Highlights of the festival include:
Happy 50th Birthday to the Tiger with Judith Kerr and special guest – 13th February 12pm Judith Kerr, who will be celebrating the 50th anniversary of The Tiger Who Came To Tea
About the event
Storystock, the travelling circus of stories, is bringing a programme of family literary fun to Circus West Village, Battersea Power Station, this half term.
From the 12th - 14th February, primary school aged children will be entertained with live-literature shows, immersive workshops, performances and interactive storytelling sessions. The activities will be taking place at The Village Hall, a new community arts and cultural venue at Circus West Village, the first chapter in the regeneration of Battersea Power Station.
Special guest appearances include legendary children’s author and illustrator Judith Kerr, who will be celebrating the 50th anniversary of The Tiger Who Came To Tea on 13th February with a live story telling performance, followed by a Q&A.
Families can take the time to explore Circus West Village together and enjoy lunch or a drink overlooking The Thames. Parents can also leave their children to be entertained at one of the fantastic workshops and visit one of the many restaurants, take a break with a coffee at The CoffeeWorks Project, go spinning at Boom Cycle, pop into The Battersea General Store or explore the Battersea Power Station Design Store for gifts and homeware.
Restaurants include Italian food from world-renowned chef Francesco Mazzei at Fiume, seafood at Wright Brothers, pizza at Mother and all-day dining at No. 29 Power Station West. Vagabond, an independent wine bar and shop is also open for drinks and snacks.
Battersea Power Station’s pop up space under Grosvenor Arch will also host a bookshop, a free supervised doodle bar for kids, and space for parking prams.
Official Link: https://www.bactickets.co.uk/content/44505/whats_on/shows/storytelling_the_tiger_who_came_to_tea