Sensory Storytelling

Storytelling and children’s events in Sussex & Surrey

Sensory Storytelling

We create imaginative and engaging storytelling and children’s events in Sussex, Surrey and around the UK for children with special needs and disabilities.

Imaginative and engaging Makaton friendly sensory storytelling in Sussex for children and families with special needs and disabilities. Our events often provide additional activities and crafts and are accessible to all.

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Amazing Tales

A sensory introduction to Grimm’s Fairy Tales

Join our travelling sensory storyteller and their wise old Owl (puppet) as they take you on a journey through some of the lesser-known Grimm Fairy Tales.

Using chants, rhymes, repetition and song our storyteller will draw you into an enchanting fairy tale world bringing to life each narrative using Makaton signing and fun sensory props.

The session features, Hans my Hedgehog, The Musicians of Bremen and The Mouse and The Bird and The Sausage.

As humans and animals talking together is a common occurrence in the Grimms’ tales, the audience is encouraged to join in by using puppets and fun sensory objects to help them tell the ‘tail’.

  • Makaton signing
  • On site parking
  • Disabled toilet
  • Accessible venue

Running time – 30 minutes

Our Sensory Storytelling is accessible to the whole family and include a pre-event Resource Pack so you can prepare your child for every event. Amazing Tales uses puppetry and the event is seated – our guideline age is 2-12.

HOW TO BOOK

Book online by clicking the button below.

Tickets are just £3 per child (admits one accompanying adult free)

Quotes from the audience about our Storytelling

“You had them in the palm of your hand. No mean feat with such a wide age range (ages 11-16)”. Grove Park Holiday Club (Daisy)

“It was such a lovely performance and the children loved being a part of it. Its always fun and engaging and you really think about how to integrate the audience. We love how when you come you take into account their differences and work with their abilities”. The Childrens Trust