‘Tell Me a Story’ is a European Lifelong Learning Project that developed a series of interesting urban stories related to different cities and regions in Europe to be used in tour guiding. It created innovative methods and tools for multilingual learning targeted at tourist guides, using the vehicle of storytelling.

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An example of popular theatre: the Bruscello

The “Bruscello” is an example of popular theatre in Montepulciano, related to a tradition that has not gone lost in modern times and that is very important to the village inhabitants. Traditional stories are sung and played in the main square for three evenings in sequence ending on August 15 night. The screenplays are always written by the village young people and set to music by the local musical Institute. All the people taking part to the “Bruscello”, both actors and technicians, commit completely to it, spending...
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“Tell me a Story” at the European day of languages

27.09.2014
The “Tell Me a Story” project was widely promoted during the event celebrating the European Day of Languages on September 27th, 2014 in Sofia, Bulgaria.
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