In the art room, we had lots of lovely activities such as making paper-chain friends, finger-printing faces, and a funky 3D hand creation all supplied by the super-amazing book by Marion Deuchars Art Play. If you’ve not come across it before, it is a great resource packed full of great activities for young creatives. We will be taking more inspiration from this book later in our programme.
We have a whole host of family activities at Kingshill House including our monthly Let’s Create sessions in the garden which see a lot of young people of all ages get stuck into creative imagination. Think unstructured, loose parts, googly eyes, lots of tape, glue, paint, a little bit mad and plenty of fun. Come along, second-Saturday of the month, more details can be found here.
Further still we have Impromptu Shakespeare coming to Kingshill House for a day of hilarious Shakespearean comedy on Saturday 29 July, 11:30am-12:30pm. Not only are they performing their theatre production, but beforehand there is a special family workshop taking place - with limited spaces! The workshop will be fun and silly, with some really insightful educational bits too. Suitable for anyone who has started doing some Shakespeare at school or home (around 11+ but this can vary).
£7 per young person (accompanying adult is free). Check out the production here.
All of this is made possible by the generous support from The National Lottery players and the Community Fund, helping us deliver our Made for Sharing Project.
At Kingshill House we work on a flexible working schedule, however our office is open Monday - Friday, 9.30am-2.30pm.
Or open by appointment
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