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Mad Hatters Workshop

Thursday 29 March and Friday 30 March 10am (5+) and 1pm (8+)
​Saturday 31 March 10am (all ages)

Calling all Mad Hatters, March Hares and other creative kids or adults. Come and design and make a mad hat to take home and then join us for a Mad Hatters Tea Party on Saturday 31 March.

Mad Hatters Tea Party

Saturday 31 March 2pm - 4pm
£7 (£5 Friends or children)

Performance readings from 'Alice in Wonderland' and 'Alice Through the Looking Glass'; tea and cake; and a parade.

Story Café

Sunday 22 April, 3.30pm -  The Kiss that Missed by David Melling
Sunday 13 May, 3.30pm -  Oi Frog, by Kes Gray
Sunday 10 June, 3.30pm - Peace at Last, by Jill Murphy

£4 per child (£2 under 2s)

Wuthering Heights (Hotbuckle)

Friday 4 and Saturday 5 May - 8pm
Emily Jane Brontë’s only novel is widely considered one of the greatest works of fiction ever written.
With live music, multiple characterisation, humour and inventiveness this story is as enjoyably engaging as should be in the reliable hands of Hotbuckle!

May Fair

Monday 7 May - 11.30am - 4pm 
A good old fashioned May Day 'Bugs and Blossoms' Parade and Fair with a recycling and sustainability theme - and an outdoor stage showcasing local performance groups  

Twelfth Night (HandleBards)

Saturday 26 May - 6.30pm (outside weather permitting)
Join their all-male troupe for a bicycle- powered production of shakespeare’s ‘Twelfth night’ like none other. In usual handleBards’ style, expect riotous amounts of energy, a fair old whack of chaos, and a great deal of laughter.

Jay Foreman's Disgusting Songs for Revolting Children

Saturday 9 June - 2pm
£9 (£7 child)

Jay Foreman is an award winning musical comedian whose songs have been heard on BBC Radio 4, Radio 4 extra, The One Show, London Live TV and Dave Gorman's UK/Ireland tour. Jay provides a devilishly cheeky hour of songs, poems and comedy for children of all ages in this family friendly show which regularly sells out its entire runs at the edinburgh Festival Fringe.

One Click Away

Saturday 7 July - 4pm
Tickets £9, £7 student/child

​In a world of instant gratification, selfies, likes, retweets and trolls, ‘One Click Away’ looks at how our stone age bodies deal with this hyper- speed cyber life and how it helps or hinders our happiness. This fast-paced and funny show combines witty, original storytelling and puppetry to create a powerful exploration of the ways that social media, advertising and other online activity can hook us into unrewarding and ultimately destructive patterns of behaviour. 
Age 9+