Storytelling at The Crown and De La Warr

I am doing two storytelling sessions in next few days, including a bit of den building, some architectural action songs, and a happysad performance about my kids growing up.

‘Look At Him Go’ at The Crown, this Sunday, 8th May, 11:30 AM

‘Look at Him Go’  features a selection of poems and songs that I wrote about my children growing up and moving on from splashing in puddles and riding on shoulders to walking to school on their own and getting too tall for soft play.


The performance is for all children and adults but perhaps with a special appeal to parents and children aged around 8 to 12 . There are poems about scootering in hospital, bonding over CS Lewis stories and learning about the big wide world through becoming a hill.

Here’s one of the songs in the performance: ‘Whatever The Colour’:

Tales For Toddlers at The De La Warr, this Monday, 9th May

For Ages 18 months – 5 years

Choice of two sessions:
Session 1 – 10.15 – 11am
Session 2 – 11.15am – 12noon

£1 each (all ages 0-5years & Adults), members go free (one adult only).

Both exhibitions at The De La Warr have an architectural theme, which is fabulous because it gives us a good excuse to do some den building!

We’ll do a little trail around one of the exhibitions and then create a story-den with boxes, bubble wrap, lining paper etc.

We’ll finish with a story and a building-related action song called ‘Let’s Build’ that I’ve written especially.

I think it’s going to be a good one!






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