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Family Fun at Home

25 January 2021
Family Fun at Home
Pavilion Theatre remains closed, so while we can’t see you all at the theatre at the moment, we'll be gathering up all the best activities and workshops for you to enjoy at home with all the family.
 
We’ll be keeping this blog updated every week so be sure to save this link or check our website homepage for updates.  
 
In the meantime stay safe and well!
 
Shh! We Have A Plan - An Opera!
This puppetry adaptation of Chris Haughton’s much loved award-winning book introduce opera to young audiences. Watch Now
 
Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson
This hilarious adaptation of the classic tale, recorded live before Christmas at Exeter Northcott Theatre, is now available to watch online for free until 30 Jan! Watch Now
 
Wigmore Hall Learning
Wigmore Hall have moved their learning activity online due to the pandemic which means we can now all access their workshops and resources online! Find out more and book your places here.
 
Coming up next:
Chamber Tots at Home - Under the Sea (ages 1-5): Thu 28 Jan, 4.15pm
Chamber Tots at Home - Journeys (ages 1-5): Thu 4 Feb, 10am
Family Workshop at Home - Endangered Animals (ages 5-11): Thu 18 Feb, 11am
 
Shorts for Wee Ones & Middle Ones
access>CINEMA presents a series of delightful short films for ages 3-8 and 8-12, along with resources created by classroom teachers and educational professionals. You can catch up on all previous titles for little films fans here and previous titles for bigger films fans here.
 
Draw with Don!
Beloved artist Don Conroy, best-known for his long-time stint on RTÉ’s The Den has officially launched his own YouTube channel! Over the coming weeks he will provide free drawing tutorials for both children and adults so tune in here and get creative!
 
Roald Dahl’s The Twits

The classic tale of the gruesome twosome is presented as a theatrical reading, filmed at the Unicorn Theatre in London. Watch Now
 
Project Puppet: Online Workshop

As part of Cruinniú na nÓg 2020 - the national day of creativity for young people - we hosted a series of free online workshops which guided children through the process of storytelling and puppet making. You can now watch back all four workshop videos online - find out more here.
 
Play & Create with Tall Stories
Tall Stories have put together lots of Play & Create resources on their website with loads to keep you busy at home including colouring sheets, arts & crafts, baking recipes, games and fun worksheets for The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom, The Snail and the Whale and more! Check it out here.
 
In their At Home section, there are links to video content, story-time readings and an informative and engaging digital book for children explaining all about the virus and the measures taken to control it, illustrated by Axel Scheffler. Check out the Nosy Crow website to enjoy the book.