Lynette’s Diary

Upcoming Events

7:30 pm Saturday, 17 October 2020

Tales Tattled & Told – on Zoom

Come along and enjoy a night of all those things you didn’t realize you’ve been missing: ukulele music, hedgehog folklore, spooky Halloween tales and more great stories for grownups!


It’s that time of the year again: the nights are turning longer, a chill wind rattles your windows and the veil between the worlds all but vanishes. What better time to gather round for a night of spooky stories and whimsical music?

Milton Keynes singer/songwriter and Ukulele Festival regular Phil Dyer brings some of the greatest hits from his new CD ‘Get Drunk and Sing.’ And what on earth is a Sourtoe Cocktail? Thirsty, anyone?

Join the amazing Terrie Howey (aka Red Phoenix), 2017 Bard of Stony Stratford Stephen Hobbs, Northampton talespinner Richard York and their colleague in confabulation Lynette Hill for a night of laughter and perhaps a few shivers. You’ll also get more music from the popular local duo Mike Halls and Chrissy Leonhardt.

This event is intended for adults; that is, people aged 16 and older.

Entry is free, although you must register for tickets (click here) and Zoom details. Donations to support ongoing Tales Tattled & Told performances are appreciated but not required.

The evening is dedicated to the memory of Sandy Clarke, a founding member of Tales Tattled & Told who sadly passed away in July, 2020.

7:30 pm Saturday, 21 November 2020

Tales Tattled & Told – on Zoom

A night of storytelling for grown-ups!

This event is intended for adults; that is, people aged 16 and older.

Entry is free, although you must register for tickets and the Zoom link. Donations to support ongoing Tales Tattled & Told performances are appreciated but not required.

7:30 pm Saturday, 19 December 2020

Tales Tattled & Told – on Zoom

A night of storytelling for grown-ups!

This event is intended for adults; that is, people aged 16 and older.

Entry is free, although you must register for tickets and the Zoom link. Donations to support ongoing Tales Tattled & Told performances are appreciated but not required.

Past Events

Sadly, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, all live events from March, 2020 have been cancelled until further notice.

7:30 pm Saturday, 21 March 2020

Cancelled – Tales Tattled & Told – the March Edition

7:30 pm Saturday, 15 February 2020

Tales Tattled & Told – the February Edition

7:30 pm Sunday 2 February 2020

Tales Tattled & Told@the Crown

10 am-1 pm 1 February 2020 Saturday

LBBS Monthly Workshop #3 – Storytelling

One of the secrets to great communication is our ability to share stories. Great stories can transform our lives, whether we tell stories to advance our career, pitch our idea, start a company, learning the art of storytelling is key to take your dreams from imagination to reality.
Professional Story Teller - Lynette Hill - will present and interactive workshop which will assist participants to get their ideas and concept understood by using storytelling techniques.

Hosted by Leighton Buzzard Speakers
7:30pm Saturday 25th January 2020

Tales Tattled & Told – a Fiver for the Foodbank

An evening of performance storytelling and music in support of the Milton Keynes Food Bank with Lynette Hill Stephen Hobbs Sandy Clarke John Marshall & Martin Small (MK Food Bank) Music by the acoustic choir Gracenotes Saturday 25th January 2020 7:30pm (doors 7pm) The Rectory Cottages, 49 Church Green Road, Bletchley, MK3 6DD £5 entry; all proceeds go to the food bank refreshments for sale (tickets available on-line/Eventbrite or at the door) contact – lynettehillstoryteller@gmail.com

7:30 pm Saturday, 18 January 2020
7:30 pm Saturday, 21 December 2020

Tales Tattled & Told – the December Edition

7:30 pm Saturday, 16 November 2019

Tales Tattled & Told – the November Edition

7:30 pm Saturday, 19 October 2019

Tales Tattled & Told – the October Edition

7:30 pm Saturday, 5 July 2019

Tales of Intrigue & Independence

Saturday, 30 March 2019 – Tales of Fools and Foolishness


Saturday, 16th February 2019 – Tales of Love and Longing, Bletchley