Children’s Storytelling Carnival Day
November 11 @ 12:00 pmFree
FREE stories, activities and workshops a-plenty on the Stade.
If it’s wet, don’t fret! All our stories are under cover:
Programme (subject to change)
12 & 1.30pm: Out of the Hat by Long Nose Puppets
When Doris and Delilah wake up to find something strange and sparkly has fallen from the sky, they are inspired to put on the world’s greatest magic show! But HOW do you make real magic happen?
2.15 & 3.25pm: Jan Blake
Leading storyteller, Jan Blake, has been performing worldwide for over twenty five years. Specialising in diverse stories, she has a well-earned reputation for dynamic and generous storytelling.
12.45 & 2.20pm: Kevin Graal
Highly skilled local storyteller, Kevin Graal, has a repertoire of
interactive stories, riddles, songs and rhymes from around the world.
12 & 1.45pm: Spud and Yam
A new commission by Storytellers in Residence, Kate Corkery and Winston Nzinga, aka Spud & Yam. They have been bringing their unique Irish/Jamaican mix of educational and entertaining stories
of plastic waste to local schools throughout the week.
12 & 3.15pm: Xanthe Gresham
A Sussex based storyteller whose highly energetic and distinctive
style has captivated audiences all over the world.
All afternoon: Richard Storybeard
Another local gem of a storyteller. Snuggle down and soak up magical tales told in a cosy yurt.
12 & 1.45pm: Circo Rum Ba Ba, L’Hotel
The loopy hosts of L’Hotel make Basil Fawlty look positively in control. One of the funniest pieces of live street performance you’ll ever see!
12.45 & 3.15pm: Snow Globe
Wave to the Snow Queen, as she drifts through the festival in her miniature world of sparkling snow and ice.
3pm: Children’s Parade
Join the parade through the Old Town with hats, drums, banners and whistles!
All afternoon: Cart of Wonders
Radiator Arts bring us folklore stories on wheels.
ILLUSTRATION: © SARAH EVANS
Stade Open Space, TN34 3FJ
SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE
Programme subject to change.