About Me

Kim Kilpatrick

I have been practicing the art of storytelling for ten years.  I tell a wide variety of stories from folktales to historic selections.  I am particularly known for my autobiographical stories which explore life as a person who is totally blind.  These stories are humourous, insiteful, and entertaining.  They are well received by audiences of all ages.
I am comfortable performing for groups of all ages and sizes.
I have performed on the NAC fourth stage as a storyteller every year from 2004 on.
I've also been featured at storytelling festivals in Montreal, Toronto, and Saint Mary's Ontario.

I perform regularly in schools around Ottawa as a MASC artist.
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I am a member of the gig group for Ottawa Storytellers.
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I also have performed at story slams, museums, cafes, parks, and many other venues.
My storytelling and disability awareness presentations are a must for your company or department as you learn about accessibility and accommodation for people with disabilities.

What happens when I try to hatch a dragon from chocolate eggs?
Hear about my experiences as a paralympic athlete
What adventures do I have when I drive my boss's car?
What occurs when my brother tries to build me a magic boat that I can drive?
Why am I not able to read my braille book in class?
Why do drama students make the best readers?
How did that guy fall off his bike?
To find out, book me as a storyteller.