Stories remind us that we are not alone.

Alice Bianchi-Clark


Alice is a multilingual performance storyteller, comfortable in English, French and Italian. Alice’s international performance storytelling experience includes festival work and workshops in Malaysia and India. Her performance storytelling style is particularly suited to young audiences and involves elements of puppetry, music, dance, art and craft.


Alice has worked with special needs children, pre-schoolers, junior school children and teens. She has indoor and outdoor experience working with local and international schools, museums, libraries, hotels, community centres, institutes, malls, parks, zoos and, more recently, delivering content through online platforms.

She is an active member of Storytelling Association Singapore (SAS) and the Federation of Asian Storytellers (FEAST).

Jacob Ballas Children's Garden

Woods in the Books

National Gallery



Jurong Bird Park

Singapore Storytelling Festivals

The annual 398.2 Singapore Storytelling Festival holds a special place in her heart. For this is where she premiered her first professional story in 2015, under the tutelage of award-winning storyteller Roger Jenkins. She is thrilled that he is still her mentor and that they often collaborate together, including bilingually.

 She has also participated in other local festivals including the Singapore Writers Festival, the Festival de la Danse and Fête de la Musique at the Alliance Française and the Story Carnival at the Enabling Village.

398.2 Storytelling Festival, 2022

Beetle and Paca
Tandem with Edward Lysander Clark

Danse, Alliance Française, 2021

Twelve Dancing Princesses (French) with Aradhana Iyer Vohra

Singapore Writers’ Festival 2020


398.2 Storytelling Festival, 2019

Chichibbio from Boccaccio’s Decamerone (6th Day, 4th Story)
Bi-lingual (Italian) with Edward Lysander Clark

Fête de la Musique, Alliance Française, 2019

La Légende du Lac de l’Oie Sauvage
Bi-lingual (French) with Roger Jenkins and Ni Jiawei

398.2 Storytelling Festival, 2017

The Three Billy Goats Gruff 

Fringe Festival, 2016

Penelope and Ulysses from Homer’s Illiad

Other Videos

- Rapunzel by Brothers Grimm (Teaser)

Kinokuniya and Times, 2019

The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson:
A Dramatic Retelling (Teaser)

Enabling Village, 2020

Thupka for All by P. Ram and S. Preuitt
With Roger Jenkins and vision impaired singer/teller, Wan Waiyee