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Danyah Miller

Storyteller - Writer - Artist

WORKSHOP:  Storytelling and Presentation Skills

‘Let thy speech be better than silence or be silent’ - Dionysius Of Halicarnassus

Stories are persuasive, memorable and engaging. By using story skills in your presentation, you’ll be more able to connect deeply with your audience, building their trust and boosting your credibility.

Danyah will share four key components she’s learnt as a performer and trainer to ensure impactful and powerful delivery of your message. Participants will have the opportunity to play story games to practice skills and increase confidence. There will be time for a Q&A at the end of the session.

* Danyah is based in England, available for in-person and virtually

Why Storytelling?

Our lives are stories. These, and the stories around us, form a powerful sense of who we are and who we will become. We tell stories everyday, as we interact with our families, friends and colleagues. Storytelling is a large part of what makes us human.


Sometimes we confuse activity with accomplishment. Nowadays we live our lives at such a fast pace that we need permission to take a break. Storytelling gives us that opportunity. Stories give peace to our minds and feed our souls, so that we can meet the world renewed and with new vitality.

Imagination is like a muscle, it needs exercise, just as our legs and arms do. In a world of passive media, stories and storytelling activities play an important role in strengthening imagination.

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Danyah Miller performing in the West End


Guest Blog: 'The Best of Theatre Changes Us Forever': Storyteller Danyah Miller on Imagination and the Power of Story in I BELIEVE IN UNICORNS.  Read here.


“Danyah’s one of the great storytellers in this country. She brings stories to life in the most enchanting way.”   - Michael Morpurgo (author of War Horse)

“Danyah Miller is a consummate storyteller” - The List (Edinburgh Fringe Festival)

About The Artist

Danyah Miller is an enthusiastic public speaker, articulate and humorous. Based in the UK, she is the artistic director of Olivier nominated Wizard Presents. As an award-winning writer, storyteller, and solo performer she has performed across the UK, including multiple seasons in London’s West End, and internationally in Europe, Asia and USA. She works in theatres, universities, schools and libraries and in the corporate arena. Clients include Disney, Amey plc, Cheltenham Racecourse, plc, Westminster City Council, Waterstones, AL Marketing Communications Ltd, ASpace.


Danyah is a storytelling trainer, including an associate teacher at The International School of Storytelling for over 10 years. She mentors on a one to one basis. Danyah believes that when we’re empowered to find our own storytelling voice this can have a huge positive impact upon confidence, concentration, team-work, imagination, problem solving, powers of persuasion and presentation skills.


She has starred in five solo shows, Meet Astrid Lindgren’s Pippi Longstocking, Kika’s Birthday, Perfectly Imperfect Women, Why the Whales Came and I Believe in Unicorns the latter two both by Michael Morpurgo. She’s recently created a five star ‘Theatre in a Box’ production based on The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett. 

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