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A selection of kind words:-
“I came with my grown up daughter, having given her the weekend as a birthday present, and we were both captivated all weekend. These ancient stories had contemporary relevance. They were well told in a convivial atmosphere. We both came away nourished in the deepest sense of the word.”
Annie (The Golden Labyrinth. 21-23 April, 2017)
“A witty, literate and engaging storyteller.”
The South Bank
“This performance breathed new life into my enthusiasm for storytelling…superb.”
Anthony Nanson, Storylines
“Shonaleigh is a great interpretative artist of her own culture.”
Derek Reid, Jewish Folklorist
“Shonaleigh has a quick and ready tongue attached to a quick and ready mind. On stage she has that rare mixture of confidence and physical ease.”
Ben Haggarty Company of Storytellers
“Shonaleigh is in a class of her own!”
Mike Rust, Director, Festival at the Edge
“I have never seen the children sit so still…they were spellbound.”
Rosemary Telfer, Sheffield Libraries
“Shonaleigh ran a workshop for our business clients that broke new ground for them, allowing them to really engage with their potential as communicators- a warm and perceptive workshop leader- we have been thrilled to work with her.”
Alison Piasecka, Whitmuir
“Listening to the winding tales of Shonaleigh telling the tales of long past generations of women is a journey of the soul …. I felt transported to a time between worlds – where so many craftsfolk have traveled under the direction of a master story-teller“.
– Rosie May
“I feel as if all my stories are nothing more but scraps and patches and now I see the wonderful cloak they might once have been – and I want to put them back together”.
– Jim Munro (Teller, Tales, and Tradition. 19/03/17)
“Every time I hear Shonaleigh tell her stories I am astounded by the power and breadth of her stories”.
– Lynette Hill (The Diamond Girl and the Goat Horn Bee. 19 March, 2017)