Book Peter Snow
Peter Snow tells stories from all over the world, but mostly from Scotland and Ireland. There is a special place in his heart for the tales of Enid Blyton’s Brer Rabbit.
Peter’s love of storytelling goes back to childhood when his father would tell him stories when he was confined to bed with asthma. Though the asthma has now faded the stories remain.
Peter is happy telling to most age-groups, from primary age to adults and the elderly. During his colourful career, Peter has been a barman, psychiatric nurse and goat-herder in Corsica. Until 2012, he taught English and Drama at the Edinburgh Rudolf Steiner School, uses storytelling as an integral part of its pedagogy.
Peter has told stories in barns, schools and all sorts of venues across Britain, including buses and round campfires. He is the author of A Rosslyn Treasury (Floris Books) and of a collection of Celtic Tales is due out autumn 2017.