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Parenting Events at STORYSTOCK at Bush Theatre this week!

STORYSTOCK is a storytelling festival for primary school children (3-11) at Bush Theatre in Shepherds Bush this half-term, 28-30 October. Check out the live literature shows, workshops and author talks HERE.

This year they are feeding the minds of the parents too.

Once the little darlings have had their fun day out meeting authors and seeing shows at STORYSTOCK, the stage will host parenting gurus and debates on 28 & 29 October.

TICKET OFFERS AVAILABLE – 2 FOR 1 TICKETS WITH CODE 241

WEDNESDAY 28TH OCTOBER

18.00 – Girl Power! The Pirate Queens meet…
Women of today writer Isabel Adomakoh, explorer Katie Johnson & adventurer Christina Franco to inspire girls of tomorrow. Bring your daughters. For ages 9 years+

18.30 – Tech 101 for Parents
Elizabeth Tweedale of BlueShift coding will help parents to catch up with technology taking over their family lives

20.00 – The Great Parenting Debate
Pushy Parent TOBY YOUNG (What Every Parent Needs to Know) v Idle Parent TOM HODGKINSON (The Idle Parent) will be refereed by TV presenter and London parent MARY NIGHTINGALE

THURSDAY 29TH OCTOBER

18.45 Brain Food with Nature Doc Lucinda Miller
Learn how to feed children’s minds to make them into geniuses (probably)

19.00 Parenting Guru Noel Janis-Norton
Calmer, Easier, Happier Parenting author gives her indispensable seminar Never Ask Twice

STORYSTOCK director Claire Gill said: “STORYSTOCK’s ticket buyers are the parents so we thought we’d give them something for themselves this year – useful but fun events!”  

TICKET INFORMATION                                                                                      
Bush Theatre 7 Uxbridge Road, London, W12 8LJ
Tickets £10 and are for sale via
Box Office: 020 8743 5050 or bushtheatre.co.uk

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