Four O’Clock Story

Part of the Literature Festival Running from
Last event: Saturday 30 November 2019 at 4pm
  • Free (drop-in - no booking required)

Members get 10% off tickets at Storyhouse. Moonlight Flicks and Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre. £4 month, no commitment, priority booking, no fees, instant access, two tickets per member.

  • The Kitchen

Every afternoon we bring you a Four O’Clock Story.

It’s a chance for the whole family to pull up a beanbag, get comfy and listen to a wide variety of storytellers and tales. With a different storyteller each day, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

Line up:

Saturday 9 – Jack Docking – Storyhouse Youth Theatre Assistant
Monday 11 – Louise Nesbitt – Storyhouse Library Team reading a Monster Story
Tuesday 12 – Neil Baglin – Roald Dahl Storytelling
Wednesday 13 – Louise Nesbitt – Storyhouse Library Team
Thursday 14 – Lindsey Fookes – Folk Stories from around the World
Friday 15 – Mama G – Drag Storytelling
Saturday 16 – Tim Ditchburn – Traditional Tales from around the World
Sunday 17 Linda Tyson – Library Team Leader
Monday 18 Eva Williams – PCSO Storytime
Tuesday 19 Anna Jasinska – Polish Storytime
Wednesday 20 – Amanda Glennon – Makaton Storytime
Thursday 21 – FOX – Drag Storytelling
Friday 22 – Beverly Dee – Racing Correspondent for Chester Chronicle
Saturday 23 – Susanne Schroder – Reading her own book The Robins First Christmas
Sunday 24 – T.S.Bryan – Reading The Shrinking Christmas
Monday 25 – Elisa Ippolito – Italian Storytime
Tuesday 26 – Maike Schoeppner – German Storytime
Wednesday 27 – Neil Baglin – Roald Dahl Storytelling
Thursday 28 – Cheshire College present The Wind in the Willows
Friday 29 – Jacob and Liv – Storyhouse School Practitioners
Saturday 30 – Sue Povall – Traditional Stories from around the world


Suitable for all

Time details

Daily, Sat 9 - Sat 30 Nov (exc. Sun 10 Nov)

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