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Storytime with Storyville


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Pop into the Wheeler Centre these school holidays for a rolling session of storytelling, geared towards four to eight-year-olds.

This marvellous morning event will see three talented actors sharing a range of classic and contemporary kids’ books. You’ll encounter old friends, discover new adventures … and hear stories as you’ve never heard them before. This vibrant celebration of reading is presented in partnership with Storyville, a programme that sees Australian performers visit schools to read aloud for fun and learning.

Pull up a beanbag, stay a little or a long time, and tune in to tall tales from some of the best performers in the biz.


Marika Aubrey

Marika Aubrey is an actor and cabaret performer. She has performed across television, film, cabaret and theatre, with roles in Channel 7’s All Saints, Southern Star’s Spirited, Deadly Women for Beyond International, and the feature film Feed co-starring Jack Thompson and Alex O’Loughlin. ... Read more

Rowan Howard

Rowan is a native Queenslander who relocated to Melbourne three years ago. He has since appeared in numerous guest roles for some of Australia’s most loved TV series, and performed in a multitude of theatre productions for various companies across Melbourne. He is a classically trained vocalist an... Read more

Felicity Soper

Felicity Soper has worked as an actor in theatre, film and television in Melbourne, Sydney and London’s West End. Melbourne credits include performing with Ranters, the Artisan Collective and Eleventh Hour. In Sydney, she has worked with Belvoir St, Griffin Theatre and the Ensemble Theatre. H... Read more


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