Where She’s On….
Fri26May20177:30 pmThe Fox & Goose, Hebden Bridge, West Yorks
I'll be telling a range of my favourite local folk tales to kick off this years 'folk' themed beer festival. For more info please visit foxandgoose.org
Along with the wonderful storyteller Pat Ryan and Chippenham Folk Festival's resident storyteller Jon Row I'll be telling a range of adult, family and children's tales and hosting a number of spoken word sessions over the course of the weekend. For more info please visit chippfolk.co.uk
Wed07Jun201712:00 pmFixby Hall, Huddersfield
For this event I'll be telling the story of Clara Thornhill, a rather interesting historical character who once lived at the hall. For more info please visit fixbyhall.co.uk
Sun11Jun2017VariousWorkhouse Lane, Southwell, Nottinghamshire
I'll be performing in one of the family orientated shows and hosting a children's storytelling event over the course of the day. For more info please visit southwellfolkfestival.org.uk
When Ursula Holden Gill steps on to the stage your first impression is of a Victorian urchin with a somewhat impish twinkle in her eyes. However, you very swiftly realize that she is in fact a one woman whirlwind able to inhabit any number of characters at the drop of a usually invisible hat! The show itself is very insightful and gives much to think about and is performed in an incredibly high octane style by a lady of great charm.
Gill Docherty, The Craven Herald for Settle Storytelling Festival, reviewing ‘Romance & Ragamuffins’, April 2016