free episodes released every Tuesday & Friday
throughout April 2021
an applied theatre project with theatre students from Bristol University.
We read children's stories, then invite your child to send us ideas for a new story. We will share this new story on 14th May 2021.
Agents Kahlo and Dali of the Company of International Artists are breaking cover to lead another live online mission on:
Sat 17th April & Sun 18th April
A fine house blend of improvised theatre and interactive workshop, help Agents Kahlo and Dali explore an iconic album cover, create yourself, and have a singalong!
Book soon, limited spaces!
The Story Spinners are published on Facebook and Instagram with kind permission from the publishers, authors and illustrators involved. Find and follow us!
A free audio walk available 1st-31st May 2021 as part of Bristol Walk Fest.
Discover the amazing hidden history of Manor Woods Valley, a small patch of ancient woodland in Bishopsworth.
Content is appropriate for children aged 8+ to adult (there's nothing alarming for younger ones, though).
Complete this audio walk at your own pace free of charge at any time during May 2021.
The audio walk does not use mobile data and uses the Echoes app which is free to download via the link below. You can download this audio walk from here from 30th April 2021 onwards, and can also access a free map of the walk's route courtesy of our friends at Manor Woods Valley Group.
This audio walk plays from any mobile phone that has GPS through headphones. Once playing you can slip the phone in your pocket and forget about it. If coming with children who don't have their own phone, we advise the use of headphone splitters so an adult and child can listen together.
The walk is circular, just under one mile, and is on varying terrain with some hills. It is not suitable for pushchairs. Access is from the 75 bus, getting off just past Bishopsworth Library. The entrance to Manor Valley Woods is opposite St Peter's Rise Convenience Store, 6A St Peter's Rise, BS13 7LU. Dogs on leads are welcome.
This audio walk has been funded by a Magic Little Grant from Localgiving and the Neighbourly Community Fund.