Friday, 14 February 2014

Fallibroome: van Gogh's secrets

a table of van Gogh's

...and in that quiet, unassuming corner of Cheshire called Prestbury, a group of young detectives (including several supermen, Scooby-Doo, a fairy who kept her wand tucked down a boot to be quick on the draw, a lion and a very fluffy fox*) detected the stories that lay all unknown behind some of van Gogh's most famous works, including the act who sat on the roof to watch the Starry Night and the boy who knocked the Sunflowers over....

I'm not sure if van Gogh himself ever got to Egypt, let alone rode on a camel

And did he ever know about the very untidy hippo who slept in that bedroom and who got into trouble from her mother because of the mess?
Superman to the rescue!

a sinister moment

And after all that excitement, we animated some of scenes and told tales in pop-up-theatres of romance, and cooking and occasionally horrible deaths...

Thanks very much, Prestbury CE Primary School!

*It was a non-uniform day to support a local hospice and added an extra surreal touch to an already strange day!

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