Storyteller Dolores Hydock delights Birmingham

I remember thinking years ago, “you’ve got to be kidding.”

After all, what could be more boring than to have to sit and listen to someone tell a story for an hour?

Renowned storyteller Dolores Hydock has taught me a thing or two about being too judgmental in advance.

No matter what subject she chooses, Hydock’s tales are engaging, informative and loads of fun.

Dolores Hydock

Dolores Hydock talks about what people will do for money while appearing at Peham's Public Library on 4/22/12.

Dolores makes it impossible for you not to be entertained.

Colleen and I enjoyed seeing Dolores perform over the weekend at the Pelham Public Library when she told some great stories about–of all things–money.

A featured storyteller at the National Storytelling Festival, Dolores has won numerous awards for her work.  If you go to see her, you’ll understand why.

We’re lucky that Dolores calls Birmingham home; she frequently makes appearances throughout the area.  If you’d like to catch one of her shows, check out her website by clicking here.

Dolores has several more appearances scheduled in the coming months, including in Crestline, Homewood and Hoover.

Just one warning if you wind up going to see Dolores:  You’ll get hooked, and will want to go back for more.

David

About David Black

Colleen and David Black love what they do, and that's helping people who want to buy or sell homes in the Birmingham and Shelby Co. area achieve their dreams...

Posted on April 23, 2012, in Quality of Life and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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