HALF TERM – Magical Arty Wizarding Workshop with The Creation Station

Feb 11 2020

Join the Creation Station for some magical Arts & Crafts fun!

We are passionate about inspiring imaginations while helping you to have fun with your little one too. Our approach to children’s art activities captures the child’s interest, nurtures imagination and gently increases their focus and attention span.

Award winning Art and Craft fun! Inspiring imaginations is at the heart of everything we do.

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Family fun at The Feathers of Daedalus Circus

Feb 08 2020
This half term the circus is coming to town. The poetry of Roger McGough explodes from the page to the stage in this fantastical circus and puppetry adventure where pigs fly and the sky is in the pie. Join a day-dreaming girl for one amazing day where she discovers the extra-ordinary in the ordinary wherever she goes. 
 
The Feathers of Daedalus Circus have teamed up with celebrated author and poet Roger McGough for this new wonderfully wacky children’s production inspiring young and old to fall in love with poetry. With circus, physical theatre, puppetry and projection, the Feathers explore fun and fantastical ways to play with poetry, dipping into works from Roger’s 50 year career topped up with new poems especially created for the show. 

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Art exhibition review: British Baroque: Power and Illusion at Tate Britain until 19 April 2020 

Feb 04 2020
British Baroque: Power and Illusion is the first ever exhibition to focus on baroque culture in Britain. From the Restoration of Charles II in 1660 to the death of Queen Anne in 1714, the exhibition explores the rich connections between art and power in this often-overlooked era. The show includes many new discoveries and works displayed in public for the first time, many on loan from the stately homes for which they were originally made. It is hosted by Tate Britain for just over two months and, as every period retrospective, is a must see. It is also important to take kids to see these exhibitions, to bring history subjects alive and to get a feel for real artwork – not just art on computer screens.

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