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24 months - 6 years
A social enterprise on a mission to help and inspire early years children to become readers for pleasure. We do this by delivering interactive story workshops which both build early years language skills and help kids to fall in love with stories. We laugh, we sing, we dance, we go on adventures, we fight dragons, count a giants gold and ride horses with princesses (whilst developing all the pre-reading skills your child will need for the day they go to school but if you don't tell them we won't!)
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Books & Reading
Originally from Poole, Dorset, Rachel came to Kingston to study BA Drama, got a first, fell in love with the place and is still here! Now a working actor, Rachel's favourite acting credits include 'Daisy' in 'Daisy pulls it off' and 'Horrible Histories.' Rachel co-founded the children's puppet theatre company CAPTCHA Theatre who can be regularly seen at the Rose Theatre. She's also our resident puppeteer and can be seen using her skills in our theatre shows. Rachel is also a voiceover artist and is currently the voice of Peugeot and Merryhill shopping centre.
Sarah conceived and created Story Storks in 2011 after trying and failing to find a story class for her own daughter. Before babies, Sarah worked as an Actor enjoying a Theatre in Education tour with Quantum Theatre for Science. She has also been in several musicals including 'Singin' in the Rain' at Richmond Theatre, Mack & Mabel at Putney Arts Theatre. Now running Story Storks full time, Sarah has written over 40 stories and also writes Early Years theatre shows. She also blogs for parents who need a giggle, publishing every Monday morning at 5:30am (www.storystorks.wordpress.com)
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