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School & Library sessions

Performances and Workshops that include bright, traditional stories retold from many cultures.

Carefully designed for Nursery, Infant and Junior pupils.

There are special sessions for special schools, and lots of lovely storytelling for libraries.

I would be delighted to answer any of your questions.

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After school sessions

Invite parents and carers - with their children - to an after school storytelling performance. (e.g. 3:15 to 4:15)

Let the adults share what their children have enjoyed. And they'll learn a few things at the same time.

This is available as an extra session when you have booked a whole day with me, so you can turn your three session day into four.

Maximum audience size is 95 and cost is only £95.

Storytelling Evenings - no longer available

Bright and colourful storytelling performances that all the family will enjoy. Let your parents see, hear and enjoy the type of entertainment their children have experienced during the day!
It's a great opportunity to:

  • meet parents for a social evening
  • promote your literacy work
  • sell books
  • relax and have fun

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Other Venues - no longer available

I am available to perform at many other venues

Festivals, Theatres, Celebrations of all types etc.

Storytelling performances can last from 20 minutes to an hour or more

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Diverse Cultures

I retell stories from a wide range of cultures, countries and continents.

I tell them in a way that enables children to access them, participate in them and enjoy them.

The children can use genuine instruments from Africa, S. America and elsewhere.

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World Book Day 2018 The date for World Book Day 2018 is Thursday 1st March.

At the moment, I have no dates available in that week.

Details accurate as at Jan. 2018

The children were spellbound. They thought the stories and songs were wonderful. Most went home and told them to their family. This is definitely a day to be recommended.

Sawtry Infant School, Cambridge.

Staff and pupils always know they are in for a treat when Charlie visits - but when he came in May this year he was totally brilliant!
Pupils from 7 to 11 were captivated - you could hear a pin drop - their concentration was absolute.
Of course they liked to join in too. Charlie, having taught for many years, has an excellent relationship with the children - he has complete control - although they can be very excited, he never allows them to 'get out of hand'.

Forest School, Snaresbrook, London.