The Music House for Children's new spring show inspired by The Secret Garden, a musical storytale with animals, action and adventure.
Have you ever done a sun salutation with a Gruffalo? Once Upon a Yoga Mat is a brand new and entirely immersive way of introducing the practise of Yoga to children.
Settle down with our STORYSTOCK storyteller to celebrate the wonderful world of Judith Kerr with all your favourite stories
A Play in a Morning with Bright Lights Drama is packed with fun, creative games and improvisation all based on the much-loved favourite by Roald Dahl The Enormous Crocodile.
Join our STORYSTOCK storyteller in the multicoloured mad and marvellous world of Dr Seuss with cats in hats, green eggs and ham & foxes in socks.
Winner of the Costa Children’s Book Award 2017 and thrill seeker Katherine Rundell is in conversation with best-selling writer Abi Elphinstone about the power of adventure and exploration in their books.
‘I have this little sister Lola, she is small and very funny….’ Come and join in with this lovely interactive storytelling session
Join Sophy Henn for stories, draw-alongs and plenty of interactive idea swapping! This event will include a number of Sophy’s popular picture books and she will also introduce us to her new character Edie.
I Can Draw with the Bright Emporium’s illustrators is a workshop that will inspire everyone to take up pencil and paper.
Riverside Performing Arts presents The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark Plop is a baby barn owl. He is the same as every baby barn owl that has ever been – except for one thing… He is afraid of the dark.
All Write Now is a creative writing workshop with a difference. This is all about putting the imagination first and bringing out the enjoyment of learning.
2018 sees one of the most loved characters of children’s literature turning 50; The Tiger Who came to Tea. Come and celebrate the life and work of his creator, Judith Kerr.
Join the team that brought you the enchanting Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark and explore through improvisation and movement the various themes covered in the book by Jill Tomlinson.
Inspired by the much-loved Best-Seller Atticus the Storyteller’s 100 Greek Myths by Lucy Coats this new production brings Greek myths to life for children aged 5-11.
Get ready to laugh your socks off while joining in with some proper poetry. There might be dragons, there will be robots and lots of chat about space.
Learn how Scoop magazine is made and then make your own in this workshop. Hear from the Scoop team about how they decide what goes in each magazine, what it will look like and how it moves on from their imaginations to the printing press and through the letterbox.