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Adventures in storytelling: The Firebird

April 22 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

The Golden Apples are going missing and the King doesn’t know what to do. But at half past midnight feast two clever children journey deep into a forest filled with talking creatures where they meet a magical bird, a wild witch and a fox who has lost his courage. 

Two timeslots at

1-1.45

2-2.45

Suitable for ages 3+. This event is free as part of entry to the museum, but places are limited so please arrive in plenty of time. 

Pyn is a storyteller living on a boat in the West Midlands. She spends her time working with and telling stories to people of all ages in all kinds of places – festivals, woodlands, libraries, theatres, parks and schools. She’s worked with lots of different organisations like Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Arts Council, Birmingham Roundhouse, Birmingham Literature Festival, Bournville Book Festival, Birmingham Hippodrome

She also makes things like props and masks and sometimes uses these in her storytelling. She also enjoys story making with children and young people and loves listening to their ideas and tales. In fact she makes whole projects that involve story work made with schools and youth clubs through her arts company Secret City Arts.

You can find out more about her work at www.pynstockman.com or by following her on social media – instagram, twitter and Facebook as @pynstory

Date:

22 April 2022

Time:

1pm – 2.45pm

Admission:

Free as part of entry to the museum

Details

Date:
April 22
Time:
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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Organiser

Stourbridge Glass Museum
Phone:
+44 (0)13 8443 1761
Email:
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Venue

Stourbridge Glass Museum
Stuart Works, High Street
Stourbridge, DY8 4FB United Kingdom
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Phone:
+44 (0)13 8443 1761

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