I started a podcast! Twenty minute original, imaginative and adventurous stories for children aged 2-8ish/80. I’ve been completely delighted to hear of kids tuning in a loving the stories from all over the world.
If you or someone you know is trying to entertain kids at home in this time, I’d love to invite them to listen. It’s good for their imaginations, for their vocabulary; it gives their parents a 20 minute break and my kids, at least, think it’s a lot of fun.
The first series is all about Princess Isobel and the adventures she has with her friends Harriet the Hare and Ulred the Unicorn.
Have a listen :)
Listen to The Story Forest
It has long been a dream of mine to be a part of a book club… and after a couple of failed attempts, now I am. One of my cousin’s friends posted on Facebook talking about her London book club, I asked to join, and I did. And it’s great!
If you’re not already a part of one, here are five quick reasons to find and join a book club:
I am too excited about this!!! Paul Kerensa, who co-wrote Miranda (and Not Going Out but I’ve never seen that) is performing on Sunday in Shoreditch and it’s free!!
By complete chance my friend invited me to come to the second anniversary of Boxed In, a monthly live poetry night at Boxpark, the super-cool location made of shipping containers in Shoreditch. The night was hosted in a space between containers on the upper level, with picnic tables, patio heaters and a single microphone.