Tate Britain Workshop

Story Space

Adult playing dress-up games with two young children in a play room

Story Space Pop-up, Tate Britain, February 2022, copyright Dan Weill

A place for families of all ages to read, imagine, play and create

Featuring a library of books by Black authors, Indigenous authors and authors of colour from around the world, Story Space celebrates books that centre children of colour, and aims for everyone to see themselves reflected in the books they read.Our library also includes stories about queer and disabled children and families.

Read to yourself, to someone else, with each other, out loud. Once you’ve discovered some new stories, tell your own story through our character-building and storyboard activities!

Join us for storytelling and illustration events with special guests on Saturdays during school holidays. Free, drop-in at 12.00

Tate Britain

Manton Studio

Entry via the Manton Entrance

London SW1P 4RG
Plan your visit


4 April – 17 December 2022

Every weekend and Wednesday during term time.

Every day during school holidays.

10.00–16.45 (Closed 13.00–14.00)


Free, for kids, young adults and families of all ages

Book a free collection ticket to drop in and discover new stories.

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