First foray far afield since Myanmar, Cambodia, and Saudi Arabia in 2020. Thanks to https://www.dreamonproductions.com/ and Dawn Darling of FIS.
A story to warm your cockles Dartmoor Storytellers presents New Light – Stories for the Winter Solstice The nights are long, and the sun is at its lowest point: after a challenging twelve months, we wait for the first spark of
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?
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
Third year of Funky Father Christmas’s mid winter mayhem storytelling shows at Saltram House. SOLD OUT! https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/saltram/features/an-enchanted-christmas Here’s a flavour to savour sung to tune of Jingle Bells. Brussels sprouts Brussels sprouts Put them on your plate. They’re not that
Go Wild In The Meadows with Mister PiG! During the evenings there will be Moth Trapping, Bat walks and Star-Gazing plus Storytelling around the Lime Tree with Clive PiG at 7.30pm on Friday, 8.30am and 3.45pm Saturday. https://goren.co.uk/festival/
NOVEMBER 2014 Moscow seems so far away? That’s because it is. It would take me 33 hours to drive the 1,970 miles between Ashburton to the Russian capital – 31 hours if there’s no traffic. Phew, thank goodness I flew
JULY 2017 A toad of a man was Sir Brangwen. Squat neck Runny eyes Belly so large He never spied his boots as he waddled through the castle. Couldn’t close mouth for tongue too big Jaws ever moving like a