Stoller Hall announce interactive storytelling sessions for young children in Manchester

Our friends at The Stoller Hall, in the heart of Manchester, have announced a new series of storytelling sessions for 5–7-year-olds and their families.

Terra Musica, meaning ‘music of the world’, will take you on a journey through sound and stories. You’ll celebrate the planet’s diversity and learn about different cultures and histories.

Launching the programme on Sunday 19 November is Michael Cretu, a composer and musician from Romania, and Faz Shah, a violinist and beatboxer with Pakistani heritage.

Michael and Faz will narrate a new story, accompanied by beautiful music inspired by their heritage, and performed by talented students from Chetham’s School of Music. The show will be interactive, with things for the audience to do and join in with.

This show provides a firsthand experience and insight into gypsy-influenced music, stories and traditions, which are not often recognised or given their due. It’s an experience you won’t have anywhere else!

Tickets are £5 per child and the show is around 40 minutes. Visit their What’s On page to book: 

Disclaimer: This is a paid partnership with Stoller Hall