Inspiration by Shonaleigh
Hull Storytellers


Jan: Is it All Over?
Feb: Valentine's day
Mar: Cath Edwards
Apr: Room 101
May: Victory
Jun: The Peasants Revolt
Jul: The Promised Land
Aug: Water Walk
Sep: Freedom Festival
Sep: Migration
Oct: Autumn Feast
Oct: Pilgrimage of Grace
Nov: AGM / Time and Tide
Dec: At the Zoo

April 2018 - "Room 101"
(On the 101st day of the year).

Five story tellers entertained each other with stories and craic.

Hull Story Club

A thin strand of banishment appeared in some of the stories.

Variety is the spice of life.


The Queen of Laos had a love of mushrooms which aided and abetted by a long distance bat led to a change in the landscape.


How Sir Peter de Loschy slayed the wormlike dragon but paid the ultimate price. For St George's day, April 23rd.

The craic

Included grasshoppers, possibly the Humber Bridge Story, Schooldays in Southcoates, Hostelling in Queenstown, New Zealand.


Starting with Zeus and following with a pantheon of Greek mythological creatures, Pandora's box eventually was prised open to release evil and bring hope.


How the course of the river Hull was defined by an angry Boggart with a bent scythe.


How Nottingham Forest's winning of the FA cup in 1959 led to the naming of a kitten as "Geoff Whitefoot".


Peter rambled and ranted about all the things he would put in room 101 including slugs, noisy children, Windows 10, Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg, torture, that is the inhuman things men do to men and women, climate change deniers, Donald Trump, christians who don't do anything about problems, Margaret Thatcher's ghost, Tony Blair, David Cameron, Theresa May, Boris, and probably the rest the Tories and UKIP, and . . . people who drive motor bikes along disused railway lines.