Family Creativity Day – University Of Chester
Date: Saturday 20th February 2010 10:15
Venue: University of Chester, Chester
A fun day when all members of the family can get creative!
The aim is for families to spend the day together working creatively on a particular story or theme, (for example a Greek legend or Aboriginal story), to produce an afternoon performance. When each family arrives at 10.15am they are allocated into one of three groups and working on a rotation basis each group experiences three workshops.
The first workshop is a percussion workshop when everyone can have a go on our principal percussionist’s huge range of percussion, including sleigh bells, gongs, timpani, drums, wind chimes, exotic African and Asian instruments etc.
The second workshop is craft based and children and parents make props, scenery, costumes and instruments for the final performance.
The third workshop is with a storyteller and is drama based – everyone gets involved with bringing the script to life and acting out the story.
The three groups come together at the end for a final performance on the stage.
The day is most suitable for children between the ages of 7 and 11 although this is very flexible. Children must be accompanied by an adult, who will also have the opportunity to take an active role in the day’s activities! There is a short break for lunch and you can invite non participating family members along to the final performance.
Adults £5.00 Children £3.00. Places are limited so we recommend you book early. Entry for the final performance at 2:30pm is free, but you’ll need to book a ticket through the box office.
Booking informationTelephone the Chester Festivals ticket line on 08452417868
In person, go to Chester Tourist Information Centre opposite the Cathedral
This event is part of Chester’s Diversity Festival 2010.