Fate?

Many years ago I was leaning out of my little house as usual telling stories to a lovely group of children and adults. Somewhere in the crowd was a little girl called Tilly Lunken. She and her mother really enjoyed my stories and have always remembered and treasured that special time they had with me. How do I know this? Because she said so herself just the other day!

Tilly now is a writer! She loves telling stories too. Here is a photo of her getting ready to tell a story with puppets. Tilly is working on a new show and had a showing as part of the HATCH festival at Little Angel Theatre in London. I’m so happy to see you doing the same thing that I enjoy doing so much. Keep up the great work and never stop having fun.

Tilly Lunken

Tilly Lunken

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My Christmas Cracker tomorrow in Preston

Come and see me at the New Continental down by the river in Preston Town Centre tomorrow at 1pm. It’s only a short walk from Preston station, and the trains are all running fine now.

Even if you choose to drive, Preston is only 30 minutes from Manchester, Liverpool and Lancaster so there’s no excuse not to come, really.

I had a brilliant time today with Rachel down the New Continental with stories and songs for a lovely audience of all ages. I made the ladies giggle, Rachel parcelled the children up in a giant Christmas bow, Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer appeared and we all cheered when his Christmas dream came true.

Thurtinkle

With the kids at the New Continental, Christmas 2010

Scitech – what a wonderful day out in Perth, Australia

I took a look around Scitech the other day and it was fab! All the poeple there are very friendly and keen to tell you all about science and technology, which is something I frankly don’t know nearly enough myself having studied magic and spellcasting most of my life. Many thanks to Renae who agreed to hold the camera for me while I waxed lyrical about what an amazing place it was. If you’re in Perth, go visit.  They’re having a seniors week soon, so I’ll have to go again and hang out with the older people, see if any of them have heard of my cousin Owen Opaldigger.

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