Monday, 31 December 2012

Storytelling circle with The Oh-Aissieux at the Funky Seomra nightclub

Monday 31 December from 10 to 11.55 pm

RDS Concert Hall, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4

Behind the stage is a cosy room with duvets and cushions. The light is low and the atmosphere is chillled out. People are telling stories. You are welcome to join in.

The Oh-Aissieux is delighted to host another storytelling circle at Dublin’s leading alcohol-free nightclub, to usher one year out and invite a new one in. Looking forward to seeing you there! 

Admission EUR 15 – grants access to the whole nightclub, including live musicians, four DJ's, two dance spaces, chill-out areas, art area, wishing tree, collective countdown ... Four calling birds, three French hens,  two turtle doves, and a partridge in the Happy Pear cafe. 

Doors open 8pm. Club closes at 2.30am. 


Sunday, 9 December 2012

Dublin Yarnspinners - Christmas Story Circle


Our next Storytelling meeting will be on Thursday December 13th
Club na Muinteoirí (Teachers Club)
36 Parnell Sq

8pm - 10.30pm

Presenting the Christmas Story Circle
Bring a Story, song poem etc to share with all

All welcome

€7.50 / €5 concession

Monday, 12 November 2012

An Evening of Storytelling, Music & Mulled Wine

The Break-Away Project Performance Company will host an Evening of Stories, Music & Mulled Wine on Sunday December 16th. If you would be interested in taking part or would like further information please email or go to

Saturday, 20 October 2012

Lost Souls Rise Anew

Odessa Club, Dame Court, Dublin 2 
Wednesday 24 October 
7.30 to 10.30 pm 

As the night closes in and winter draws near, you are invited to come with us through doorways into other worlds, where lost souls stalk the living. Storytellers Adam Wilson and The Oh-Aissieux will perform in atmospheric soundscapes improvised on the spot by cellist Claire Fitch and guitarist Donal Mac Erlaine. 

Adam Wilson and The Oh-Aissieux are innovative storytellers and long-standing members of the Narrative Arts Club. Claire Fitch is a cellist, improviser and composer: . Donal Mac Erlaine is a guitarist, composer and musicologist: . 

Lost Souls Rise Anew is part of InnovationDublin 2012, which takes place across Dublin from 15-26 October. The festival demonstrates Dublin’s capacity to inspire, interact and innovate: 

Tales told may include: 
Wolf lady 
Miss Crozier 
Mr Walker's liver 
Through the eye of the snake 

Disclaimer: These tales may include scenes of graphic blood loss, nudity, desecration and encounters with the undead. 

Admission EUR 7 
Concessions on request. 

Doors open 7.30 pm. Show starts 8 pm sharp. 
Bookings by e-mail to  

Tuesday, 18 September 2012

Story-O's A September 25th Feast - Tasty Tales of Food and Mystery

Story-O is performing again on the 25th of September!

Let us gather for a feast of stories on the week of September's End.
Apples and Oranges shall spring to life,
Cakes and french fries will end their family strife,
and stories of food and mystery will be rife

Join the tellers of Story-O on the 25th of September at 8pm upstairs in the Stag's Head Pub.
5 euro/4 euro concession

(The evening will feature storytellers Adam Wilson, Boaz Zur, Eleonore Nicolas, Fiona Dowling, Gerry Clancy, Michael Phelan, Nina Tanis and Simone Schuemmelfeder.)

Sunday, 17 June 2012

Hello Everyone,

Story-O is again performing this Tuesday, June 19th 2012, upstairs at The Stags Head pub in Dublin city centre at 8pm.

Our theme this month is: Midsummer Story Night, Tales Of Light And Darkness.

The evening will feature stories and tellers from all around the world.

Looking forward to see you there.

Admission €4/€5. All welcome.

Friday, 8 June 2012

The Secret Garden Festival 2012

with Milk & Cookie Stories
at Martinstown House, Kilcullen 

18 - 19 August 2012

On August 18th and 19th this summer Milk and Cookies invites you back to the Secret Garden for our Second Ever FESTIVAL! 

Think sing-a-longs by the campfire, storytelling under the stars, clowning around in the daytime with our fun activites and workshops, and of course Cookies!

And since we're still a bunch of joy-crazy non-profit volunteers - we've found a way to make it Even Cheaper for you this year (if you buy early that is). Early Birds will get entry to the festival, camping and all the cookies you can eat for just €30! Latecomers get the same for the still-low price of €38 :)

TELL EVERYONE. And watch this space for muchas more details to come! 

Milk and Cookies ♥'s you! 

Book tickets here:

Monday, 16 April 2012

Storytelling playshop with The Oh-Aissieux 28 April

Dublin Shambhala Centre, 19 Herbert Street, Dublin 2 * 
Saturday 28 April 2012 from 11am to 4pm

One of Ireland’s most playful and innovative professional storytellers invites you to take a fresh approach to telling stories, at the storytelling playshop.

Q: What’s a playshop?
A: It’s like a workshop, but you spend the time playing games:
Which rasa? - game of emotional flavours
Whose story is it? - for liars and deceivers.
Once Upon a Time - storytelling card games.

Donations welcome.

* Find the venue on a map here: 

Friday, 2 March 2012

World storytelling day in the Narrative Arts Club

Library Bar Extension, Central Hotel
Tuesday 20 March.
From 8pm sharp to 10.30pm. Doors 7.30pm.
Admission EUR 7/3.

Starring storytellers Adam Wilson and Coilín The Oh-Aissieux.
Guest-starring Scott Anthony Kelly.
With improvised soundscapes by Ambiencellist Claire Fitch
and guitarist Donal Mac Erlaine.

Sketch artists welcome.

Disclaimer: These tales may contain scenes of incest, reincarnation and sorcery.

To book, text names to 086 060 3818.
This show will be sold out on the night
and it will actually start at 8pm.

Thursday, 9 February 2012

StoryO Performance on Valentine's evening in the Stag's Head

Let us delight you.

Let us pull on your heartstrings.

Let us get you in the mood for romance on St. Valentine's Day,

with stories of LoVe from around the world.

Join StoryO upstairs in the Stags Head Pub, 1 Dame Court Dublin 2, IrelandTuesday, February 14th, 2012,8pm-10pm. €5/€4

We would love to start you on your evening or end your evening with words about Mars and Venus (men and women), and of the human heart.

Looking forward to seeing you.

For more information see our website or email us

Wednesday, 25 January 2012

Hello everyone!

Happy New Year to you all.

What’s the story?

Here is something you might be interested in:

Once again it is time for stories. On the 28th of January 2012, at 8pm the tellers of Story-O are back and welcome you to an enjoyable evening of storytelling at the Centre for Creative Practices, 15 Pembroke Street Lower, Dublin. The storytellers will open their treasure trove for you and present you legends from all around the world as well as tales with a twist and stories to warm your heart on a cold day. Join us on an evening featuring Boaz Zur (Israel), Nina Tanis (USA), Eleanor Nicholas (France), Adam Wilson (Ireland), Simone Schuemmelfeder (Germany) and Michael Phelan (Ireland).

Admission price: €6.00 for members of C.F.C.P., €8.50 for non-members.

Saturday, 21 January 2012

Traditional Chinese & Irish Stories for adults & children with Seosamh Ó Maolalaí

Chinese & Irish Culture
Celebrating the ChineseNew Year 2012
At County Library TallaghtTown Square, Tallaght
On Thursday 26th January
All Welcome!
4.30pm Chinese Cookery Demonstration with experienced Chinese chef
6.30pm Launch of New Year’s Celebrations with Mayor Cllr.Caítríona Jones & Registrar of ITT, John Vickery, who will talk about the experience of collaborating with Nanjing University of Technology. ITT Student Yiyang Tang (Angela) talks about the Year of theDragon. ITT Student Fei Teng (Reece) talks about living in Tallaght
7pm Stunning Lion Dance by the Chinese Irish Cultural Academy with live drummer
7.30pm Traditional Chinese & Irish Stories for adults & children with Seosamh Ó Maolalaí. Chinese Music—Gu Zheng & Recorder
8.15pm Irish Dancing with Scoil Rince Ní Aogain and music by Aoife Desmond & Friends
Brought to you by South Dublin County Council & South Dublin Libraries in association with Institute of Technology Tallaght