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Everyone a Maker: Stories Come Alive
Sunday 28 January
IN A NUTSHELL
A brilliantly colourful playful interactive storytelling and story-making session for families.
Join in with interactive storytelling and then make up your own story inspired by a special object. Please bring in an object from your home or culture that you would like to use in your story.
WHAT TO EXPECT
Lots of props, actions, joining in, being playful and creative. Together we will make a story and take it away in our hearts. (We will NOT be writing anything down!)
Vanessa Woolf tells stories that are real, exciting, magical and engaging, often using props and music. She performs nationally and internationally, her many clients include the Royal Academy of Arts, Kew Gardens, National Geographic, Kensington Palace, Royal College of Music, V&A, Selfridges, Big Fish Little Fish, the Unicorn Theatre, the Conway Hall and many more. She has works with Walker Books and Harper Collins to create festival workshops and has curated afternoon of family stories with Guy Garvey for the Southbank’s Meltdown Festival.
This event is part of National Storytelling Week
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
'Her playful, inclusive method of storytelling makes the audience feel like they are helping her to create the story' Bea Colley, Southbank Centre Imagine festival
'It was a pleasure working with you and to see the children so engaged and entertained.' Zainab Chohan, Young Muslim Writers Awards (Muslim Hands)
'Vanessa was a true inspiration for our group. Her energy and openness allowed each individual to feel encouraged to have a go.' Little Jungle Nursery
WHY DOES RICH MIX MATTER?
'Rich Mix is at the heart of the community encouraging creative conversations and cultural adventures.'
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THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW
Suitable for children aged 5 plus and their families. This is a workshop for adults and children to work together!
This event is wheelchair accessible.