Little School of Improbable Cooking
The Little School Of Improbable Cooking is a partnership project with Stoke Libraries and Children In Need. This project brings together creative writing activities and cooking to provide a high-quality participative arts experience for children, families and young people in some of the most disadvantaged neighbourhoods of Stoke-on-Trent.
The Little School of Improbable Cooking opened its doors again this summer holiday for trainee chefs aged 2-12 and their families—this year the school was taken over by pirates—with some swashbuckling cooking and writing activities! Once again B arts’ chefs were joined by some fabulous writers from Writing West Midlands across the 4 weeks, with 3 different writers; Jasmine Gardosi, Kurly McGeatchie and Nathan Lunt creating poems, stories and mini-performances. There were free morning and afternoon sessions across the holidays at Stoke, Bentilee and Meir Libraries, and the Hub in Fegg Hayes.
The project is delivered by B arts in partnership with Stoke-On-Trent Libraries and Writing West Midlands.