In the biggest brownest muddiest river in Africa the Enormous Crocodile dreams of eating juicy little children for his lunch. As he leaves the river and makes his way to town he brags about his secret plans and clever tricks to the other jungle animals who will try to stop him. Storyteller John Kirk brings The Enormous Crocodile, Humpy Rumpy the Hippopotamus, Trunky the Elephant, Muggle Wump the Monkey and the Roly Poly Bird to life in this classic Roald Dahl story for younger children. This presentation lasts 30 minutes and is suggested for Foundation and Key Stage One audiences. This storytelling involves elements of audience participation.
Join BBC Bitesize science presenter Jon Chase as he delves into the whoopsy waffling worlds of Roald Dahl in this splendiferous science show. Find out how James’ peach flew, whether George would be a genius chemist and how topsy turvy the Twits really are. This show is 1 hour long, and suitable for ages 6+.
Mr and Mrs Twit are revolting people who enjoy playing disgusting tricks on each other but when the Roly Poly Bird visits Muggle Wump the Monkey their whole world is turned upside down. Storyteller John Kirk invites you into the wicked world of The Twits as he tells one of Roald Dahl's most brilliant and enduring stories. This presentation lasts 30-45 minutes and is suggested for Key Stage One and Two audiences. This storytelling involves elements of audience participation and water pistols!
Little Billy was awfully tired of having to stay inside and wanted to go and explore the big secret wood. His mother wouldn’t let him, saying the forest was full of the most blood-thirsty creatures the world has ever seen. Did Little Billy listen to his mother? What do you think? Professional storyteller Andy Copps invites you to journey with him into Billy’s world, full of adventure and excitement that will leave you holding your breath and laughing out loud. The presentation involves audience participation through body movement, body percussion and refrain repetition. This session typically lasts 30 minutes and is recommended for Key Stage One and Key Stage Two audiences.