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ABOUT

Hi I'm Rosie, a professional Storyteller and Creative Practitioner based in London. 

I tell tales of all shapes and sizes from reimagined fairytales and fables to swashbuckling adventure stories, true to nonsense tales, beloved picture books to stories not even built yet.

I tailor the tales to you. Expect magic moments, fun, laughter and surprises ! 

Since 2010 Storytelling has taken me to palaces, museums, schools, symposiums, festivals, farms, galleries, theatres, hospitals, libraries and the occassional war ship.

Booking is easy, contact me with your requested date, location and theme. 

A few projects by Rosie Tells Tales

The Jolly Postman 
Project

Further favourites ...

Community Storybuilding
Young Author Campaigns
Mini Make Believe
Self Portrait Workshops
Tiffany & Co Book Launch
Monster Dance Stories
Children's Theatre
Story Sandwiches Tea Party
Pyjama Day Storytelling
Picture Book Plays
Lessons in Wonderland
Love Your Library
Alice Appearances
Family Event MC
14-18 Now at WOMAD
Dazzle Ships GCSE Art
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Mini Make Believe

Fast paced, swashbuckling interactive adventures helping curious children explore the world through the art of imagination, develop key skills and learn through stories, games and activities. Choose from 10 original tales including The Jungles Voice, Space Race and Underwater Worlds. 

Interactive Storytelling

Since 2010 I have been devising 

'Story Building' Workshops

A fun and lively literacy learning experience giving classes a tool box of games and activities for creative writing, enthusing even reluctant readers and writers to discover their inner author. 

Telling Tales

Explore the fascinating history of storytelling and take part in fun activities to exercise your imagination. Discover and develop storytelling skills you can use everyday and champion the storyteller in all of us.

Literary Projects

Previous projects include Get Into Reading, Storyteller of the year campaign by Intu, ​Mini Make Believe for Somerset House, Letter to an Unknown Soldier by 14-18 Now - Imperial War Museum, Utopia 2016 by Somerset House, The Courtauld Gallery and Kings College London and currently The Jolly Postman Project with The Postal Museum, The National Literacy Trust and Penguin Random House.

If you are interested in collaborating on a literacy project, please get in touch. 

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