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Show DetailsDates: Sat 31 Oct 2020
Times: 10.30am, 12.15pm, 2pm & 3.45pm
Running Time: 60 minutes
Age Range: 3-9
Half Moon is excited to be re-opening with a series of
Halloween Storytelling, Music and Movement Workshops
for ages 3-9
We’re back! We’re very excited to safely welcome our local community back to Half Moon Theatre with a series of socially distanced workshops, featuring storytelling, music and movement for ages 3-9 with a Halloween theme.
During 60-minutes of spooky fun you’ll go on two weird and wonderful journeys with storyteller Amari Harris, take part in an eerie musical rhythm adventure before finishing with a spine-tingling movement session that’s sure to rattle your bones!
Half Moon’s Halloween re-opening community event is FREE to attend.
If you’re unable to attend in person, we’ll be live streaming the 10.30am storytelling session on Facebook Live, bringing one of our re-opening events live to your sofa and then available to watch all day on our Facebook page. We’ll also have a series of pre-recorded workshops to watch online – the links will be posted here – and on our Vimeo channel, so you can join in the fun from the comfort of your own home. Keep hold of any toilet roll inner tubes and cardboard egg boxes you have; you’ll need them for the spook-tacular craft workshop!
INFORMATION ABOUT THE SESSION
Your safety is our number one priority. We’ve been working hard behind the scenes to make your visit as safe and stress-free as possible. We’ll have extensive measures in place to ensure that all of our public spaces adhere to UK-wide COVID-19 industry standards, based on Government and public health guidance.
You can find out more about the measures we have been putting in place ready for your visit, by reading our Visitor Guide.
We have been granted the use of Visit Britain’s safety consumer mark to reassure our visitors that we are complying with the latest Government and public health COVID-19 guidelines, to ensure the safety of our staff and audiences.
This digital season of work has been made possible by funding from The National Lottery Community Fund, distributed by City Bridge Trust through the London Community Response Fund. Thanks to National Lottery players for making this possible.