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Pyn Stockman

Workshop offers:
 

Hi, I'm Pyn Stockman and I am a professional storyteller. I offer a range of activities for libraries designed to inspire and engage readers of all ages. I am always happy to tailor a package to your particular setting or come up something new! But this is to give you a flavour of what I can offer you: 

 

Tricky Tricksters & Popular Pranksters! 

A fantastic, interactive storytelling adventure! 

(with puppets and masks)

Follow Fox through wild woods and city playgrounds to play pranks with Anansi, make up jokes with Loki, howl with Coyote and make mischief with Monkey.

Insightful trickster tales re-imagined for the 21st century.

“I was absolutely enthralled by Pyn’s storytelling as were the families”  - Librarian, Erdington Library - Summer Reading Challenge 2017

 

Family Friendly Performances:

Drop in tales (for library spaces)

These lively, dramatic, interactive storytelling performances are a rich magical mix of international folk tales, wonder tales, myths and legends.

They can be linked by a theme and are ideal for National Storytelling Week, World Book Day or seasonal events.

They can fit into any space and are designed to attract a family audience.

“Thanks for the lovely stories! Me and my child loved it! Great expression” - Parent, Apna Bazaar - Ward End Library 2017


 

Say it Out Loud Workshops:

The Story Share for Parents, Grandparents and Carers

A hands on exploration of tips and techniques to bring stories off the page or share a favourite family tale.

Using a range of Oral Storytelling skills, working with props, simple puppets and objects these workshops are fun and both you and your children are invited along. 

 

What people say:

“Wonderful old fashioned storytelling! Magical, colourful, mesmerising” Martineau Gardens Storytelling Festival

“Wonderful! Storytelling at it’s best most entertaining. More please”  Thimble Mill Library

“Wonderful, lively storytelling. A great way to engage young readers”  The Big Read