Chip Colquhoun

EP #0027 Chip Colquhoun

Chip Colquhoun began his storytelling professionally in 2007.

He’s since performed in 10 countries, presented traditional tales for the Oxford Reading Tree, the world’s most renowned program for teaching kids to read, performed regularly at Glastonbury, the UK’s biggest music festival, and represented the Roald Dahl Story Museum on TV.

He also wrote the EU’s guidance on using storytelling in schools and has recently begun assisting the UK’s government’s departments for education to train teachers in using storytelling, specifically to inspire kids to read for pleasure. He lives in the former residence of Samuel Pepys, England’s most famous diarist in the geographically lowest lands in England with his wife Emma and kitten Tito.

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