MoonShadow Stories provides comprehensive professional storytelling services to suit both adult and child audiences. We work closely with clients to customize and create storytelling content for performances, workshops and training. We also consult for festivals, educational, government and corporate organizations and institutions. We tell stories, we create stories, and we write stories. We teach the art of storytelling and we show you how to incorporate stories and storytelling for your requirements. Like the mystical banyan tree, the realm of stories is multitude as its leaves, is ancient as its roots and diverse as its branches. Whisper your wishes to the tree and she will reveal her ancient wisdom to you.

Customised Content Creation

MoonShadow Stories’ extensive knowledge of stories and the craft of storytelling has resulted in numerous projects centred upon adapting and re-telling stories to suit the client’s requirements. We have worked with chefs in restaurants to provide stories that revolve around the food on the menu, we have sourced for fishy tales suitable for telling within a cavernous inflatable giant nylon fish anchored in a park, we have curated folklore material for women’s organizations, we have created stories that bring alive museum exhibits and artefacts, we have advised on folktale animation projects, provided material for story anthologies and promoted books and literature through our storytelling. {Find out more}


Both Kamini and Verena have been instrumental in the revival of the art of storytelling in Singapore through the consistent public performances organized by MoonShadow Stories. As founder members of the Storytelling Association (Singapore) and consultants for the Singapore International Storytelling Festival, they have many years of combined experience in planning and executing storytelling performances, workshops and events that cater to all levels of audiences. MoonShadow Stories’ international links with storytellers around the world has facilitated overseas travel and storytelling exchanges. Their work in mentoring and nurturing local storytellers translates into providing a group or team of storytellers for specific large scale events. {Find out more}