Family Fest – MaySat 29 – Sun 30 May 2021
DatesSat 29 – Sun 30 May 2021
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Due to unforeseen circumstances, our May Family Fest will no longer be going ahead.
We’ll be back with more family fun later in the year but, until then, why not check out our Get Involved section which is full of other workshops and ways to get involved.
We also have an online library full of great stuff for you and your little ones to do – including crafting, singing, storytelling, colouring, animations and more. Scroll down to take a look!
Nottingham Playhouse PlayPacks are crammed full of brilliant stuff to do, make, try out and enjoy. There are even fun competitions to join in with.
Your PlayPack is for families and youngsters to enjoy together. We reckon kids aged 4-8 will love them, but any age group can have a go.
Find out more here
Story Explorers Online: Rainforest Rescue
A playful and interactive online storytelling adventure for children aged 2-5.
In partnership with Inspire Libraries, early years specialists from our participation team have created a bespoke programme of interactive storytelling sessions for children aged 2 to 5 years and their families.
Join Little Owl as he journeys deep into the rainforest and help him rescue the amazing animals he finds there.
Find out more here
Story Explorers Online: Under the Sea
Join Little Owl on another thrilling adventure – this time Under the Sea! Meet an array of colourful and surprising creatures as Little Owl bravely attempts to restore harmony in the ocean.
Will he be able to do it and get home to his beloved Granny before she notices he’s gone? Come and cheer him on…
This magical storytelling adventure features beautiful animation by SoJo Animation and artwork by Erin Fleming. The original Under the Sea story was developed by Manya Benenson, in collaboration with Sarah West-Valstar and Erin Fleming.
Watch Under the Sea online here.