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by sarahb last modified 25/07/2017 09:08 AM

Trinity's Summer programme

by sarahb last modified 25/07/2017 09:08 AM

This summer we have a range of activities, workshops and events especially programmed for young people, children and families.

Start the summer off with Bath Literature favourite Polarbear as he brings his spoken word show for young audiences - Mouth Open, Story Jump Out to The Trinity Centre  29 July. Be ready for a tale of assassins, boa constrictors and spies in this interactive show for 8 + (and their grown ups), tickets start at £6 and regular community group users get a discount.

Back again we have our very popular summer club, Children's Adventure in Nature in the garden, for 6 - 12 year olds (if you have a child under 6 they will need to have a grown up with them). Starting on 27 July and running every Monday & Thursday (expect bank holidays) until the end of August. Children will explore nature in our urban garden, learn bushcraft and play. It is free, but we ask those who can afford to, to donate £5 per session. To find out more and to book a place email: or call 0119 935 1200.

For those with younger children the garden team are also hosting weekly Stay and Play drop-in sessions on Thursdays,  9.30am-11.30am for the under 5's, their parents and carers all summer long. No need to book, just turn up!

Our IGNiTE Theatre and Dance resident, dance artist Latisha Cesar is bringing a series of Haitian Dance and Drumming workshops to Trinity. Delivered by dancer and drummer Peniel Guerrier these classes are high energy, and big and expressive moves. Prices start at £8, booking is essential - find out more here.

23 & 24 August we are opening up our music studio for Free Summer Music Sessions for young people to create and produce music, including percussion, grime and hip-hop. We even have some very special guest speakers. Age guide 13+, places are limited and booking is essential.

Huge thanks to Jessica Bartolini for the pics :)

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