Pocketful Of Nothing traditional storytelling for schools, theatre and libraries

Storytelling and performances for primary schools, libraries, and theatres in and around London.

For further information, please telephone 07949 592654 or email: info@pocketfulofnothing.com

Shows available for 2020.

  • Farmer Who's Enormous Turnip and The Three Little Pigs

  • Wizard Loon's Jack and The Beanstalk

  • Who's Been Eating My Porridge?

  • Comments about the shows

  • Farmer Who's Enormous Turnip and The Three Little Pigs
    Farmer Who's Enormous Turnip Traditional Storytelling

    "The best show of its type that we have booked."
    Fielding Primary School, Ealing

    Farmer Who's in trouble. Because he never went to school, he's forever mistaking his horse for his cow, his pigs for his sheep and his carrots for his potatoes.

    Then he has a brainy-wave. He'll get some really clever children to teach him! Soon, everyone's mooing and baaing, digging and sowing, pulling and tugging, and reliving the many wonderful adventures that he and his animals have down on the farm.

    Ever popular and always entertaining, these traditional stories provide excellent opportunities for audience participation while covering a host of curriculum topics including: 'communication, language and literacy' and 'knowledge and understanding of the world'.

    Running time: 45 minutes - stories tailored to age range (3 to 7 year olds)

    Wizard Loon's Jack and the Beanstalk

    The great Wizard Loon (Master of Delusions) tells the true story of Jack and the beanstalk.

    Finally, the magician who gave Jack those five magic beans, reveals all!

    An unbelievable tale of magic, mayhem and mystery.

    Wizard Loon - no tale to tall, no joke too small!

    The Giant and Jack and the Beanstalk

    Running time: 45 to 55 minutes - depending on age range (3 to 7 year olds)

    Who's Been Eating My Porridge - Goldilocks

    It's a busy day at the Captain Clueless Detective Agency. While training his new recruits (the audience) Captain Clueless gets a call from a tearful Baby Bear telling him that someone's eaten his porridge, broken his chair and slept in his bed. Who could it possibly be?

    Springing into action, Captain Clueless and his merry band of new detectives leave no tale untold and no trick unfumbled as they set out to catch the culprit.

    Captain Clueless with Goldilocks and the Three Bears

    Traditional tales, magical routines and loads of audience participation make this a truly entertaining caper.

    Running time: 45 to 60 minutes - depending on age range (3 to 7 year olds)

    What people have said about the shows

    See what Mayfield Primary School had to say and their slideshoow

    For further information or to book a storytelling session, please phone 07949 592654 or email: info@pocketfulofnothing.com