Tate Modern Workshop

Storytelling and Making Workshop with Lisa Stickley

The Wobbly Waitress, courtesy of Tate Publishing

Join Tate Publishing author Lisa Stickley for a workshop around a humorous story about the difficulty of waitressing with hiccups

Mabel is one of the best waitresses you’ll ever meet, but today there’s a problem. She has the hiccups and suddenly, spaghetti bolognese is flying, ice cream sundaes are tumbling and the customers are less than pleased. Can her friends find a way to cure Mabel’s hiccups and save the day? Full of zest and humour this book will have fans young and old laughing out loud.

Lisa Stickley is a Tate Publishing author.

Biography

Lisa Stickley is an award winning designer, author and illustrator who started out life as a printed textile designer, training at Central Saint Martins. Inspired by her daughter’s everyday musings, Lisa’s quirky tales are told from a fresh untainted view of the world with humour and charm. Lisa was nominated for the CILIP Carnegie & Kate Greenaway award in 2018 for her children’s books and was a finalist in the Made for Mum awards. Back in 2010, Lisa published her first sewing book Made at Home. Her latest project book, Makes for Mini Folk, has just been released.

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Date & Time

25 May 2019 at 14.30–15.30

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