Narrator talks it up

Ashton Gwynn, 10, pictured, joined in the spirit of the entertaining session with actor and professional narrator, Stig WemyssTHE voice behind many popular children’s stories fostered a new generation of story-tellers during an animated narration session at the Sir John Gorton Library.
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A good-sized crowdjoined in the spirit of the entertaining session with actor and professional narrator, Stig Wemyss.

Mr Wemyss has been narrating audio books for 25 years and has performed in a number of television shows, including Neighbours, Colin Carpenter, Blue Heelers and Stingers. He recently had a small part in The Hunger Games.

“Listening to audio stories is one way of encouraging children to read books. There’s a lot who don’t know they exist or that they can be borrowed free from your local library like a book,” he said.

Mr Wemyss challenged various children with entertaining “survey” questions before showing his narration skills with one of Andy Griffiths’ short stories.

His story kept the children spell-bound.

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