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STORYSTOCK 2016

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STORYSTOCK, the travelling story circus for children 2-11yrs and their families, returns for another year of bookish fun and games this February half-term.

Instead of clowns we have storytellers, there’s no trapeze but plenty of live literature acts and the workshops involve writing, science & song-writing. This is all the fun of the circus with fewer animals…

Bookish acts will bring stories to life through live shows, storytelling, creative workshops, parties & story treasure hunt. Hosted by the fabulous Storymaster with an all-day creative doodling café with pop-up author signings, competitions, Tales on Moon Lane bookshop, quizzes & games.

To view the full programme simply scroll down – you can also download the programme as a PDF here.

STORYSTOCK is sponsored by angels & urchins magazine, Finlay Brewer, Keystone Tutors, Science Wizards & Song Academy in partnership with the Bush Theatre

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Caught Of Kith and Kin by Chris Thompson at Sheffield Studio. Great new play. Go see or catch it in London @bushtheatre #OfKithAndKin 🏳️‍🌈
B E N S T O N E S
@benjstones
22 Sep
Not biased or anything but I loved #RamonaTellsJim @bushtheatre. Son @Bannjos was funny, scary and moving. All three actors tremendous.
Matthew Bannister
@Bannmatt
22 Sep
#RamonaTellsJim @bushtheatre blistering portrayal of first love. If you've ever been in love or been a teenager it's a must see.
Candida Ronald
@Candida_TH
22 Sep
Tickets are selling quick - so don't miss out. #hijabilondon https://t.co/0LMzaLVjm1
Amal
@weareamal
22 Sep
New review: actor Sophie Wu’s debut Ramona Tells Jim @bushtheatre is a warm and kooky teen story: lovely stuff https://t.co/T82CCY9TVE
Aleks Sierz
@AleksSierz
22 Sep
So gorgeous to be back @bushtheatre for #RamonaTellsJim which is funny and sad and totally accomplished 👏 @sophiewugirl
Sophie Watson
@watson_sophie
22 Sep

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