top of page

Sun, 04 Feb

|

Station Hall

Rashmi Sirdeshpande & Rikin Parekh - Yes You Can, Cow! for ages 4+

Meet a little Cow with a BIG fear. She's the star of stage show Hey Diddle Diddle but she's TERRIFIED of the grand finale. She doesn't think she can jump over Moon! Join us to see if she can finally find her courage and follow her dreams with a teensy bit of help from YOU!

Registration is closed
See other events
Rashmi Sirdeshpande & Rikin Parekh - Yes You Can, Cow! for ages	4+
Rashmi Sirdeshpande & Rikin Parekh - Yes You Can, Cow! for ages	4+

Time & Location

04 Feb 2024, 14:00 – 14:45

Station Hall, Railton Rd, London SE24 0JW, UK

About the Artists & Speakers

Rashmi Sirdeshpande is an award-winning children’s author who writes a mix of fiction and non-fiction. She was an official World Book Day author for 2022 and her books have been published around the world and reviewed in a number of newspapers from The Guardian to The Wall Street Journal. Her first picture book, Never Show a T-Rex a Book, illustrated by Diane Ewen, won the 2021 Society of Authors Queen’s Knickers Award and the Anna Dewdney Award in the USA and was shortlisted for the Lollies 2022. Her non-fiction book, Good News: Why the World is Not as Bad As You Think, illustrated by Adam Hayes, was shortlisted for the Blue Peter Book Awards.

Rikin studied art at Camberwell College of Arts and then at the University of Westminster. After graduating he worked Freelance in the Film industry designing monsters and as a Storyboard Artist. He also worked as a bookseller at Borders right up until they ceased trading. He then worked for the online streaming company LOVEFiLM and then decided that he'd love to work in Primary schools as a Teaching Assistant so he could help children read, write and draw.

He's currently working on a non-fiction series with Walker Books, finishing final art for the last book in the "Worst Class in the World..." series and lots of other fun projects!

When he’s not drawing you’ll probably find him at the cinema, at a Comic-Con or working as a Teaching Assistant somewhere in NW London.

Tickets

  • Child Ticket (+ 1 FREE Adult)

    With each Child Ticket an adult can attend for free. Stepping Into Stories is a not-for-profit festival, funded by grants and donations. We strive to ensure that cost is never a barrier to taking part so we have introduced a 3 tier rate. Pay Less - For those on Lower Income who cannot afford the standard rate. Standard Rate - This is the standard cost of a ticket. Supporters Rate - If you can pay more and would like to support the festival, thank you! Every contribution helps.

    From £4.00 to £12.00
    Sale ended
    • £4.00
      +£0.10 service fee
    • £8.00
      +£0.20 service fee
    • £12.00
      +£0.30 service fee
    • Adult / Extra Adult Ticket

      From £4.00 to £12.00
      Sale ended
      • £4.00
        +£0.10 service fee
      • £8.00
        +£0.20 service fee
      • £12.00
        +£0.30 service fee

      Total

      £0.00

      Share this event

      bottom of page