Family Shows


June

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  • Mamoru Iriguchi: Eaten

  • Sunday 24 June. 1pm - 1.45pm and 3pm - 3.45pm
  • £5 or family of four £15.
  • 6+ younger children are welcome
  • Eaten is a show for families about food, eating and being eaten.
  • What if your food started talking back? Meet Lionel the lion. He’s just eaten a human called Mamoru for lunch, but hasn’t chewed his food. So Mamoru’s alive and well in his stomach, and now wants to say hello! A strange friendship between the eater and the eaten starts to grow. Meanwhile, Lionel’s breakfast wants to say hello… from his bottom! Eaten invites children and grown-ups to the fascinating world of food chains, asking ‘What should we eat?’ and ‘Who should eat us?!’
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July

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  • Baby Disco: Space

  • Sunday 1 July. 11am - 12pm, 1pm - 2pm and 2.30pm - 3.30pm
  • 0 - 6 years
  • Family of four Pass £10 or Child £5, Adult £1
  • The sky’s the limit as we launch deep into outer space, where Martians meet and meteors soar. Move to the beat through our multi-sensory creation with disco lighting and thematic projections. DJ James Kelly provides the musical soundtrack while Alison Bacon leads you through the dance moves. Perfect for children aged 6 and under, come in fancy dress as your favourite space adventurer to really get the most out of your quest!
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  • Taking Flight Theatre Company
    You've Got Dragons

  • Saturday 14 July. 1pm - 1.50pm and 3pm - 3.50pm
  • £5 or family of four £15.
  • 3+ babies in arms welcome
  • "Dragons come when you least expect it. You turn round...and they're there."
  • Lots of people get them; bad dreams, swirly tummy, that prickly feeling. And sometimes they make you feel alone. So, what can a young child with a bad case of the dragons do? With original live music, this highly visual, sensitive production is a humorous and touching exploration of the dragons we all face. And remember... ìNo dragon is more powerful than YOU!
  • This intergenerational show is accessible to all, featuring creative captioning, interwoven BSL and audio description.
  • Get creative before and after the shows with free accessible craft activities exploring fun, practical ideas to promote wellbeing. 11.30am and 4.30pm on Saturday 14 July. All welcome.
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  • Attenborough Family Extravaganza: In My Shoes

  • Saturday 21 July. 11am - 1pm
  • FREE
  • Our grand summer family extravaganza is open to all families to come along to explore the galleries and get creative together. Work with our friendly team of artists, have fun and add your artwork to our pop-up family gallery..
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