To celebrate the start of the school summer holidays, and fresh from the success of their last two seasons, The Storybarn’s Storyhunters are setting sail on a brand-new adventure in Liverpool’s Calderstones Park.
Part-storytelling experience, part-interactive theatre show, The Storyhunters – All At Sea is a brand-new indoor / outdoor adventure from The Reader’s Storybarn, the team that brought Michael Rosen’s Bear Hunt, Chocolate Cake & Bad Things to the North West earlier this year.
As one recent visitor said, it’s “a fantastic day out, [I went] with two friends on Saturday and our six children! The children had a brilliant time and it was made more magical by the wonderful engaging staff! A truly wonderful day out, not one to be missed.”
Beginning this Saturday, July 22, and running until Sunday, September 10, Storyhunters – All At Sea sessions are specially developed for children aged three to eight and their families. Including a mix of stories, songs and crafting activities, voyages begin in The Storybarn and venture out across the park on the hunt for The Story Captain’s Story Clues. Discover stories of all shapes and sizes including Edward Leer’s The Owl and The Pussycat, Quentin Blake’s The Green Ship and Marcus Pfister’s The Rainbow Fish.
The Story Captain said: “YO HO HO! Avast ye landlubbers, me tales have gone missing, the seadog storyhunting crew need yer help to follow the story clues and find them before they end up in Davy Jones’ locker. So batten down the hatches and join in the adventure in Calderstones Park.”