Quay Words – Talk on the wild side with globetrotting-storyteller Clive PiG

  • The Transit Shed, Exeter Quay
  • August 21
  • 13:00 - 13:50
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Join Clive PiG, storyteller, poet and potato juggler, to hear wacky wildlife stories on Exeter Quayside.

Clive’s dynamic delivery of traditional and original tales appeals to young and old, making him a popular performer in the UK and beyond.
This travelling talesman has sung songs on TV in New York City, shared stories in Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan, and spouted poetry at Number 10 Downing Street.

Clive’s storytelling is theatrical and interactive, combining music and song, rhythm and rhyme. His dramatic performance style is captured perfectly in his two illustrated books of original stories and comic poems – Jurassic Cove  and Unicorn in the Playground

This performance will take place in the Transit Shed on Exeter Quay and is suitable for the whole family and will last for around 40 – 50 minutes.

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“He doesn’t just tell the story, he lives the story.”
Emma Cordy, Stage Manager, Big Top, Kidz Field, Glastonbury Festival.

Find out more about Clive at his website.

Photo: Harry Duns.

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PLEASE NOTE: This performance is free but as we continue to monitor changing Covid-19 guidance places are restricted. We ask that you book to secure your seat. A limited number of individual and group tickets are available for this performance. Group tickets seat up to 6 people, after you have selected this ticket type, you will be asked to specify how many people are in your group. You will be able to select an amount of people between 2 and 6. This allows us to seat as many people as we can in line with social-distancing guidelines.