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Narativ London

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Podcast by Narativ London
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Sam Adams is an actress, storyteller and drama therapist. She teaches at The University of Roehampton, Central School of Speech and Drama and works with Unicorn Theatre, National Theatre, Primary Shakespeare Company and The National Theatre. She talks to Dan and Jane about plays she's devised that link her to her past. "I’m trying to heal myself and meet with my ancestors and allow them to come into the space, to meet these other people that don’t know or understand about the trauma of blackness…" Sam Adams
Narativ directors Dan Milne and Jane Nash contributed to a book that came out in April called "Using Image & Narrative in Therapy for Trauma, Addiction & Recovery" - edited by James D West. Narativ founder Murray Nossel also wrote a chapter where he talks about the work he did with the Brooklyn AIDS Program at the height of the epidemic in 1994. Here's a link to that very first iteration of Narativ's storytelling methodology for people with HIV and AIDS https://vimeo.com/78002542 Other contributors to the book include James West (editor) Charles Brown; Tom Barber & Sandra Westland; Tony Gammidge; Emma Hollamby; Anthea Hendry; Carlotta Raby; Dominic T Plant; Nili Sigal; Dominik Havsteen-FranklinRichard Kidgell & Janice Lobhan; Gillian Solomon; Sheila Butler; Martin Weegman; Tania Korsak Najma, Tania Kaczynski & Jon Martyn & Sarah Deco. Available now on AMAZON https://amzn.to/32yNw9v
Everybody has a Story. In these conversations Jane and Dan invite selected guests in to explore what they consider to be the origins of who they are and what they do, and how their own stories show up in their work, their creative practise or their mission. In this conversation Olivia Hirst talks about her first play at the Edinburgh Festival that she devised knowing she carried BRCA1, a genetic mutation which increases her possibility of getting breast and ovarian cancer. She talks about the strong women in her family who also feature in the play and other productions she's since produced at The New Diorama Theatre in London. Notably The Incident Room which investigates the investigation of the Yorkshire Ripper.
Everybody has a Story. In these conversations Jane and Dan invite selected guests in to explore what they consider to be the origins of who they are and what they do, and how their own stories show up in their work, their creative practise or their mission. In this conversation Karen Fisch talks about her early days as a Greenham Common activist and how playing music and singing during that time grew into her performing as George Micheal and Frank, or Frankie Sinatra and her participation of the documentary REBEL DYKES which opens as part of the BFI FLARE Festival this week. karenfisch.co.uk @FrankieSinatra rebeldykes1980s.com @rebeldykes bfi.org.uk/flare/films/rebel-dykes @housemanvoice @kingfrankisina @BFI
Dan Milne tells the fascinating origin story of Narativ. Twenty years ago Dan directed Paul Browde and Murray Nossel in a theatre piece called TWO MEN TALKING. The telling of their personal stories about growing up in South Africa took them to New York, London, South Africa, The Edinburgh Festival and beyond. That theatrical journey grew and gave birth to the storytelling and listening that is the Narativ Method used today. In a completion of the circle, many of the participants of Narativ workshops go on to develop their personal stories into theatre and other creative works. This short series of podcasts will talk about some of those works.
Past, Present & Future

Past, Present & Future

2021-01-1231:49

Dan and Jane talk about the past year and setting and intention for the new one. If you'd like to join a Narativ Story Circle, subscribe to our newsletter for updates and invitations at Narativ.uk
Be Here Now

Be Here Now

2020-12-1706:04

Narativ director Jane Nash guides a meditation to help connect to the present moment and awaken your senses.
Narativ Ground Rule #5 is We are responsible for listening to ourselves and one another with compassion, infinite ability and creativity. Dan and Jane talk about having compassion for ourselves during a challenging time and hearing, for the first time, compassion expressed for a person who committed a terrible crime. LISTEN to the BBC Radio broadcast that Jane talks about here:~ https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p08z3nlc
Dan and Jane talk about the power of words and their ability to transform through Narativ Ground Rule #1 #Co-accounting @CoAccSL #PatsyRodenberg #Presidentialelection #thepoweroflistening #listening
Jane and Dan return to discussing the Power of Listening and how the new world needs it more than ever. They talk Presidential debates and mute buttons, culture change in the corporate world, and how Listening always starts with ourselves. Guy Garvey bbc.co.uk/programmes/m00010q1 Listening Project bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01cqx3b Story Corps www.storycorps.org
The second part of our podcast on Business Storytelling. Dan and Jane talk about telling Origin Stories, Milestone Stories, Impact Stories and Future Stories for your business.
Part One: Dan and Jane talk about finding and telling the story for you business.
Jane and Dan talk about the importance and power of telling your personal story.
Radical Listening

Radical Listening

2020-06-1131:46

Jane and Dan talk about the relationship between the pandemic and the BLM protest, about advocacy and the generative power of listening in this moment to create a space where all voices are heard.
PART TWO of Jane and Dan discussing telling your Mother's story for the Word Mother Storytelling Project. WATCH the World Mother Storytelling Project on YouTube www.youtube.com/watch?v=EIKvyBDpt…&feature=youtu.be
Jane Nash tells a true story about a rain storm and the kindness of a stranger for Mental Health Awareness Week 2020...
Jane and Dan discuss telling your Mother's story for the Word Mother Storytelling Project. WATCH the World Mother Storytelling Project on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EIKvyBDptH0&feature=youtu.be
Jane and Dan talk about Narativ's World Mother Storytelling Project and the live event on Sunday 10th May. Narativ London were part of the WORLD MOTHER STORYTELLING PROJECT that was streamed live online from The Town Hall in New York City. The event was created and presented by Narativ Founder Murray Nossel. Children listen to and tell their mother's stories. WATCH the event on Youtube www.youtube.com/watch?v=EIKvyBDptH0&feature=youtu.be
Dan and Jane talk about not breaking a fast with family at the end of Ramadan and family rituals and traditions - those newly created in isolation and those remembered from childhood.
As the UK extends another three weeks in lockdown, Dan and Jane talk about what lessons we might be learning during this period and finding purpose when no end to the collective story is in sight.
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