Helen M Sant became a storyteller in 2003 after dabbling with theatrical ghost walks. She has told stories at museums, festivals, parks, shops, schools, libraries, residential homes and street corners. Her audiences range from the very young to the very senior and her stories range from legends and myths to history and folklore. Helen runs the York Festival of Storytelling, celebrating the vocal tradition of stories.
Also a writer of short stories, poetry and plays Helen is currently working on a novel. Her stories for children were published by Endpapers in 2005 as part of the Breadcrumbs project in York.