Hastings Storytelling Festival is here again!
We have a couple of spaces left for our very exciting very free school workshop making carnival costumes with our artist in residence from HSF...Sarah Evans.
Workshops are available from Monday 30th October until Thursday 9th November. They take about 1.5-2 hours.
This year we are celebrating India and it's 70 year anniversary of independence. We will be making headdresses and hand held pompoms shakers for the children to wear and shake at this year's children's parade on Sunday 12th November. It's going to be a glorious celebration with several amazing carnival bands to accompany the parade. We will also have visiting carnival companies joining us with their sparkly Indian themed creations.
We would love to timetable you in for a free workshop. Please let me know asap if you would like to be part of this year's carnival.
Global Storytelling CPD with Lis'n'Tell & 18 Hours
For teachers, storytellers and adults who love to learn about stories. Delivered by 18 Hours, Development Education Centre for East Sussex, in partnership with Louise Coigley, Storyteller and Speech and Language Therapist.
Explore how storytelling techniques support literacy and help challenge social stereotypes. A traditional story from The Ramayana is used to explore modern day environmental heroes and heroines from India to inspire children to protect themselves and the planet.
KS2/3 but adaptable for all ages
Tickets:free (to book a place email firstname.lastname@example.org)
For more information:
We'd love your school to join us.
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Arts Council England
De La Warr Pavilion
East Sussex Arts Award
Hastings Borough Council
Hastings Museum & Art Gallery
Pallant House Gallery
Rother District Council
South East Bridge
The Pier HUB
White Rock Theatre