A Multisensory Animal Adventure from Islay
Sunday 30th August
Storyteller Ailie Finlay has created a multisensory version of ‘The White Pet’, a traditional tale from Islay. She’ll be using ordinary household objects as props. We’ll let you know beforehand which objects you’ll need so you can gather them together and be ready to join in with the story at home. Lots of fun for everyone, but particularly for wee ones and children with additional needs.
How to watch this event
This event starts at 2pm on Sunday 30th August. To watch the event just visit this page at the start time and you'll be able to watch the event for free.
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About the speaker
Ailie Finlay from Flotsam and Jetsam Puppets and Stories has been working as a puppeteer and storyteller for over 25 years. She specialises in telling and making multi-sensory stories and resources for young children, people with additional support needs and people living with dementia. Ailie has a passionate belief that telling and hearing stories is a fundamental human experience which everyone can enjoy. Find out more about Ailie’s work here: flotsamandjetsam.co.uk
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