Peter has been storytelling since 1999, and has entertained audiences all over Britain and further with his tales from the Indian Subcontinent. His parents migrated to Britain from the Punjab region in the 1950's, and though he was born in the Midlands, Peter grew up using Punjabi as his first language. He combines these two cultures seamlessly to tell stories full of life, wisdom, and humour.

World Wide

His Storytelling has taken him to Belgium, The Netherlands, Ireland, Norway, India, Greece, and many schools, festivals, libraries and community groups all over Britain. He has also told his stories on BBC Radio Four, BBC Asian Network, and many local radio stations.

One of only a handful of full-time Indian Storytellers working in Britain today, Peter's performances have been described by others as: energetic, totally engaging, and always told with warmth and great relish.

Kim Normanton producer, Loftus Productions, for BBC Radio 4

"Peter transports the listener into his world with remarkable energy and great expression... His cheeky smile, wry humour, and rich voice are a winning combination... I was spellbound"

Click to see Peter's film for BBC Video Nation

THE SW@N CLUB Spoken Word At Newhampton

Storytelling, poetry, a tune, or a song!
Take part, or just sit back and enjoy the many different voices that make
Wolverhampton such a vibrant city.
First Monday of the month (except August) 8pm.
The Newhampton Inn
Riches Street (off Newhampton Road West) Wolverhampton WV6 0DW
Suggested donation 3.00 per person