Monthly Archives: September 2011

Books for babies…..storytelling a must!!!

Research has shown and common sense dictates that a child who is accustomed to hearing stories of talking trees, wizards and wicked queens, magical lakes, explorers and adventurers is far more likely to WANT to read stories about them too. … Continue reading

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Scottish Kids experiencing some African culture

So, I have been meaning to put these up for a while as this is part of the job that I love best. These pictures were taken in the summer when I had the pleasure of working at the Kirkcaldy … Continue reading

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Family storytelling at ‘Little Big Rock’

This weekend has been a bank holiday, which means for all the lucky kids in Edinburgh, there has been NO school. Hopefully they will have been occupying themselves with all kinds of wonderfulness. I know that many of them have … Continue reading

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How to create a storytelling show!

Over the next few weeks we are going to be creating a brand new production from scratch, so will be posting some blogs on the process that we go through from idea to performance. So you have a great story … Continue reading

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end of the festival…officially!!!

So today, the 4th September, Edinburgh finally comes to rest again. The Fringe finished a week ago and while there has been some time to catch up on lost sleep, see friends and gradually get used to life again, there … Continue reading

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