Buy FREE Bilingual Storytelling - postponed Tickets
I am sorry to say that we have postponed this event due to the Coronavirus outbreak. The safety and health of our tutors, participants and community is our top priority.
This decision has not been made lightly and we are very aware of the impact that cancelling our events has on our freelance tutors, local venues and our participants. Please be assured that we are honouring our payments to tutors and venues and are looking into exciting new ways to deliver virtual workshops to our Green Squirrel community.
In order to support our local social enterprise you can still book onto the workshop to attend at a future date or purchase a gift voucher for a future workshop. If you have already purchased a ticket then you will receive further information from us via email.
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‘People told stories about the lake. They said there was a monster in it. An afanc, a monster with skin as thick as iron and teeth as long as your arm.’
Join us for a day of creativity, community and storytelling in the beautiful surroundings of Insole Court as part of our latest project; The Girl Who Wouldn’t Give Up. Experience our bilingual story performed live and get inspired to make your voice heard and take action.
Take part in free creative activities throughout the day including a collaborative willow sculpture, creative writing, bookmark making and lots more! In addition, Insole Court will be hosting their first Plant Fair of the year so you can browse lots of stalls and treat yourself to some affordable and locally grown plant friends!
Storytelling performances will take place at 11am and 1pm in the Courtyard.
If you are interested in the willow sculpture workshop please click here to find out more and book separately as there are limited places available.
If you are interested in the creative writing workshop please click here to find out more and book separately as there are limited places available.
This project is based on a traditional Welsh tale of hope, resilience and the power of young people and communities to create incredible change. Find out more about the project here and download free toolkits and a story pack!
Tickets for this event are free but we ask that you book your place in order to help us monitor attendance and improve the accessibility of our workshops. We request that you contact us if you are no longer able to attend.
We are very grateful for the support of the Community Fund.