Story Festival


An exciting new Story Festival - 14-20 September 2015


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  1. Lewisham Story Festival starts tomorrow!Plenty to make, see & do all over the borough. Download our events programme:

  2. Lewisham Shopping Centre, Molesworth Street is hosting two of our events on 19-20 Sep. It’s going to be a wonderful weekend of storytelling!

  3. Discover nature with Holly&Hester at WildCat Wilderness.Come & see what secrets the wilderness will reveal. 19 Sep, 2.30 – 3.30pm. Ages 7–9

  4. Astronaut, alien, elephant…what could you be?Karen Owen talks about her book, I Could Be, You Could Be. Torridon Road library 10-11am 19 Sep

  5. You’re at a circus, what voices can you hear? Weave the voices into stories at Manor House library 2-3pm, 19 Sep. Ages 8-14

  6. Head to Torridon Rd library, SE6 1RQ for a packed day of story telling and activities! Saturday 19 September, events suitable for ages 4-11

  7. Slapstick storytelling at Manor House Library, Hither Green on Saturday 19 September, 11am – 12pm. Ages 7+

  8. Come along to the Story of a Lewisham Child sculpture workshop at Lewisham Shopping Centre, 20 Sep, 11.30-3.30

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  9. Someone’s been taking pictures of the extraordinary things that people leave lying about! Exhibition at Hill Station Café 19-20 Sep

  10. Head to Wild Cat Wilderness, Riverview Road, Catford on Saturday 19 Sep for some great ‘back to nature’ workshops

  11. A Visitor to the Island –a Gulliver’s Travels inspired art, craft & storytelling workshop at Torridon Road library, 19 Sep, 2-3pm. Ages 8-11

  12. A ‘Walkshop’ storytelling experience to remember at Hilly Fields Park (meet at Pistachios in the Park). 20 Sep, 11-11.45am, ages 9+

  13. Curious George Goes to the Circus. A singing, dancing and acting workshop at Manor House library, Sat 19 Sep, 10-10.45am, ages 5-7

  14. Make Shakespeare’s famous moments your own, create a magic spell using your own words. At Manor House library, 2-3pm, Sun 20. Ages 8+

  15. Classic tale of the Princess & the Pea gets an imaginative retelling by Xanthe Gresham at Torridon Road Library. Sat 19 Sep, 3-4pm. Ages 5-8

  16. Interactive storytelling at Telegraph Hill Park,Sun 20 Sep. Meet 11am at Hill Station Café Kitto Rd.Come dressed for rain, mud &lots of fun!

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  18. The Traditional Arts team will also be in the Story Tent on Sunday 20. Come along and hear some brilliant stories!

  19. Join author Dawn Casey on Sat 19 @ Torridon Library for craft making & to hear her talk about her anthology of folktales!

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