October Half Term at the Pavilion
Oct 16, 2016
The first half of this school term has flown by and with the half term break just around the corner we have created lots of activities at the Pavilion to keep you little ones entertained! With activities to spark their imagination, cause lots of giggles and take us on animated adventures there is plenty for everyone at the Pavilion this school holiday.
Magical Half Term with Simon Sparkles
On Wednesday 26th we will be joined by Magician Simon Sparkles who will be bringing magic and illusion to the Pavilion. At 11am we will be holding Wizard School – a chance for our little witches and wizards to learn some fantastic tricks in time for Halloween and then at 1pm and 3pm there will be two fantastically funny magic shows in the gallery!
Tickets for these shows are £6 and are available here – they are selling fast so we advise booking in advance
Young Artist Gallery Takeover
On Monday 24th and Tuesday 25th we’ll be holding two days of drop in arts and crafts activities where we will be helping our future artists create a two day exhibition held in the Pavilion Gallery. Taking inspiration from autumn, Halloween and the 100 year anniversary of Dada, there will be plenty of fun free hands on activities creating some fantastical pieces of work which will all be going on display from the 29th – 30th October.
Half Term Cinema Kids Club
We’ve added lots of extra cinema screenings over the week to make sure that you don’t miss our three fantastic kids films coming up.
Kubo and the Two Strings is a magical animated adventure from Laika Studios (ParaNorman, Coraline). Armed with a magical instrument and accompanied by Monkey and Beetle, Kubo must battle the Moon King to save his family and solve the mystery of his father, the greatest samurai warrior the world has ever known.
Phantom Boy is another fantastic animation adventure, this time following the adventures of a boy who becomes an unlikely superhero after discovering that he can leave his body, fly and travel through walls. When a criminal threatens New York, Phantom Boy must team up with the police to save the city from his evil plot!
Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children is the latest film from Tim Burton and based on a best selling children’s book series. One for the slightly older children and grown ups alike, the film is the story of Jake who discovers the magical home for these unusual children but the mystery and danger deepen as he gets to know the residents and learns about their special powers – and their terrifying enemies