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All What's On Events


    • Location:
    • Online - Zoom

    • Date:
    • 25 March 2021
    • Time:
    • 8:30 pm til 9:10 pm
    • Price:
    • £ 10

Hand-crafted story therapy for when you feel like you’re losing the plot.


Our resident storyopathists are now taking bookings for one of the oldest therapeutic treatments known to mankind: stories.


The modern world is full of twists and turns and it’s easy to lose the plot. Our short story tonics are carefully blended to provide just the balm you need. Your online consultation and reading with our professional storyopathists will immerse you, along with a small like-minded group, in the ancient therapeutic practice of listening and reflecting, leaving you feeling refreshed and revitalised in mind, body and spirit. (Not bad for sitting down with your feet up!)


Select your choice of readings from our Storyopathic Remedies and prepare for your story to unravel. Introductory group sessions run Thursday and Friday evenings in March and April, with a different story remedy available on each date. For a private consultation please contact the practice – see contact details below.


Thursday 25 March

The Invisible Granny by Crysse Morrison


A Story Tincture to stimulate your sense of optimism.  A nourishing blend of rejuvenation, positivity and vitality.


The matter of the suitcase was bothering her considerably.  When she visited her family to help out with children or look after the ailing, Izzy generally used carriers and her big red shopping bag.  She didn’tneed much by way of clothes. Clearly this wouldn’t do for a castle.


Izzy Quirk had never been on holiday. But her grandson has given her a winter break at Dalgleish Castle for her 75th birthday, so she was really going to have to step up her game.



£10 (+ Eventbrite booking fee) per story. Or for the ultimate storyopathy package book 3 stories for just £27!


All performances will take place online on Zoom at 8.30pm. Details for joining the performance on Zoom will be sent to you by email the day before the session.


The running time for each event is approximately 40 minutes.



For any questions – or to book your own private storyopathy consultation – get in touch with Sarah at


Storyopathy is being delivered in collaboration with A Word In Your Ear and with support from Bath Spa University’s The Studio Recovery Fund.