Battersea Arts Centre is hub of Family Fun this Autumn
Battersea Arts Centre is a hub of family fun this Autumn and a perfect rainy day option with lots going on to keep the LittleFolk entertained.
The Day I Fell Into A Book is being shown over half term (22-24 October) and is an immersive adventure for all story lovers. This show for 8-12 year olds and their grown-ups uses sound, intimate lighting and projetions to take its audience into a lost world of classic tales.
Every last Saturday of the month Battersea Arts Centre presents Family Saturdays, welcoming families to take over the building for a free day of activities including face painting, music, toy, clothes swaps and story-telling for under 5w. Plus free entry into The Bees Knees, their indoor play space, and craft workshops for all ages. (Next dates are 28th Sept, 26 Oct, 30 Nov)
If that’s not enough then every Saturday children age 6 to 11 and their families can get involved in the BAC Heritage Adventures. Playfully uncover hidden history and curious artworks with a self-guided trail created by theatre-makers and artists. Discover stories of people with important roles in the building and borough’s past, while exploring new artists creating installations around the building.
The Bees Knees is an imaginative indoor play space for families with children aged 0-5 years. Inside the space, babies and toddlers can explore freely and make new discoveries every day and it’s a great place to meet fellow parents whilst the littles one play.