The Story Museum

The Story Museum
42 Pembroke Street, Oxford, OX1 1BP
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1001 Stories: Stories and Mythology

Join our expect panel including Dr Justine McConnell, Lecturer in Comparative Literature, King's College London and performance storyteller Anna Conomos as we explore the roots of mythology and stories and its echoes through the ages. Join us for an evening of debate, storytelling, and a chance to join in the…

Thu 4 May

The Adventures of Book Worm

Our regular Early Years activity with puppeteer and author Emma Boor! Come along and meet book worm and join in his amazing adventures through the world of story books. An interactive puppets and play session with music, gentle clowning and lots of joining in. Suitable for children aged 0-5 years. All children must be…

Around the World in 80 Days Workshop

Join Andy Owens, star of our Three Bears Christmas show, on a day long drama workshop taking children on a journey of stories from around the world. Ages 8-12

Baby Boogie

Toddlers and grown-ups grab some space on the dance-floor and let the music take you away. Take a break in the chill-out zone with free face painting. For ages 0-6 year olds with older siblings welcome. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Kick off your shoes and turn up the volume for a disco delight with your…

Sat 15 Apr

Sat 13 May

Sat 10 Jun

David Wood: Fifty Years of Suddenlies

Broadcaster and journalist Libby Purves talks to David Wood – ‘the national children’s dramatist’ (Irving Wardle, The Times) – about 50 years in children’s theatre with shows including The Tiger Who Came to Tea, The Gingerbread Man and Goodnight Mr Tom.


Elmer the patchwork elephant is tired of being different. But when he hides his “true colours” he discovers, with help from his friends, that he’s happiest just being himself. Join Elmer on a vibrant, musical safari through the jungle to celebrate everything that makes us unique. Adapted from the well-loved children’s…

A Most Unusual Quiz

Do you know your Jane Austen from your Agatha Christie? Perhaps you can effortlessly quote every Quentin Tarentino film ever made? Or maybe you have a secret talent for recognising children’s television theme tunes from the 1970s? Come and join us for a Most Unusual Quiz Night at The Story Museum and test your…

Wed 5 Apr

Wed 7 Jun

Nick Cope’s Songbook

Acoustic folk-rock for children.

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