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Bring The terrible tale of the Lambton Worm to life in your school grounds.

There are many ways to retell stories, but there’s something about taking it outside that adds an extra dimension of excitement for both the audience and the performers. This is particularly true for a story like The Terrible Tale of the Lambton Worm, where the dramatic scenes benefit from the extra space that an outdoor setting provides. For this storytelling walk, groups of children perform sections of the story as the audience walks from one to the next.

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