Autumn performances 2023 › London

Past event

Ele Fountain performance

How did it go?

We had a fantastic start to our autumn 2023 programme, with the extremely brilliant author Ele Fountain at the Bloomsbury theatre in London, talking about her book Wild. Ele’s talk was super-informative - she discussed the pressing issues of climate chaos, the importance of the rainforest, and preserving its plants and animals, what we can do to make a difference, as well as her top tips on how to become an author, and where you can find great ideas for stories. The audience of 500 children from local primary schools was captivated from start to finish, and then left grinning clutching their very own copy of Ele’s book Wild. Wonderful!

Ele Fountain Workshop

Year 5 and 6 children from four lucky London schools enjoyed working on their creative writing skills in a fascinating workshop run by Ele Fountain. The children loved having Ele in their classroom, especially after having seen her on stage at the Bloomsbury Theatre.

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Every child attending this performance will receive a **FREE** copy of _Wild_ to take home and keep! cover

Every child attending this performance will receive a FREE copy of Wild to take home and keep!

Venue:
Bloomsbury Theatre, 15 Gordon Street, London WC1H 0AH
Date:
Friday 29th September
Time:
11:00 am
Duration:
Approx. 1 hour
Age range:
Years 5 and 6

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Ele Fountain

Ele Fountain is an award-winning writer of contemporary fiction with recurring themes of family, identity and hope. Her books have sold to 12 countries worldwide and been nominated for more than 30 awards. Before writing, Ele worked as an editor in children’s publishing where she was responsible for launching and nurturing the careers of many prize-winning and bestselling authors. She speaks regularly at schools and literary festivals. Ele lives in Hampshire with her husband, daughters, lots of spiders and a stripy ginger cat that thinks he is a tiger.

Praise for Wild

Expertly crafted

Nicolette Jones, The Sunday Times Children's Book of the Week


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