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Little Birds nominated for an award!
10th September 2012
Our storytellers have been shortlisted at the British Awards for Storytelling Excellence in the category for Outstanding Collaboration 2012. Help us to win by voting for us, and see some of the other awesome storytelling talent in 10 categories from across the UK...!
More stories on air!
1st August 2012
We'll be sharing stories over the airwaves again today for BBC Radio Somerset! This time Chip and David will be on the drivetime show around 6:15pm, making up a brand new fairy tale live on the spot...
Should we be award-winning?
Ever watched a Snail Tales storyteller and thought, "That storyteller deserves a medal..."? Well, now you can help us get one with the British Awards for Storytelling Excellence!
New Cumbrian fairy tale tomorrow!
17th July 2012
Listeners of the Kevin Fernihough show on BBC Cumbria will have a chance to get our Crazy Bird Tour off to the perfect start by making suggestions for a brand new fairy tale to be created live on air!
Can we make a new fairy tale live on radio?
16th July 2012
As part of their Crazy Bird Tour, Chip and David will be appearing on BBC Radio Solent to improvise a brand new traditional story live on air, using suggestions from listeners throughout Hampshire and Dorset!
Full tour list announced!
2nd July 2012
Want to see our storytellers telling stories made up by primary school children adapted to include puppets, songs, and plenty of joining in? How about helping us make up a new fairy tale live onstage to share with the rest of the country? Join our Crazy Bird tour!
Big Bang across the Midlands!
20th June 2012
We will be visiting the two Big Bang Young Scientist and Engineers fairs in Birmingham and Nottingham next week, to compare stories of science with the stories of tradition...
"Crazy Bird" tour plans underfoot...
12th June 2012
We're beginning to organise a two-week tour of small rural venues and schools with our latest theatre show this July, to help spread the creativity of UK children. Could you get involved?
A parent's plaudit
18th April 2012
One of the mums in attendance at the City Hall performance of A Bird In Your Ear takes the time to write us a glowing online review, saying thank you for "a great show and for making my little boy smile"!