Celebrating the 60th Anniversary of the Lunar Landing through Science and StoryTelling tales of the Moon from all the communities and cultures living in Britain
We Share the Same Moon – A mini tour of Swindon Libraries, brings together the finest of folktales of the Sun, Earth Moon and Sky from around the Globe
Listen… to the Tale of the Storytelling Stone.
Hear … the Story of our Solar System, in fact and fiction.
Discover… How Meteors, Comets and Asteroids were Created – if you dare!
All told in unmistakable style by unmissable International Storyteller, Cassandra Wye.
There will also be the opportunity to see and handle real Meteorites and even a piece of the moon!
Cassandra will be on a mini tour round Swindon Libraries as part of our Space Chase Summer Reading Challenge programme of events.
This is a FREE event for all the family suitable for children 3+.
Booking via EventBrite is essential as places are limited.
Friday 9th August Central Library 11:00-12:00 Book here
Friday 9th August Highworth Library 14:00-15:00 Book here
Saturday 10th August Park Library 11:00-12:00 Book here
Saturday 10th August North Swindon 14:00-15:00 Book here
About: Cassandra Wye, International Storyteller www.storiesinmotion.co.uk
Cassandra has been telling tales with libraries around the globe since 1991, sweeping audiences of all ages onto amazing adventures wherever she goes.
In UK – with libraries in Bristol, Bath, Leicester, Swindon, and Channel Isles and In Singapore, Nepal, Australia, Taiwan, Indonesia and Vietnam.
What Audiences have Said about Cassandra:
“Cassandra Wye is a stunning, larger than life character, who doesn’t just tell stories – she literally becomes the story.
An abundantly enthusiastic exhibition of interactive story-telling for all ages. Gill Arnold, Craven Herald UK.
“Her impish enthusiasm is infectious” South China Morning Post, Hong Kong