Thursdays 10th and 17th February

17 January, 2011 at 15:58 Leave a comment

I have booked Craig Johnson from Squashbox theatre/Kneehigh to run a puppet workshop for us. Thursday 10th February. Meet 1015 for 1030 start at Mawnan MCA Hall, Carwinion Playing Field, Mawnan Smith. Craig will be showing us a range of puppets and then let us have a go at using them and then make some of our own. We will continue by ourselves the following week at the same venue by making more puppets and putting on a show.

It would be useful to have a rough idea of numbers ahead of the day so that we have enough resources at hand. Please call me 01326 250298 07947 830074 to let me know if you are planning to come along. Cost will be approx £5 per child total for 2 sessions (not for each session). This is, of course, dependent on numbers as we have to cover the cost of Craig running the workshop and hall hire.

We can have the hall from 10am until about 4pm and there is an outside space too if the weather is a little less wet than today!

Follow signs for Mawnan Smith and once in village with Red Lion pub in front of you bear to the left as if going towards Carwinion Gardens and Maenporth Beach. Head out of the village and past most of the houses and opposite Carwinion Gardens is Carwinion Playing Field. There should be plenty of parking outside the building. It is used as a cricket/football club house and looks dreary outside but is pleasant inside. There is a kitchen with oven and microwave, no hob.



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