Artrix theatre entertains youngsters throughout summer holidays

Artrix theatre entertains youngsters throughout summer holidays

Albert Padmore, five, at the The Artrix Arts Centre. Buy this photo ,BCR321402_01, at bromsgroveadvertiser.co.uk/pictures.

Winnie Padmore, five, taking part in the event. Buy this photo, BCR321402_02, at bromsgroveadvertiser.co.uk/pictures.

Olivia Waters, five, having her face painted during the Family Fun Festival. Buy this photo, BCR321402_03, at bromsgroveadvertiser.co.uk/pictures.

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A BROMSGROVE theatre held its first fun festival day of the summer and attracted more than 100 visitors.

The Artrix Arts Centre hosts a range of activities to keep youngsters entertained throughout the summer holidays with two more Family Fun Festival Fridays taking place on August 8 and 15.

Last Friday, the drop-in activities between 10.30 and 3pm included a free bouncy castle, craft table, face painting and balloon modelling.

In the morning, a paper craft animals workshop took place with a pottery making session for six to 12-year-olds in the afternoon.

Next week between 10 to 4pm, a stage school for six to nine-year-olds will be put and free running activities for 10 to 17-year-olds will also be on offer.

Two free performances by 2 Faced Dance, an Urban Dance will also take place.

Hugless Douglas will be live on stage at 2pm tickets cost £10 or £8 for under 16s.

Graffiti art sessions are available for £5.

The final festival on Friday, August 15 will include a textile wall hanging workshop, a junk instrument making workshop and

a talent show.

For more information visit artrix.co.uk or phone 01527 577330.

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