Storytelling for the wee ones at Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre

The Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre is inviting families to come along to a series of storytelling events next month.

The Tourist Information Centre within the centre is holding the series of children’s storytelling events on Saturday mornings during August from 11am to 12pm. First in the series of events is Stories for Little Ones given by Thelma Whitehead on Saturday, 6 August at 11am.

Thelma is looking forward to coming along to the Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre’s new storytelling area to share her wide knowledge of local legends and characters. She said: “Storytelling has always been something I have enjoyed and it is a pleasure to share my passion with a young audience in the fabulous new arts centre.”

If you are unable to come along to the first storytelling event why not come along on Saturday 13 August at 11 am for another chance to hear Thelma’s amusing stories for little ones.

If it is myths and legends that your little ones are keen to hear about, why not bring them along on Saturday 20 August at 11am to hear the myths and legends of Limavady as told by John and Noreen Hamilton.

John and Noreen are professional and talented performers who have been telling the stories of the North West and North Coast on the storytelling circuit for many years. Their delivery brings to life the legends of Limavady in a unique way which never fails to captivate an audience.

Admission is free, so come along to be enchanted by the wonder and magic of children’s storytelling this summertime at the Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre.