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

June 2018 - The Peasants Revolt.

Six story tellers entertained each other and three audience members with stories and craic.

Hull Story Club

An occasional reference was made to peasants and their attitude to life.


Vengence came to the rich and greedy after a tweeter rescued the harpist at the fat guy's party.

Hence the formation of Lake Bala Lake in mid-wales.

Plus: A greusome rendition of "The Man who had no feet".


Told us how our use of language will be viewed in year 2118.

The world will be a very different place because of the destruction of America (a consequence of Trump). Sexual language used in 2018, like "he" and "she" will have been abolished in favour of 50 shades of they.

We're all looking forward to the seratonin pills.


Talked about the Imperial Leather advert, Tommy Yates who wrote the score to the musical, "The Peasants Revolt", and gave us a rendition of John Ball is Ringing The Bell (to initiate the revolt).

Motor Bikers cat goes on a petroleum fuelled blinder, and eventually comes up short. Shaggy cat story.


The Man Who Wanted Nothing, Mr Wali Dad went from rags to riches and back again between the princess of Kaiston and the Prince of Neck-a-bad. He revolted against his current circumstance twice during the story.

And: Geoff Whitefoot (Nottingham Forest) lives on to this day!


Recounted the true story of the "Death of Millie" and "It's Not MY Cat George".

Also, how Cain fathered 900 babies in 9 months and they became seals in Ireland. The cow went home to the giant.


Recounted the 1066 story of the Abbots and the peasants dispute over Hornsea Mere.

The nasty Abbot's got his comeuppance and the peasants got their fish.

Roslyn is hardly a peasant but her revolt led to the installation of a peilcan crossing.