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THE BIG TOP 

 An original tale, written and told by Hannah Summers, illustrations by Miranda Summers. 

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Come and meet Bertie, the little boy with a big imagination.

 

On one stormy, rainy day Bertie is bored at home and from his very own bedroom he takes us all to an imaginative, colourful, original circus show where anything is possible. 

 

Explore Bertie's story through drama and 

role-play as Hannah expertly leads through interactive and creative storytelling to enthral your little ones imagination.

THE GIRAFFE WHO WOULDN'T BATH

     An original tale, written and told by Hannah Summers, illustrations by Miranda Summers. 

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Gerald the baby giraffe doesn't like water, but like all animals in the kingdom know, everyone washes from their head to their toes!

 

Adventure with Gerald on his hilarious sticky-icky journey while he discovers what happens when you don't have a bath.

 

Inventive, interactive and above all, creative play for your little ones to enjoy.

THE HARE AND THE TORTOISE

 An Aesop's fable adapted for Storytelling written and told by Hannah Summers, illustrations by Miranda Summers. 

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In one of the most famous of Aesop's fables, a very cheeky and boastful Hare gloats that he's the fastest creature in the whole wood. A tortoise sick of bickering on this topic volunteers to race him and Hare learns an important lesson. 

 

Hannah's inventive and energetic retelling follows the Hare and the Tortoise through, over and round the forest obstacles and working together, your little ones learn that it isn't all about who wins the chase, slow and steady wins the race. Tortoise comes first, but so do we, as teamwork is worth more than first place to me.

THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS

Adapted for Storytelling

Written and told by Hannah Summers, illustrations by Miranda Summers. 

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Inspired and adapted from the 19th Century tale by Clement Clarke Moore. 

 

A family stay at Granny's chocolate-box cottage for Christmas. The children and your little ones soon discover everything that is exciting about this time of year with festive interaction through an imaginative re-telling and they'll play and sneak a peak at the jolly chap who might visit with presents, if, they're all good boys and girls. 

A wonderfully high spirited spin on an old favourite that will inspire even the most 'bah humbug' curmudgeons. You and your little one will love this.

THE GINGERBREAD MAN

Adapted for Storytelling

Written and told by Hannah Summers, illustrations by Miranda Summers. 

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Come and meet my curious gingerbread man who discovers he has arms and legs and a cherry nose! He moves up hill and down dale, he doesn't get tired or out of puff, not like the rest of us! And cheekily taunts the farm characters who all want gingerbread for their tea, calling "run run as fast as you can, you can't catch me I'm the gingerbread man"

 

An energetic spin on an old fairy tale that's been told and retold by families for nearly two centuries. This tall tale will enthral and inspire your little ones creative imaginations. 

MOUSE AND SAM

 An original tale, written and told by Hannah Summers, illustrations by Jo Hathaway  

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Meet Mouse. He lives under Sam’s house.

But Mouse and Sam haven’t met, not yet.
Not until, Mouse takes a tumble onto a hat,

and just like that he’s off out the door,
with a head top world view, never seen before!

A heart-warming tale about being brave in a great big world and finding a friend.

 

Join our timid mouse in an interactive storytelling show. Your little ones will be enthralled and love to explore and discover the world through his eyes as he finds a way to play, have fun and be brave.

45 minute show suitable for 0-5s.

 

 

ADVENTURES OF AN UGLY DUCKLING

 Based on Hans Christian Andersen, 

Written and told by Hannah Summers, illustrations by Laura Bissonnet

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There’s more to Tully, our ugly duck, who longs for adventure beyond the farm fences. What’s over that hill, where does the river go, how high is the sky?

 

One day an adventure takes Tully on a surprising journey and she find out who she is and where she truly belongs. 

A brand new adaptation for Storytelling with interactive and sensory role-play for 0-4’s.

 

Based on Hans Christian Andersen, written and told by Hannah Summers with illustrations by Laura Bissonnet

AMY’S ROCKET

 An original tale, written and told by Hannah Summers, illustrations by Miranda Summers 

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Amy lives in a loud town. Amy lives in a loud house.

Amy's life. IS. LOUD.

So she builds a rocket and flies to Mars for some peace. Amy finds the quiet and finds quiet friends. 

Now she has everything she ever wanted . . .  

but will she miss the noise?

 

Hannah energetically weaves this BRAND NEW original tale with inventive and creative interaction for 0-4's, enchanting families on an adventure to the stars. 

Original tale written and told by Hannah Summers with illustrations by Miranda Summers. 

NANA HANNAH AND HER HATS

 An original tale, written and told by Hannah Summers, illustrations by Sorcha Healy

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Nana Hannah has a house, a house on a hill

A windy hill where you could see the sea.

Wild and free was the sea and so was the house. 

Nana's house has magic hats inside

and inside her hats, 

is a story.

 

Come and visit Hannah's, Nana Hannah, on an epic imaginative adventure to a land far away. A voyage to an isle of pirates, maps and treasure. 

Hannah guides interactive family play through this magical story with energetic storytelling, drama and music with immersive illustrations throughout.

MOUSE AND SAM'S WINTER HOLIDAY

An original tale written and told by Hannah Summers, illustrations by Jo Hathaway

Mouse and Sam are back and they’re off on holiday!
But where will they go? What will they see?
It’s an exciting adventure and Mouse feels brave in Sam’s company.

So, pack your winter woolly’s and your thermal pants for a winter adventure as we see the winter world through the eyes of mouse and his friend Sam with a few magical surprises along the way.

Join Hannah in a delightful sequel to “Mouse and Sam”, Hannah guides the story through interactive and inventive drama and play, seeing the world in a new kind of way with props, music and illustrations to enjoy.

45 minute show suitable for 0-5s.

Repertoire in development

The Dinosaur Next Door

Thumbelina

The Princess Who Wouldnt Say Please

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