Kevin Groves currently lives in ‘White Cliffs Country’, Dover, UK. From a young age he found a love for ancient Egypt as well as many other historical periods.
Much of Kevin’s story telling revolves around the classic literature of ancient Egypt, although he still enjoys drawing on tales across the centuries – including some that leap beyond the mundane and pull from his enjoyment of fantasy and gothic horror genres.
Kevin welcomes any invitation to talk at your festival or private event in person or over video link. Drop him a message and see where it will take you! Use the form below to contact me or if you rather use phone then 07900 230783 or email kgroves [at] kevingrovesstoryteller.uk will also work.
Kevin is a contributor to international, national and local projects, groups and events. Some examples include:
PHB Free Fringe @ Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2021 – ONLINE (Six shows)
Kemetic Temple UK Glastonbury ONLINE, May 2021
Colour Of The Oak, April 2021
Tribal Gathering Spring Festival 2021 – March 2021
Glastonbury Bardic Moot, Jan and Feb 2021
Pagan Pathways Moot Stafford (8 December 2019)
CoA Witchest Online 2020 (From 2 may 2020)
Scottish Pagan Federation Online Conference 2020 (Starting 25 April 2020, 5 day festival)
Winter and Christmas Storytelling for White Cliffs Countryside Partnership at Samphire Hoe (8 December 2019)
Storytelling at St. Edmunds Chapel with Dover Talespinners, Tales of Mullah Nasruddin (16 November 2019)
His first book ‘A Path Laid Bare’ (2013) is available from The Wolfenhowle Press, with his ‘House Of Kiya’ series of booklets on various magical subjects and the first in a new series on ancient Egypt released Jan 2021.
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