The Fish Lizard Comes to Lyme

On Tuesday 19th February, from 2-3pm, the Lyme Regis Library will be hosting the first official performance reading of The Fish Lizard of Lyme (A Little Tale That's Told in Rhyme) by the story's writer and illustrator Carolyn King. Suitable for all ages from 7 up, the reading will be accompanied by a colouring workshop, materials provided.

At first all the people ran awayThe next day, Wednesday 20th February, Carolyn will add to the half-term fun planned by the Lyme Regis Museum by offering another reading and workshop based on the poem and will be held at 11am and 2pm.

These readings/workshops are free of charge, but advance booking is essential. For the Library event, please ring 01297 443151, and for the Museum, ring 01297 443370 or visit

The Fish Lizard of Lyme with many lizardicious illustrations is soon to be published. It is one of the projects in Lyme Regis ArtsFest's collaboration with the Museum called re:collection, which is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

Published on 04/02/2013.

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