Our next event

Hello All


Please see our poster for Dark Tales and Dire deeds at the Malt Cross.   we hope you can join us for what will be a great event.    we are also please d to announce we are now selling our  tickets on line and will be announcing our Christmas  Tales at Wollaton Park on the 16th December


Hello All


Very Victorian Murder 

Firstly,   Can Mick and I express our appreciation to all those that came to the show at Annie’s Burger Shack on Broadway last night  (Thurs 5th Oct)  Sally and Annie have been very supportive of the Woolly Tellers and this was proven by a sell out event to an audience of over 90.  (thats people,  not age)

A Very Victorian Murder was our latest show and was its premier performance at Annie’s

Thank you for the very positive comments


Our next event at the Malt Cross 

Dark Tales and Dire Deeds 

see the poster  below for our next event  at the Malt Cross on St James’s Street Notting at 7.30pm Friday 27th October 2017 tickets £8.00 from the Malt Cross website    better still the link on the poster

we hope to see you there as we approach Halloween.    It will be a great night


Christmas Tales

we are to perform our `Christmas Tales for there first time at the Malt Cross on the 8th December 2017.

we have been contacted at Wollaton ~Hall and will be once more perform  there on the 16th December .   details to follow as this as only recently been confirmed


Take care all


Dave and Mick


Our Next Event

Hello all

Sorry we have been a little quiet but we have been busy behind the scenes.   I took ill last year and mike had to have an op this summer but we are now fully fit.

If you haven’t already looked at our events page our next event will be at wollaston Hall.  I ay this in loose terms as we are helping Maggie’s at the City Hospital with there culture walk which comes through Wollaton Park.    Go on the baggies site and if you can take part.   Maggies are a fantastic organisation who have a centre in the grounds of the City Hospital.   The diagnosis of cancer is life changing for those effected  and for those who support them.   It is  something that has touched my family.

Maggie’s is self supporting through fundraising and if you ned to know more  just google Maggie’s Nottingham.   you will, be very moved and please consider taking part in the culture walk

Our next foul,pwerfoirmance following that is:


at Annie’s Burger Shack, Broadway, Nottingham  NG5 1PR.

Join us for an evening of ghoulish entertainment .    Those w

ith  a heart condition of delicate consumptive disposition are

invited to attend  at their own risk.   come listen to the true story of William Saville.   Nottingham’s alleged mass murderer.  

hanged on the steps of the shire Hall on High Pavement a stones throw from where you will be sat.  

when you leave annoys you may walk amongst the ghosts of Nottingham’s tragic past.

will be £5.00 obtainable from Annie’s or their website.  

Tickets online :   http://www.wegottickets.com/event/413081



Hope will se you there for  premier of this brand new show.


Take care all

Hello all

We are currently writing and putting  together the programmes for the next few months.   Go to our events page to have a look at what is coming up.

we are looking to expand to new area s and if any of our readers have a suitable location for us to look at please let us know

Take care all

Dave and Mick

Hello all

I am sorry we have appeared to have gone missing since our last post.

Just to keep you up to date .   As some may Know I took ill Lats year and have been in recovery and now fully fit.   Mike as recently had an op and in recovery  at present .   We have been using the time to catch and write a new show.   we will be performing  A Very Victorian Murder at Annie’s in October 2017 .   We have taken a private booking for the 24th October 2017 for the Bingham Bells WI.

At Halloween we will be performing at The Malt Cross and Wollaton Hall once they have confirmed the date .   In addition we are negotiating working with an exciting new Venue  in the North of there County.     November we are hosting historic House Great Britain in Nottingham.  We will be populating our events page very soon.  There are plans to perform  a quarterly story telling event with the Malt Cross o St James’s Street in 2018.

So watch this space

Hope to see you soon

Dave and Mick

Hello all

You may have guessed we have had a slow start with events this year and there have been a couple of reasons.  I passed out late last year with a seizure ‘out of the blue’ and in the fall give myself a nasty head fracture.   Now back to fully fit we can pick up where we left off .   Secondly we have been doing behind the scenes doing boring stuff.

More importantly we have found a new talent, and super story teller Dr Rebekah Wood who will be working with us on occasions .   She is a very good  historian in her own right

This has given us the opportunity to to create a new show  Definitely not respectable,  which was premiered at the Malt Cross Nottingham.    A new show which has a working title ‘Pathway to Murder’ is under construction to be premiered at Annie’s Burger Shack Broadway Nottingham on 17th August 2017

We performed on the 16th March at the Watermill Shepshed.   What a great night with a smashing audience.   A full  house too!   We enjoyed the night and thank you to those that came  and thank you to Nick for the invite.   if you haven’t been you are missing a treat.   There are some great names coming up, so please make a visit to this superb venue with great atmosphere.

September see us supporting Maggies based at the Nottingham  City Hospital Site.   Maggies is a fantastic charity who provide vital support to those effected by cancer and support the families and those close to them.   The service is free and they are supported entirely by donation.   There is a culture walk on 27th September 2017 and The woolly Tellers will be on our old stamping ground of Wollaton Hall to welcome walkers and have a respite where we will entertain those taking part.    THE MOST IMPORTANT POINT is all the money raised in Nottingham goes to the ~Nottingham site .    Go on there site and get involved

We will be doing a separate night after the culture walk for those to come and be entertained by one of our shows  all proceeds will go to Maggies

Notwithstanding that we will of course be doing Halloween events and Christmas shows.   We are at Malt Cross on the Friday 27th October 2017 for Dark Tales for Dark nights.  Other dates to follow

Take care all






The Woolly Tellers


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