Stacia Keogh

I have a diverse and rich background in performance and teaching.  I have created and told stories as a Performance Storyteller in the USA, Ireland and UK. What I learned as an Artist in Residence, Director and Actor working with diverse populations is how stories connect us to our ourselves, each other, our history and help us envision our future.

My dream was to work internationally as an actor. After being cast in a series of Irish plays I got my Irish Citizenship and lived in Ireland learning about my family myself and the rich storytelling tradition I come from. Then I came to London to learn technique ‘from the best’ and pursue my theatrical dream.  You teach what you want to learn and I taught and examined with LAMDA  (London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts) working in businesses when a ‘resting actor’ with advertising agencies and production houses; notably J Walter Thompson, The Really Useful Group, Imagination and the Education Team at Kew Gardens.  I also discovered a vibrant storytelling community, The Crick Crack Club, and furthered my knowledge of what story could be and do.

Now I work with businesses and entrepreneurs to build story based presentations defining their brand, connecting with their vision and relating to their audience.

I uncover the STORY behind the good idea, the business practice, the service, the product and enable you to weave your message through all of your communication with impact. Whether inspiring your team, standing out to clients or introducing a new practice, idea or innovation online or LIVE, I can help you stand out from the crowd and articulate your value attracting the right people with a clear message and a great story.

“I didn’t know I needed a Tagline and after an hour I have a fabulous one that will help me get speaking in any situation.”
Helen Gifford
“Great morning Stacia! Made me think outside of the box and find things to say that will touch people’s emotions. Thank you!”
Asya Barskaya-Lebed Photography
“Brilliant. Made me think differently. More to offer than I realised. 60 minutes well spent.”
Pipe Major Graham Waller