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Brewhouse to host online family activities this Easter Holidays

Despite the building being closed to the public, the Brewhouse Arts Centre continues to virtually hold numerous activities and shows during the Easter half term.


Activities will include:


Family Funday

Available to watch on demand from Friday 2nd April.  Parents and children will be able to join tutors from the Brewhouse for a host of fun and creative crafts, dances and short films.


The workshops are free to attend, but families are encouraged to register in advance.  Upon registration families will have the opportunity to receive a free craft pack with all the materials to complete the online sessions.


Land of Nod by ByteBack Theatre

The Brewhouse will also stream this family show and will be available to stream on Saturday 10th April.  Young viewers can expect to Join Nod on his magical journey where his imagination can take him anywhere… deep into the beautiful sea where the colourful fish live or up high into the night sky to play amongst the stars!


Land of Nod provides a beautiful sensory storytelling show for ages 0-5 and their families exploring the magic of bedtime and the beauty of children’s imagination. Tickets for the stream are available for £5.


Councillor Bernard Peters, Deputy Leader for Community and Regulatory Services said: “The Brewhouse are continuing to do a great job of hosting these online activities to keep our families entertained.  We do hope families are continuing to enjoy these activities which provide a much needed distraction and enjoyment during these unprecedented times.”


For booking information please go and visit the Brewhouse website:  www.brewhouse.co.uk

2021-03-18 00:00:00