Future events

Hello all

We are about to publish our future dates .   January and Feb is always our preparation time and amongst the future dates

We would draw your attention to our show Definitely Not Respectable.

We are donating  all the proceeds for the night to the Street Pastors  based at the Malt Cross.   It will be performed downstairs at the Malt cross and we have allocated the Saturday night for a repeat of the show,  should numbers dictate this.

The show is a history of the Malt Cross when it was created as a music hall.   Be entertained with, story,  anecdotes and song.   Why not come dressed for the occasion.   Go to their website to the events page for the link as tickets must be purchased online as space is limited


Please go to our events page for other future dates


Take care Mick and Dave


Happy New Year

Hello All

Mick and I would like to wish you Happy New Year.   We had a busy December but are putting together to publish our 2018 programme

We age invested this year isn some additional effect lighting and projectors etc and we can run completely self contained and all wee need is a space and we can transform it.  we have produced two show which we will be repeated next year with ideas for further events and story telling evenings.

We are actively seeking new venues across the County and in to neighbouring areas.

We though we would show you a few images of our night recently when we did Christmas Tales From The Hal at Wollaton Hall


Christmas Tales

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At 7.30pm  Friday 8th December we are to perform our Christmas Tales for the first time at The Malt Cross St James’s street Nottingham. this unique location is a former Victorian Music Hall.

 The tickets are £8.00.   Of Course we will supply the mince pies and maybe a chocolate or two.   We love performing the Christmas Tales , some nostalgic, some magical but we love to bring out the Christmas Spirit

See the link on the poster to book tickets.  Hurry they are going fast and we have limited capacity.



Our next event is Christmas Tales from the Hall

This takes place at  7.30pm Saturday 16th December 2017.   We are to perform a similar show t the Malt Cross .  We were to transfer the Christmas Tales to The Malt Cross this year, but Wollaton approached the Woolly Tellers so we agreed to bring the show to the hall.   We must admit we are to perform in the grand Hall this year with the Christmas tree and there is just something magical about the place and it wasn’t hard to accept the invitation.

the Tickets are £12.10p each. We have  decided  to absorb the booking fee as we have decided to do on line ticket sales this year  for there first time.  Sadly we have to charge more than the malt cross as the Hall is closed to the public and we have to pay for staffing and the Hall.  in addition the are providing wine with mince pies  as part of the ticket price albeit the Hall ahas a licence but no bar facility

This Elizabethan Hall has a magic of its own, part of the Crown Jewels of Nottingham .  For  reasons we never fathom it is  hard to promote

You have unique access when the hall and grounds are closed to the public.   Last year it was misty as people drove or walked in to the park,  and the images of Wollatons deer could be seen amongst the mist.   Truly magical.


The link to the tickets are on the poster below

Take care all and a Merry Christmas



Mick Whysall and Dave Brookes



if you have seen an message re the date change re:  the Christmas At The Hall .   The matter is resolved and we are back on schedule for the 16th December as planned 




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

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