Sun, Moon, Stars, Planets

Hubble Ultra-Deep Field, courtesy NASA/STScI

I always looked up to the night sky and I am blessed to be living in the Pembrokeshire National Park, away from city lights. This section is what motivated my interests in mythologies and storytelling as I wondered: what did other cultures see in the sky? The answers, I am discovering, are diverse and fascinating.

I can offer tellings of star stories from around the world, also involving the Moon, the Sun and planets. The stories can be accompanied by a slide show of astronomical images and interspersed with a touch of astronomy. They would beautifully complement star gazing activities.

Since the winter of 2020, I have been offering online events with storytelling, images and music in collaboration with the wonderful and generous musician and sound artist Fallen Butnotdown, you can listen to his work on all music streaming platforms, in particular on  SpotifyApple MusicSoundcloud.

Prompted by the lock-downs, some of these stories are now part of the Tales of a Starry Night podcast.


Past performances:

“Thank you for the fabulous stories this evening, evocative and inspiring.”

  • Ancient Stories under the Stars. An archaeological and mythical exploration of the Preseli Hills organised by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, April 2021. 

“That was wonderful. Loved the story telling.”

Thank you both – a fantastic event, brilliant story telling.”

“We both THOROUGHLY enjoyed each talk by Alice Courvoisier, her story telling was wonderful and especially The Wonders of the Night Sky, she held us all in awe, (she can tell me stories any time) we were entranced!!!!” 2019 York Festival of Ideas Attendees.