https://exeterramm.admit-one.eu/?p=tickets&perfCode=4533&ev=4375 The Superhero Beaver and other Beaver TailsTues 26th October10.30 – 12 noon£3.50 per child (1 accompanying adult per child)Courtyard Heard the story about the beaver who saved the world? Do you know how the beaver got a flat tail?
Two tigers saw a tabby cat Walking by their cage They dashed over to gobble it But then became enraged The tabby, though, just stood there It didn’t run away The look it gave the angry pair Seemed to me
https://www.linkedin.com/posts/leadingandlearning_storytelling-is-an-artform-stories-have-activity-6842011977389346817-3IJP First foray Down Under thanks to Paul Jones at The King’s School, Sydney, Australia Storytelling is an art form. Stories have been told in every land and culture, throughout the ages. This week, Year 3 launched an inquiry into
If you like this, check out the album this song is from – UNCLE WOLF – available to download here https://clivepig.bandcamp.com/album/uncle-wolf
THE THREE LITTLE PIXIES OF DARTMOOR & THE SPRITES OF BURYAN Want to know the difference between a pixie and a spriggan, or a knocker from a sprite? Bring your fairies and pixies to Soapbox Theatre and storyteller Clive PiG
Angkor was once the capital of the Khmer kingdom, but nothing lasts forever. In the 14th century there was a wealthy grandma known as Lady Penh living on the outskirts of a village located in present day Phnom Penh. During
Fantastic few days of storytelling at Northbridge International School and Australian International School in Phnom Penh. Big thanks to Kate Watson-Penhall, Stacey Cadence Hilgenberg and Authors Abroad for making this happen. Dear Clive, I hope Phnom Penh is treating you
The Muisca people of the Andes, believed that Laguna de Guatavita was created by a crashing meteor that transported a golden god who resided in the lake’s floor. The legend says the lake is where the Muisca celebrated a ritual