oin award-winning author Onjali Q Raúf for stories of hope and friendship. Told with humour and heart, Onjali stories explore powerful themes from a child's perspective including the refugee experience, bullying and homelessness whilst celebrating kindness, friendship and the potential everyone has to change for the better.. Ages 9+. BOOK TICKETS
Join Amal Meets Alice writer Nadine Kaadan and hear stories of brave children growing up in conflict in a special storytelling and art workshop. Ages 7+. BOOK TICKETS
The Story Museum is proud to present this public event as part of The Walk, an international arts and campaigning project in which the puppet Amal will follow in the footsteps of thousands of unaccompanied child refugees who have been forced to take the same treacherous journey. Starting in Gazienter in late July, Amal will pass through 50 towns and cities across Europe, including Oxford on Tuesday 26 October, arriving in Manchester at the end of October. =
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Our day-long story courses are back for October half term 2021 with a Halloween theme, led by our expert Story Leaders. Expect games, dressing up, quizzes, role play, arts and crafts, and lots of surprises!
Set in the Museum of Forgotten Things, three musical curators, tell the amazing tale of the museums artefacts including the mystery of a little green pea and how it got there. This one hour of fun is packed with humour and memorable songs, including meeting almost every type of princess you can imagine, with hilarious costumes to match. Ages 3+. BOOK TICKETS
The Marvellous Myth Hunter is looking for new recruits to join the Myth Hunter Academy. Myth Hunters investigate stories from different cultures all over the world and shares them in this entertaining and interactive storytelling event. A perfect tonic for forging new friendships! Ages 6+. BOOK TICKETS