Find out about the stories that are told using this intriguing box from Rajasthan in India.
It’s said a picture can tell a thousand words, this wooden riverturtle helped tell 1043 words.
Why does a legend last? The artefacts and images that made up the museum exhibit on Wild Edric of the Stiperstones.
Poets Dave Bingham & Kevin Bamford give voice to the characters in the enduring legend of Wild Edric of the Stiperstones.
Details about these vibrant illustrations of Shropshire Myths.
Details of the acrylic paintings at the heart of the Shropshire exhibit in Mythstories museum.
Find out about the 16 canvas panels detailing King Arthur’s enduring presence in Shropshire Legend.
Auca is an evolving tradition still telling stories today. See how Mythstories employed it to tell story of the ‘real life’ Robin Hood.
Get the background information on how giants claimed a place in the World’s First Story Museum.
One of the core exhibits in Mythstories Collection: The Romany Gypsy Storytelling Wagon with its Life In A Box activity for Key Stage 2 pupils.
Beautiful new merchandise is now available at the Art UK shop. Every purchase supports Mythstories’ work.
Tuesday 6th September 2022 and it was time to ready Bertie and Morgan for their trip to their new home at Le Maison des Geants in Ath.
Ever wondered why the average fly is not a gifted raconteur? The answer is only a click away in this African traditional tale.
Can girls be turned into elephants? And if they can is it possible for them to become girls again? Your questions are answered in this short story.
Two paintings from Mythstories collection honouring the Hindu God Krishna.
The Hindu tale of a King, who became a hermit, a deer and nearly a human sacrifice.
An Indian folktale about how a man so intent on proving himself greater than everyone else learnt a valuable lesson.
A bonus Tante Odette tale of a ‘turnaround Tuesday’ with baking made difficult!
A tale from the Welsh Kamishibai with sinister Welsh fairies where bird song develops a deeper complexity.
A tale from the Welsh Kamishibai with devils and magic and a gory ending.