Storyteller, Epic Tales
Chip Colquhoun began storytelling professionally in 2007 alongside Amy Robinson. He's since performed in 10 countries, presented Traditional Tales for the Oxford Reading Tree online, performed regularly at Glastonbury Festival, and represented the Roald Dahl Story Museum on ITV. He also wrote the EU's guidance on using storytelling in schools in 2015, and has more recently produced training for the National English Hub on inspiring children to read for pleasure. He currently lives in the former residence of Samuel Pepys, England's most famous diarist, up in Cambridgeshire.
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