At The Culture Challenge, we’re very lucky to work with a whole host of talented, creative folk – including the ever popular, Full House Theatre. If you’re a Luton local, you’re bound to know about the wonderful Full House Feb Fest which is staged at various venues around Luton from 10th – 16th February. If you’re not a Luton local, it’s definitely worth heading down with the kids. Here’s why…
This year, there are stacks of activities, workshops and performances for young people to see, or get involved in. Turn up at The Imagination Station at The Hat Factory from 11am – 3pm, 12th – 16th February for arts and crafts, face painting, storytelling, music and more.
Catch a show and see CBeebies’ Patrick Lynch bring the classic tale of Tom Thumb to life at 2:30pm on Monday 12th February at Luton Library Theatre, or join in with a Music Workshop at The Hat Factory – they’re running on Friday 16th February at 11:30am and 2:30pm. Kids and parents can take part and create music inspired by sounds and rhythms from all over the world with the help of multi-instrumentalist Adriano Adewale.
Whether you want to sit back and enjoy a magical piece of theatre, or would be up for getting more involved in a workshop activity, there’s loads for you to try your hand at, at Luton’s Full House Feb Fest. For more info, and to find out how to book click here.
If you’d like to find out how you can get Full House Theatre working with young people in your school or community group, find out more at their The Culture Challenge Directory listing here.