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Activities for Children and Young People this Half Term

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Movema Easter Workshop - Image Credit: Alastair Brookes

This half-term at Trinity, we've got an incredible week full of activities for children, young people and families to get involved with.

Tuesday 13th Feb - The Neighbours Upstairs: Sensation! (Ages 6-10)

On Tuesday, we've got a multi-sensory activity storytelling experience for 6-10 year olds, exploring sound, sight, smell taste and touch through lots of curious contraptions made to capture the imagination, with the story of the Neighbours Upstairs guiding us through this 90 minute experience. There are three events throughout the day, at 10am, 12pm and 2pm. This is a free event, click here to find out more.

Wednesday 14th Feb - Music Masterclass: Crack Magazine (Ages 16-25)

Our Music Masterclass series continues on Wednesday we have invited Femke and Louise from Crack Magazine to deliver November's Music Masterclass. The workshop will consist of a insight into running a music magazine, personal reflections and time for questions. Music Masterclasses are our series of regular workshops and lectures, inviting top professionals from the music industry to Trinity to share their knowledge and experience, and help highlight entries into the music industry for young people. Sign up is free, click here to find out more.

Friday 16th Feb - Igloo (Ages 0-3)

Igloo is a non-verbal, playful experience filled with warmth, sensation and gentle exploration, suitable for babes in arms and pre-schoolers aged 0-3 accompanied by their carers. As part of each performance there will be a facilitated play session. The performance is non-verbal, but the play session contains some words. Audience members will also be given an Igloo picture book and other creative ideas to enable families to continue with creative play at home. Click here to find out more.

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