encore appearance at the Corner House Inn’s Storytelling Dinner program. Simon’s stories are sometimes irreverent, sometimes funny, sometimes deep, and always enjoyable. Simon's mother told him he was telling stories when she caught him falling from the sky. His family often visited the wilds of Wales, to play in castle ruins and dark forests. Simon moved to America in 1994 and, after living on the West Coast for five years, moved to New England where the rolling countryside reminds him of home. (If he finds a really good beer, he says he will never leave! - although good stories and company will also keep him here!)
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear British storyteller Simon Brooks at the Corner House Inn on Thursday evening April 5th. Storytelling Dinners are held every Thursday evening at the Corner House Inn in Center Sandwich from late October through May. The dinner begins at 6:30 pm, and the cost is $22.95 per person, plus tax and gratuity. Reservations are strongly suggested. For more information and reservations contact the Corner House Inn at 294-6219 or online at email@example.com.
To promote the North East Story Telling conference and festival - Sharing the Fire, Papa Joe and Simon Brooks will be appearing together at the Manomet Branch Library, 12 Strand Avenue, Plymouth, MA!
British storyteller Simon Brooks and New England storyteller Papa Joe Gaudet will be YOUR storytellers on March 22nd, at the Manomet Branch Library, Plymouth.
Come to see and hear Simon tell his silly and fabulous tales from the Celtic people of Britain. As a migrant from the UK who walked the lands of these tales he will be regaling stories about giants and fairies, heroes and smart women!
New Hampshire’s timeless teller, Papa Joe, who’s been wandering the misty marshes, grim graveyards, and vibrant village landscapes, seeking out and sharing the bones of our ancestors for over 50 years will be telling stories that were passed down through Papa Joe's family, which he loves to share. Hilarious, every kid’s favorite, rooted in the ancient molds among the margins of the moment, Papa Joe will be sharing stories told or used by the Puritans when they came over to this ‘new land’.
Very limited seating so arrive early!
1 pm - 3 pm
Grown-up stories for big people! Celtic stories for richness, and humour (no sports)! Tales to celebrate St. Patrick's Day!
Storyteller Simon Brooks whose great grandparents - the Lackey's - came from the Dublin area of Ireland will be regaling some of his favourite Celtic tales.
Schoodacs Coffee and Tea, 1 East Main Street, Warner, NH
Starts promptly at 6 pm.
Tickets available from https://www.eventbrite.com/e/celtic-tales-for-grown-ups-tickets-43247638852
$10.00 - limited seating!
Stories for most ages - 10 and up!
Acclaimed storyteller Simon Brooks will be working his magic through his folk and fairy stories, myths and legends from around the world.
Do not miss this fun event, as Simon will bring laughter, poignancy, pathos and wonderful irreverence to RiverStones when he delivers his stories Right Between the Ears!
RiverStones Custom Framing 33 No. Main St. Rochester, NH
Warm up with an hour of stories told by award-winning British storyteller Simon Brooks. Funny, engaging, sometimes wonderfully irreverent, Simon will gather and share stories from all over the world for everyone - kids and care-providers, adults, everyone - to enjoy.
9 Center Rd, Canterbury, NH 03224
An evening for adults as storyteller Simon Brooks shares tales sometimes funny, sometimes poignant, sometimes bawdy!
Love's Labors, Loves Lost
Schoodacs Coffee and Tea, 1 E Main St, Warner, NH 03278
It’s not Shakespeare. It’s British storyteller Simon Brooks!
Does the happy-ever-after take hard work? Does it comes naturally? Is it sometimes lost? In these tales, a princess needs to get married but cannot choose to whom (or what!); the old farmer gets more help than he bargained for; a burly Scot falls in love with and marries one of the fay (one of the good people); and we will hear of a misunderstanding between a happy couple and how they reconcile.
Sunday, February 11, 2018
All Seats $15
Simon Brooks is a storyteller who has entranced audiences for over 10 years. He has performed in the UK, and in the USA where he has resided since 1994. His tales, both live and his award winning recordings, combine the intensity of solo performance with the intimacy of face-to-face conversations, delighting all. Find Simon here.
Sean Kramer is an artist and teacher. He has a studio in Portsmouth’s Button Factory. He studied medieval painting techniques with some Russian painters. He teaches courses in the liberal and fine arts, including a course on fairy tales.
Joanne Piazzi is a resident of Rochester. She is a veteran teacher, seamstress, and storyteller. Joanne has been telling stories since before she knew there was any such thing. Once she knew what she was doing, she stopped going to Confession for it, and started making money at it (Well, just a little bit). Her stories are often amalgams of folk tales, real life, music, humor and something sticky to hold them all together. She tells for children and adult audiences alike, often simultaneously! Joanne is the producer of the monthly "Right Between the Ears" series in Rochester, NH.
Pat Spalding, from Rye, NH, is a monologist/majorette who spins tales and twirls a baton (although not simultaneously). She is emcee of True Tales Live, a monthly program of live storytelling recorded at PPMtv, and a majorette with the Leftist Marching Band. Pat has written and performed several one-woman shows including: We Stayed Together For the Puppets, A Bomb In the Closet, and Dancing With Dad. For the last four years she has focused on listening to, learning from, and encouraging the stories of others. You can find her here or follow her on Facebook – just don’t spell her last name with a “u.”
Genevieve Aichele is the founding artistic director of New Hampshire Theatre Project in Portsmouth, and has performed, directed and taught theatre arts both nationally and internationally for 40 years. As a storyteller, Genevieve has performed with musician Randy Armstrong for the past 20 years in World Tales. Their two CD’s have won numerous national and international awards. Genevieve has recorded numerous podcasts, and her first audiobook recording, Forest Secrets by Tracy Kane, was released in 2012. Ocean Secrets, for which Genevieve is also the co-writer, was released in May 2014. Awards include the 2001 New Hampshire Governors Award for Excellence in Arts in Education; 2008 NH Youth Theatre Award; 2002 Outstanding Achievement in American Theatre from the New England Theatre Conference, and 2015 Special Spotlight Award for Excellence in Theatre for her direction of I Am My Own Wife.
British award winning storyteller Simon Brooks, newly returned from Wales, will be regaling the ancient stories at Newmarket Public Library.
Stories of King Arthur, King Mark, a bear's tail and three feathers will excite and delight audiences of all ages. Come and feel the magic inherent in the old tales, as told by raconteur Simon Brooks.
1 Elm St, Newmarket, NH 03857
January 12, 2018 @ 6:00pm
Cobleigh Public Library
14 Depot Street, Lyndonville, Vermont
Cold winter days, require warming up and what better way than to laugh, sigh, and be entranced by story?
Come see and hear British storyteller Simon Brooks regale his tales for children and adults. Even care providers leave carrying the magic Simon instills with his stories.
January 12, 2018 @ 3:00pm
Jeudevine Memorial Library
93 North Main Street, Hardwick, Vermont
Cold winter days, require warming up and what better way than to laugh, sigh, and be entranced by story?
Come see and hear British storyteller Simon Brooks regale his tales at Jeudevine Library in Hardwick, Vermont.
This event is part of the Gingerbread Weekend to be held at the Highland Center at Crawford Notch, Bretton Woods, New Hampshire.
During the weekend hike, make gingerbread houses, and on Saturday, 9th of December, at 7.30 pm after a good meal, come and listen to stories.
For more information, contact Sara DeLucia, at AMC 603-278-3827
Hartford Library and the Hartford Historical Society are celebrating an Old Fashioned Village Christmas on the 2nd December ! The event will run from around lunch time to 7 pm. Stories will be at 1:00 pm, then families can find refreshments and other activities in the village. There will be tours of a beautiful historic building-the House of Seven Gables- next door to the library, refreshments, music, etc.
For more details, contact:
1587 Maple Street
Hartford, VT 05047
802 - 296-2568
A split evening, an evening cut in twain! It seems only appropriate! We begin the dark evening with stories to satisfy younger people (6 and up), and then after spooking them for about 30 minutes, the younger will be asked to leave so we can begin bone-chilly stories for the older kids and adults!
Boo! Did I scare you?
933, NH Route 103, Newbury, NH
Let's have a ghostly gathering for spooky stories and terrifying tales on Friday, 27th October at 6 pm. Be prepared to jump, to be a little anxious, to have fun! An evening for tweens and teens and adults - no little children!
28 Main Street, Sunapee, NH
Come to the Nesmith Library and if we are very quiet, we might hear some ghosts, and if not, some great stories.
Simon Brooks will be performing an hour of Fright Night tales - not for the really young!
There will be spooky stories, terrifying tales, and ghostly, er, ghostly, , er a ghostly gathering! Yes, ghostly gathering!
8 Fellows Road, Windham, NH
6.30 pm prompt start