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saturday 17TH FEBRUARY

DAY six – saturday 17TH FEBRUARY

Special Guest, Reeve & McIntyre present ADVENTURMICE!

Join storytelling superstars Philip Reeve and Sarah McIntyre to discover their brand-new, superbly silly and endearing series for early readers, Adventuremice! Meet their plucky hero, Pedro – he’s tiny, but while looking for a BIG adventure, he is rescued by the ADVENTUREMICE – a brave, determined team who keep all the Mouse Islands safe from harm.

Expect interactive storytelling, learn how to draw Pedro and help Philip and Sarah invent wild and wonderful new islands. Fun for the whole family! Find fun activities on their website.

Recommended audience age as 5+

Sarah and Philip will be able to sign, dedicate and doodle in your own copy of Adventuremice.

Book here

Adventuremice with Sarah McIntyre and Philip Reeve with FREE Festival Pass (admits 1 child + 1 adult) (11am – 1pm) £10 + BOOKING FEE

After Adventuremice, you will also get access to the below until 1pm…

The Story Store

Watch an interactive performance at THE STORY STORE. With the help of Mich and Emma (our Dynamic Duo of Librarians) local folktales will merge with new epics collected from Exeter schoolchildren and be brought to life through visual storytelling, imaginative play and puppetry. Join in and help us fill in the gaps, put the pieces back together or make some silly story stylings of your own! 

Build a world out of cardboard

And while you’re here you can help us build a new world out of cardboard at our interactive exhibition that you can add to all week…



Supported by Extreme Imagination