Curious Stories for Curious Children: Free Half-term Storytelling Sessions

This October half-term there will be free children’s storytelling sessions every day of the week from Monday through to friday.

Each of the ‘Curious Stories for Curious Children’ storytelling sessions will take place at a different Bristol library or landmark, all with a different science themed stereotype-busting story and wonderful storyteller.

The sessions are suitable for ages 3-11 and are organised by the Storytale Festival.

Sessions held at the libraries are all free and the sessions held at Bristol landmarks are free but included in admission price.

Each of the Curious Stories for Curious Children sessions must be booked here:

Curious Stories for Curious Children sessions:
Monday 28th October
10.30-11am: SS Great Britain (included in entrance ticket)
2-2.30pm: Henbury Library (free)

Tuesday 29th October
10.30-11am: Wick Road Library, Brislington (free)
2-2.30pm: Aerospace Bristol (included in entrance ticket)

Wednesday 30th October
10.30-11am: Clifton Suspension Bridge Visitor Centre (free)
2-2.30pm: Henleaze Library (free)

Thursday 31st October
10.30-11am: Bristol Zoo (included in entrance ticket)
2-2.30pm: Westbury Library (free)

Friday 1st November
10.30-11am: Wick Road Library, Brislington (free)
2-2.30pm: MShed (included in free entrance ticket)