Events

2017 Events…more events coming soon!

August 3rd – Writing workshop at the Museum of Norwich at the Bridewell. ”Do you have a budding young writer in the family? Looking for inspiration for the Write on Norfolk story writing competition? Come and join local author, Isabelle King, to ‘Make A Character’ inspired by the famous Samson statue from our museum. First Isabelle will entertain us with a storytelling about the statue from ‘The Norfolk Story Book.’ Then she will lead a friendly, fun workshop where we will use words, drawing and imagination to create our own characters and bring them to life! Best suited to ages 5-10. The workshop will be followed by a book signing and a chance to ask Isabelle questions about writing. Workshop is free – places are limited – call to book  http://www.events.museums.norfolk.gov.uk/public_events.aspx?event_startdate=3/8/2017

July 9th – Story Festival at Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse. Isabelle will be performance storytelling at 1.30pm and 2pm and ‘The Norfolk Story Book’ will be available to buy. http://www.museums.norfolk.gov.uk/Visit_Us/Gressenhall_Farm_and_Workhouse/index.htm

July 2nd – South Norfolk on Show – Isabelle will be performance storytelling in the Story Tent at 11.30am and 1pm  https://www.south-norfolk.gov.uk/onshow

June 11th – ISBN Literary Festival – Isabelle will be storytelling from ‘The Norfolk Story Book as part of The Prince’s Trust Enterprise team.

06/06/2017 – 25/07/2017 – 7pm-9pm at Norwich High School with The Public house. Writing Fiction of Children – An Introduction. Isabelle will be teaching this 8 week creative writing course. For booking information and for more details visit the Public House website http://www.thepublichousenorwich.co.uk/courses/writing-fiction-for-children-an-introduction/

April 20th – 7pm-8pm at Norfolk and Norwich Millennium Library. Isabelle King presents ‘Books Talk Back’ a literary event which focuses on writing for young adults featuring Guest Author, Alexander Gordon Smith. For more information or to book tickets, contact 01603 774703 or email millennium.lib@norfolk.gov.uk.

April 12th – 11am-12noon at Norfolk and Norwich Millennium Library in the Early Years Library. A ‘fun for all the family’ event with interactive storytelling and book signings. Most suited to children aged 5-9. For more information or to book tickets, contact 01603 774703 or email millennium.lib@norfolk.gov.uk.

April 3rd – 2pm at Discover Downham Heritage and Learning Centre- storytelling and creative writing workshops. To book, contact Discover Downham 01366 383075  http://www.discoverdownham.org.uk/contact.htm

March, April and May – Touring schools with the Norfolk and Norwich Festival – ‘Norfolk Story Book workshops’ – Each 2 hour workshop will include interactive storytelling, creative writing workshops and an author Q&A -schools will receive an ‘Arts Award Discover.’ To check availability, make a booking and discuss any requirements you might have, please contact:Email takepart@nnfestival.org.uk Phone 01603 878288

All details are via the link http://www.nnfestival.org.uk/takepart/take-part-schools

February 14th – 11am ‘A Mammoth Journey’ storytelling and book signings at Waterstones 17-19 Castle Meadow, Norwich NR2 1PB

February 9th – Author talk and creative writing workshops at Norwich High Junior School

2016 Events

November 21st – A week’s primary school tour with Waterstones.

November 13th – Storytelling and book signing in the children’s library at Norfolk and Norwich Millennium Library, followed by drawing activities. 3pm. Free, drop in activity.

October 27th – Storytelling, activities and book signings at Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse. Normal admission fees to the museum apply. This event is fun for all the family. http://www.museums.norfolk.gov.uk/visit_us/gressenhall_farm_and_workhouse/index.htm

October 25th Storytelling and book signing at Waterstones, Castle Street, Norwich from 1pm. Free to attend and fun for all the family.

October 25th Storytelling, children’s creative writing class and book signing at Norfolk and Norwich Millennium Library 11-12pm. Free, advance bookings only. https://www.norfolk.gov.uk/libraries-local-history-and-archives/libraries/your-local-library/locations-and-opening-times/norfolk-and-norwich-millennium-library

October 15th – Book Launch for ‘The Norfolk Story Book’ at Norwich Castle. Storytelling and book signings will take place at 12noon, 1pm and 2pm. Normal admission fees to Norwich Castle apply. This event is fun for all the family. http://www.museums.norfolk.gov.uk/Visit_Us/Norwich_Castle/Norwich_Castle_Admissions

October 6th- Dragon themed storytelling and creative writing workshop at Waterstones Norwich, 4.30pm. Suitable for ages 4-11. Book your free place for budding young writers by calling 01603 727292

September 17th and 18th – Family Trail for the Writers Centre Norwich #Noirwich Crime Writing Festival. Starts at The Forum, Saturday 9am. Isabelle has created and organised the Family Trail, in which Queen Elizabeth 1st visits Norwich.

July/August – Writer in Residence position at Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse.

June 3rd – Books Talk Back at The British Library with sponsorship from the Eccles Centre for American Studies, featuring guest author, Alison Macleod.

May 18th – Books Talk Back in collaboration with CineMe Films at the Hen and Chickens, Bristol, featuring guest speaker, Bob Baker.

May 2nd – Storytelling at Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse from ‘The Norfolk Story Book’ for Summer Story Festival.

April 23rd -Storytelling at Norwich Castle from ‘The Norfolk Story Book’ – the story of the Norwich Snap dragon – as part of Deadly Dragons season.

March 19th – Storytelling at Norwich Castle from ‘The Norfolk Story Book’ – the story of the Norwich Snap dragon – as part of Deadly Dragons season.

March 7th – Books Talk Back at Norwich Arts Centre featuring guest author Eliza Robertson. Words and Women fifth anniversary event and International Women’s Day celebration at Norwich Arts Centre – Isabelle will be reading her short story which was highly commended for for the Words and Women 2016 prose competition judged by Emma Healey.

Feb 24th – Teaching a creative writing course at Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse – getting started with creative writing and exploring character in the narrative using inspiration from the ‘Voices from the Workhouse’ project.

Feb 19th – Storytelling at Norwich Castle from ‘The Norfolk Storybook’ – the story of the Norwich snap dragon – as part of Deadly Dragons season.