Our next session will be held in The Woolpack, Tillicoultry, on Wednesday, 7th February, 7.30 – 9.30pm.

Our theme will be “Love and Romance”, as Valentine’s Day is just around the corner.

So come and join us to share your own story of love and romance, or just come to listen.  Everyone is welcome!

Storytelling Session – Review

on Wednesday, 24th January our second session of 2024 was held in the Dunmar House Hotel, Alloa.

Our theme was “Burns”:  Robert Burns, things that burn, watery burns…. our themes can be widely interpreted.

We heard  not one but three poems written by our national bard:  “To A Mouse”, “Naebody” and “Tam O’Shanter”. They were all wonderful to hear.  We also heard a parody of “My Love is Like A Red, Red, Rose”, which was most entertaining.

In addition, we listened to the tale of “Pwyll and the Lady on the Horse”.

We had a lovely evening once again, as the stories told chased the January blues away.


Our second January session takes place on Wednesday, 24th January from 7.30 to 9.30 in the Dunmar House Hotel, Alloa.  

The theme is “Burns”, in honour of our national bard, Robert Burns, whose birth we celebrate on 25th January every year.

We are looking forward to listening to some of Burns’ poems as well as tales on the subject of “Burns” of any kind, perhaps tales about a watery burn or something burning…..

Come and join us to share your tale on the subject of “Burns” or indeed on any subject, or just to listen.

It’s a lovely way to relax and forget about the wintry weather and January blues!

Tillicoultry Glen
Photo courtesy of Stravaiger

Storytelling Session

Our first meeting of 2024 will take place in the Woolpack, Tillicoultry, on Wednesday, 10th January at 7.30pm.

Our theme is “New Beginnings”.

Come along and listen to our storytellers’ stories based on this theme.  You may like to tell your own tale, or just listen.  Everyone is welcome!

The Law Winter Sunrise
Photo courtesy of Stravaiger