Constellations: SQUARE PEGS CARNIVAL: Kids Event
Times: 11:00 - 17:00
SQUARE PEGS CARNIVAL: Kids Event
Saturday 12 September 2015, 11.00 – 17.00
Imagination will take you everywhere with Square Pegs steering your journey with a day of workshops, activities and stalls in the heart of Liverpool’s creative hub featuring:
INTERACTIVE MUSIC ZONE:
‘The Turntables Might Wobble’ (age 3-6)
using stagecraft, role-play and song with writer Emma Jenkins (age 3-6 and 7-12)
ART with illustrator Georgie Smith
ORIGAMI with Work Play Do
SCREEN PRINTING with Laurakatedraws
CIRCUS SKILLS with Bob the Great Babu – Beyond A Joke
CREATIVE WRITING with Kerry Hughes
NATURAL DEN BUILDING
NATURAL PUPPET THEATRE AND PUPPET MAKING
FACE PAINTING with Peaches and Cream
MODERN AND VINTAGE CHILDREN’S GIFTS
by Bessie and Flo
CHILDREN’S WEAR by Ren and Stitchy
JEWELLERY by The Rowan Tree
SQUARE PEGS MERCHANDISE
CAKES by Albion Bakehouse
MARE BANDS AND ACCESSORIES
by Peaches and Cream
The creative collaboration which began with writing for children, are celebrating their first book, ‘Lula’s Magic Sister’ by bringing a day of workshops and activities to Constellations, in art, performance and writing for little artists.
Whatever age, they got it covered. While ‘the turntables might wobble’ little beastie boys and girls won’t be put off as they grab a soul tambourine and shake it on down to interactive kid-friendly hip-hop, soul, funk and jazz.
Glitter, and shine will spark imagination in the blanket fort; the perfect snuggly setting for immersive storytelling. And what with everything from painting, craft and screen printing for mini Picassos, to multi-sensory circus skills’ workshops for the darer devils, no creative stone is left unturned.
If art ain’t their thing, then unleash your child’s wild side with natural den building, the perfect activity for problem solvers. After a session of pure creativity, young minds can unwind and enjoy a flick through our modern and vintage library, or continue the role play with Peaches and Cream face painting or by dressing up in our theatre garb.
Parents, will enjoy a peruse around our child-centred artisan stalls which have dress, toys and gifts.
Whatever their artistic preference, the stage is set for a day of magic, inspiring young minds through the arts. The event is free but some activities carry a small charge, operating on a first come, first serve basis.
At the close of day the magic doesn’t have to be forgotten with professional snapshotter, Richard Deane on hand to catch little ones at their best.
Saturday 12 September 2015