Sandra Agard is a Storyteller, Writer, Literature Development Officer and Cultural Historian. To find out more about what Sandra does click the button belowRead about Sandra's Services
Recent and Upcoming Events04feb
Tell the whole world your favourite poem.
10am to 2pm. North Cross Road Market, SE22 9EV31jan
Still I Rise: the poetry of Maya Angelou
7pm to 8.30pm Peckham Library SE15 5JR
Sandra A Agard is a Storyteller, Writer, Literature Consultant, Book Doctor and Cultural Historian. She runs regular storytelling, creative writing, reading, oral history and literature sessions. Her short stories have been published in “Tales, Myths and Legends”, “Time for Telling” and “Unheard Voices”.
She has also written several plays:
- “Conjuring Tales” which she co-wrote with Brenda Agard was performed at the Tom Allen Centre.
- “Women and Sisters” was performed at The Royal Court Upstairs.
- “Abena’s Stupidest Mistake” was performed at The Drill Hall in association with Talawa Theatre Company
- “Treasures of the Rainforest” was a touring show performed with Flautist and Composer Keith Waithe.
About My Work
Storytelling and Performances
Sandra tells stories from all around the globe. She creates unique interactive storytelling experiences that will make you part of the story. Her stories include a range of African, Caribbean, African-American, and World Tales. Her performances also include fairy tales, poetic readings and dramatic readings.
Sandra teaches creative writing and runs regular writers groups. Through her classes; book doctor surgeries and word games she creates a love for reading and writing in people of all ages. She also promotes literary events and talks by authors.
Sandra brings history to life through performances about a range of prominent historical figures such as Mary Seacole, Harriet Tubman, Langston Hughes, Maya Angelou and Martin Luther King Jr. She also provides reminiscences workshops exploring the cultural and historical impact of African/Caribbean and Black British communities.