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Justine de Mierre

Justine de Mierre storyteller by JS Watts


With over 25 years professional performance experience, Justine came to storytelling from a background in community and street theatre.

Her storytelling practice So… what’s the story? has seen her telling and hosting at festivals and events nationally and internationally including the International Storytelling Festival in Marrakech, StorySeed Festival in Timisoara, Romania (as part of European Capital of Culture), Cambridge Folk Festival, Edinburgh Literary Festival, Folk East and The UK’s National Centre for the Folk Arts.

Her eclectic storytelling work ranges from telling and facilitating in schools, libraries and prisons, to performing adults only one-woman storytelling shows, to facilitating story sharing through drama for learning disabled people.

Justine is a passionate, energetic and inventive performer who delights in connecting playfully with audiences wherever she finds them. She has extensive experience storytelling, story creating and facilitating workshops and performances with schools and community groups.

She has a particular interest in working with those with additional needs, and contributed to the book “Storytelling, Special Needs and Disabilities Practical Approaches for Children and Adults” edited by Dr Nicola Grove, published by Routledge.

Works with

18+ (Adult), 16-18 (Post 16), 14-16 (KS4), 11-14 (KS3), 7-11 (KS2), 5-7 (KS1), 3-5 (EYFS 2)


Rates start at £150 half day and £250 full day depending on requirements. Travel at £45 per mile


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