Graham Langley

Graham is a Read for Good storyteller in Hull Royal Infirmary and has recently retired from his role at Birmingham Children’s Hospital, where he started in 2010.

Described by The Times as “a storyteller for the 21st century,” Graham is a storyteller with an international reputation – often taking his unique “Brummie” style to tell abroad.

In 2004, he founded the Young Storyteller of the Year competition and he also led the acclaimed storytelling anti-bullying project in schools – ‘Talking Sense’. Graham has worked in the arts and education all his life.

Graham just loves telling stories to anyone and anywhere, but he describes telling in hospitals as “The best ever”.

“When they made Graham, they threw the mould away… he has been a credit to your organisation, an outstanding storyteller with our pupils and very helpful to our staff too. I personally will miss his positive disposition around James Brindley.”

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