The Tale Weavers: An interactive audio-story

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Page One Theatre and Morley College London were programmed in June to perform their new children’s theatre show, Tale Weavers. Now we are in lockdown, they have decided to turn this once live project into an interactive audio-story designed for the whole family (recommended for ages 4-12).

About Tale Weavers

Tired of the usual Fairy Tales? Heard them all before? Join Page One Theatre and Morley College London Acting students in this interactive audio-story adventure for the whole family! Become a Tale Weaver and transform your home into frightful forests or mighty mountains, your toys into the tools to traverse them, and call on your family as companions in the quest of a lifetime! Enter the Fairy Tale of your own making by listening to a not-so-known story of bravery and friendship, and then tell the rest yourself! Time to tell your own Tale…

What do children gain from this audio-story?

This is a fun and all-inclusive way to foster the imagination, movement and creativity of everyone at home!

The educational value of this experience is highly beneficial as taking part will grow your child’s imagination and inspire them to create their own story. Children will develop their focus, spoken word, listening, creative and motor skills as they interact with different sections of the story.

Tale Weavers Audio Story


About Page One Theatre

Page One Theatre are a company of collaborators creating visual theatre for young audiences. They believe that children should be offered inspirational theatrical experiences and aim to inspire, challenge and feed imaginations. Combining movement and object puppetry they produce original and vibrant new performances for children and their families.

About Morley College London

Morley College London is an adult education college based in London. Our HND Performing Arts (Acting) course is a two-year qualification aimed at students who want to progress into a career in Acting. During the course student’s work on a series of projects, fine tuning their talents to rehearse and collaborate with others, performing a diverse range of work in front of live audiences.

Devised by acting students from Morley College London’s HND Performing Arts course as part of a Page One Theatre Enrichment programme.

Director: Gabriele Lombardo
Producer: Chloe Stephens
Actor-Creators: Amalia Cohen, Heba Salah Eldin, Kate Kempin, Elsa Annushka Nigro
Vocal/Singing Coach: Una McMahon and Michalis Angelakis
Design: Helen Coyston

Duration of piece: 25  minute interactive audio-story

Previous reviews of Page One Theatre’s Rise and Fall

★★★★ “A fun and fascinating production” London Theatre 1
A unique, poetic, physical theatre experience” Children’s Theatre Reviews
A perfect invitation to let your imagination weave its own story” The Young Londoner