Small Voice, Big World with Vital Spark

01 Aug - 04 Aug 201810am-4pm£120 per child (£20 off for siblings) Includes 2 tickets for the performance (additional tickets and tickets for members of the public will be available at £5 each)
Wandlebury Country ParkChildren's eventTheatre

Calling all creative, passionate young people who are interested in making a change in the world through the arts. How can taking action in a calm way be an empowering outlet for challenging feelings like anger and frustration? How can our young people be heard and make a positive impact on their own future? Through a series of workshops 10am-4pm Wednesday-Friday (wrap around care may be available on request at an extra cost) we will explore different forms of Art Activism culminating with a site-specific performance on Saturday 4th August at 2pm.

For 6-16 years, unaccompanied by parents and run by qualified, DBS checked professionals from Vital Spark Theatre. Participants will need to bring a packed lunch each day and wear clothes that are suitable for all weather conditions. Meet at The Stable Rooms at Wandlebury Country Park.

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