The Regal Storytellers will participate in a variety of events, and their experience has ranged from Storytelling in Paisley Abbey for a Medieval Fair, attending Loch Lomond Shores during weekends and school holidays to promote the history and culture of the location. Our events audiences, of course, extends to adults whom we find are just as entertained by our services.

We attended the opening of the Luss Clan Shop on the shores of Loch Lomond, where we told stories to the younger visitors to the villiage on a glorious spring day in the gardens of Shore Cottage. We visited Stirling Town Jail and gave Storytelling sessions to children in a 'Yurt' as part of the Stirling Fringe events. At Abbot House, Dunfermline, we participated in their 30th birthday event and even cut the cake using the King's broadsword!

We attend the event for a morning or afternoon for single, or multiple storytelling sessions. We can mingle with visitors and guests in between our storytelling sessions for impromptu 'knighting ceremonies', together with knighting certificates, or to hand out 'the King's gold' in the form of chocolate coins.

We are happy to discuss your individual needs depending on your event.

   Handing out the 'King's Gold' at Lomond Shores.

     Paisley Abbey, Medieval Fair, 2016.

The King cuts the cake for the 30th Birthday celebrations at Abbot House, Dunfermline.

The Regal Storytellers appeared at the Stirling Castle UK Challenge event where they appeared as part of the challenge in the Palace rooms.

Waterstones Bookshop, Braehead, Glasgow

         The Storytelling 'Yurt' at the Stirling Fringe, 2016.

         The garden of Luss Clan Shop, opening weekend.