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World Tales with Sandra Agard

Age group, Performances, Storytelling

Thursday 3rd August - Thursday 3rd August

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Key facts

Times

14:00-15:00

Tickets

£7/£5

Suitable for ages 5+

Booking

Tickets can be booked at our Tickets Oxford page, or by phoning the ticket hotline at 01865 305305.

On the day of the event, tickets will only be available at The Story Museum. Our office number is 01865 790050 – but please be aware that the office is not regularly manned at weekends.

Ticket Policy

For further details about our pricing and ticketing click here

About the event

Join Sandra Agard, Professional Storyteller, Writer and Literary Consultant, for World Tales, featuring real and imaginary animals from around the globe.

About Sandra Agard

Sandra has been a Professional Storyteller, Writer and Literary Consultant for over forty years in a variety of venues and settings around the country and abroad. These include libraries, schools, colleges, universities, theatres, museums, art galleries, literary festivals, shopping malls, prisons and in the community.

Born in Hackney, London to Guyanese parents; her storytelling, cultural and literary backgrounds are steeped within the African-Caribbean Oral and Traditions mixed with a Black British perspective.

Sandra’s works has been published in a number of publications. These include:

  • Talking Blues (Poetry)
  • Time for Telling (Stories)
  • Myths, Tales and Legends (Stories)
  • A Girl’s Best Friend (Stories)
  • Watchers and Seekers (Poetry)
  • Times Like These (Poetry and Short Stories)
  • Unheard Voices (Stories)

Sandra is also a playwright. Her plays have included:

  • We Are Women (Tom Allen Centre, Stratford))
  • Conjuring Tales with Brenda Agard (Tom Allen Centre, Stratford)
  • Women and Sisters (Royal Court Young Peoples Theatre)
  • The Rainforest Revisited with Keith Waithe (Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith
  • Abena’s Stupidest Mistake was performed at The Drill Hall in December 2004 and was produced by Talawa Theatre Company and directed by Paulette Randall.
  • Treasures of the Rainforest with Keith Waithe (The Children’s Polka Theatre, Wimbledon)

Sandra is currently based at Southwark and Lewisham Libraries in South-East London where she works as a Literature Development Officer, Storyteller in Residence, Creative Writing Tutor and Book Doctor. Sandra has recently concluded a residency as The Centenary Storyteller at The Roald Dahl Museum in Great Missenden. Sandra is currently working on a number of writing projects. These include a book of Anansi the Trickster Spider stories and a story on The Lion Keeper’s Boy based on an African boy who worked at The Tower of London in the eighteenth century.

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