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Animators Survival Kit

How to Build a Story with Katie Haworth

Sunday 16th July 2017 3pm - 4pm Westfield Stratford City Children's Event, Free Event

In this creative writing workshop run by writer and editor Katie Haworth, children will explore storytelling through music and drawing.

 

Come along and learn how to write stories just like Katie as she tells us how she builds a story from scratch.

Children will learn what a story is made of and how to create the blocks to make your own (it’s just like Lego when you know what bricks to use!)

This event is suitable for children aged 5-8 years.

 

Tickets: This is a free event. Simply email stratford@foyles.co.uk to book your place. Please note, no physical tickets will be issued (to save the trees!). Your email confirmation is proof of booking.

Venue: Foyles 74-75 Lower Ground Floor, The Arcade, Westfield Stratford City, London, E20 1EH

See the full Storybox programme here

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