Events where you can see Tom

Tom appears at all kinds of venues, great and small, medieval to modern.  In recent years he's shared storytelling, living history, talks, and music in cosy village halls, lots of churches, myriad of museums, art centres as well as large events like Tatton Park Medieval Fair, Chester Folk Festival and Shrewsbury Folk Festival and Festival at the Edge - Britain's largest storytelling event.

Keep checking as more will be added as they appear, this is the list of public events, not including private bookings.  If you would like to book Tom for your event please send an email.

Saturday 24th March 2016, Shropshire Wildlife Trust, Shrewsbury.  Pilgrimage in Medieval England reflected in Mary Webb's 'Armour Wherein He Trusted.  Tom is giving a presentation with storytelling and music at the Birthday Seminar Day of the Mary Webb Society

Sunday 6th May 2018, 11am- 1pm, (event continues all weekend) Ellisland Farm, nr Dumfries, Tales of Country Life.  Ellisland was Robert Burns' farm, and where he wrote many of his most famous works, including Tam O'Shanter.  Tom will be telling tales featuring farms and rural folklore.  The event is in partnership with the Peter Pan Moat Brae Trust who are creating a marvellous new centre for children's literature and storytelling. 

Saturday 7th July 2018,  10am-4pm, Hereford Cathedral, Launch of the St Thomas Way. Pilgrimage living history, storytelling and piping to celebrate the launch of a new pilgrimage way from Swansea to Hereford inspired by a strange but true medieval tale.  Find out more.

Saturday 8th September 2018, 6pm, Medieval Music in the Dales, Bolton Castle, Wensleydale , English Bagpipes in Medieval Iconography 

Sunday 9th September 2018, 1pm, Medieval Music in the Dales, Bolton Castle, Wensleydale, Medieval Stories with Music.  In duo performance with the wonderful Richard York

Friday 2nd November 2018, Word of Mouth Storytelling Club, Manchester, Saints and Sinners A new set of tales performed with fellow Word of Mouth organisers Honor Giles and Helen Stewart.