Posted on 24 Jan 2022
You've just got your children back to school after a busy winter season and breathed a sigh of relief, then the Spring Half Term holiday is peaking its head around the corner - typical. No need for panic! Cornerstone Arts Centre in Didcot has it all covered with events for the whole family to enjoy!
Music Mites is a 45 minute workshop where babies and under 5's can have fun making fun with you. In this workshop we're going on a jungle adventure, so pack your bag and get ready to explore. We'll be singing and dancing to catchy songs, meeting lots of animal friends and making lovely sounds with our instruments too. This workshop is running on Tuesday 22 Feb at 10am for Under 5s and 11am for babies at just £6. All children must be accompanied by an adult, with a maximum of two children per adult.
In this interactive craft workshop, you’ll hear about the traditions of the Chinese New Year of the Tiger and have an opportunity to paint and craft tigers and other animals of the Chinese Zodiac. Don't worry about bringing anything, all materials are provided for you! This workshop is running for school years 1 to 3 on Wednesday 23 Feb at 11am and for school years 4 to 6 on the same day at 1pm for just £6.
Legendary Pirates Flotsam and Jetsam are no ordinary buccaneers of folklore; they are the founding members of the PPPI; Plastic Plundering Pirates Initiative. Aboard the great Polymer Poseidon; the most pliable ship on the high seas, constructed from mere water bottles, Flotty and Jetty are on a quest to boldly go where no Pirate has gone before…The Great Pacific Trash Vortex. An interactive experience with the odd movie reference for all the family about recycling, with a pirate twist. Coming on Thursday 24 Feb at 11am and 2pm, tickets just £9.50.
Something is happening in the woods, voices can be heard, and a strange metallic smell fills the air. Machines are gathering at its edge and a mysterious call is heard across the valley. Laura the ladybird, Jeffrey the Spider, Brett the Woodlouse and Willoughby the Woodpecker are worried. Velda the Vixen knows there’s a one person who can help them – Granddad. But is there enough time? Can they save the wood? And will the mystery stranger help? This promises to be an incredible show with an important environmental message to share. Coming on Sunday 27 Feb at 12pm and 3pm with tickets at £9.50, Concessions £7.50 or book a family of four for £36.