How much does it cost?
$6 per child with a minimum of $200 per performance.
Most storytelling sessions go for 45 minutes, which is about three stories.
Where do we tell stories?
In the Brisbane metropolitan area (outside Brisbane can be negotiated).
What do we need?
- A clear space for the storytellers and the kids (eg an empty classroom)
- Ideally there should be no visual distractions behind the performing area and major entrances should
be behind the seated audience
- Amplification is not needed unless it is a very large group
For further information or to make a booking please contact:
What do other people say about Wide Eyed Stories?
Here are a few testimonials from people who have enjoyed our sessions:
“Hello all, just thought I’d let you know about some great storytellers who came to our ECDP today. They are called Wide Eyed Stories. Two women (one has a background in speech pathology and the other a background in drama and performance) performed great interactive stories with a strong sensory focus. Our kids loved it. I would highly recommend these women and they are very interested in becoming involved with young children with special needs.”
Bronwyn, Special Education Teacher
“Catriona Pine is speech pathologist and uses puppets etc to tell wonderful stories.”
Jeanne, Prep Teacher
“Thank you so much for today. I thoroughly enjoyed your session and your passion for reaching our children!”
“Through creative stories and puppetry Catriona and Juliet keep the attention of the kids, captivate imaginations and bring joy to a wide variety of people and ages – Wide Eyed Stories is a hit at our church!”
Rev. Eadred Bryans, Pastor,
Hertford Street Baptist Church
“Thank you so much to you and Juliet for a wonderful performance today. My kids were transfixed and didn’t move the whole show, and my daughter spend the next hour asking me ‘Where’s Dizzy’. It was also a lovely clear message too which was great for the parents to hear! The feedback from them was also very positive and many were giggling throughout the performance.”
Ruth, Playgroup Mum