Friday Oct 14, 2022

Apples, Wolves, Pots and Pans - Reimagining Old Tales

This week we took on a storytelling challenge, to retell a well known story from the point of view of an inanimate object in the tale.  Alan tells the story of Little Red Riding Hood from the point of view of the Apple, titled Arthur's Apples, and Simona tells the tale of Nasreddin and his Pot, from the point of view of the Pot itself.  We had great fun with this one!

Let us know what you think, and if you'd like to take part, suggest other tales or retellings, challenge us or tell one yourself, get in touch!

A Cornucopia of Tales and Tellers is a passion project brought to you by English teachers Alan and Simona, who want to create a compilation - or cornucopia if you will - of stories from all around the world and by as many tellers from around the world as possible.  So grab a cup of tea, chai, water or uisce beatha, relax and enjoy hearing tales that have been handed down generations, or even ones that were dreamt up yesterday! Music by Purple Planet.

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