The New Zealand Guild of Storytellers

Storytelling At Sunset In Thames. March 12, 2016
Posted: March 22nd, 2016 by Keith Levy | Leave a comment

Keith

Thank you so much for sharing your stories with us and our friends on a beautiful balmy evening in Thames recently. We did so enjoy our listening experience. You had a message which touched every single person. Your wisdom, humour and vocal ability had us all captivated. We look forward to many more magic moments.

Prue and Geoff Furkert. Thames.



A Kaiaua Coast Concert For Luthier Noel Sweetman, March 16, 2016
Posted: March 16th, 2016 by Keith Levy | Leave a comment

I travelled today to the Kaiaua Seabird Coast on The Firth of Thames to meet up with an extraordinary friend in Keith Levy. As The Roaming Rhymester he presents his own worldly tales, with guitar accompaniment, in an original and often quirky mix of rhyme, free verse and social commentary. He kept me captivated for an hour with an impromptu concert, the likes of which I have never heard before. Do attend if he’s doing a gig near you…

Noel Sweetman. Luthier,

Te Miro. Cambridge.



  

  

Tararu Rest Home, Thames, March 14, 2016
Posted: March 14th, 2016 by Keith Levy | Leave a comment

Hi Keith
Thank you so much for entertaining our Residents at Tararu this afternoon.  
They thoroughly enjoyed your story telling accompanied with guitar.  
We would love to have you entertain again at Tararu.

Jan Ward,
Facility Manager
Bupa Care Services NZ
Thames.



Carson’s Bookshop, Thames. March 11, 2016
Posted: March 11th, 2016 by Keith Levy | Leave a comment

We have just had an enjoyable hour or so with Keith Levy, The Roaming Rhymester. 
Thanks Keith, we really enjoyed your musings. Come back again. The girls at Carson's Bookshop.
I can certainly recommend him for an event.
Joanne, Manager Carson's Bookshop, 
Thames.


Whangateau Acoustic Music And Social Club Event, February 29, 2016
Posted: March 5th, 2016 by Keith Levy | Leave a comment

…and I hope you all enjoyed The Roaming Rhymester:┬áKeith Levy.┬áHe certainly did deliver with his poignant, witty, and insightful poetry and stories, told so very musically…

Jenine Abarbanel.

Whangateau.