Danyah Miller

Danyah Miller raised her family on stories. She is an international storyteller, solo performer, writer and story trainer. Her award-winning flagship production of ‘I Believe in Unicorns’ is currently in London’s West End and on tour throughout 2023. Michael Morpurgo calls her, ‘One of the great storytellers.’

As an educator, she has seen how storytelling enables profound change. She co-produced two West End musicals, All You need is Love in 2001, and Olivier nominated Soul Sister (Life of Ike and Tina Turner) in 2012 and ‘Pippi Longstocking the Swashbuckling Musical Adventure’ with Royal & Derngate Northampton in 2019. She studied drama, dance and English at Bretton Hall College, and later improvisation, mime and physical theatre at Lecoq, Paris.

As a story trainer she delivers storytelling nationally in a range of educational and theatre settings. Her online workshops reach an international audience. She was a workshop leader at The International School of Storytelling for over 10 years. 

For two years Danyah was the regular storyteller on BBC Three Counties Radio.

You can read her Guardian ‘Top Ten Tips for Storytelling with Children’.