The Spring at Havant are holding a brand new club this Saturday 31st January, called Time Hoppers. It will run once a month on Saturday mornings and is for young people to discover and explore their history. Each workshop will include activities designed to allow participants to adventure into the past with imagination, crafts and artefacts. You can try a workshop before you buy – if you like it and want to continue, you can pay for your trial week when paying for the rest of the term. The whole term is just £26 for four workshops and these sessions are aimed at children aged 8-12. Also at the Spring will be the regular Saturday morning craft workshop Craft4Kids which is totally free and drop in between 10.30 am and 12 noon.
In the afternoon, also at The Spring you can take the children to see an uplifting tale of change, bravery and friendship told with puppetry, poetry, music and magical design. Robin’s Winter Adventure is aimed at children aged 4+.
For more theatrical fun, make sure you catch Sid’s Show at Kings Theatre on Sunday 1st February, an interactive experience crammed with games, songs, poems and magic. Sid is on a heroic quest to find out where in the world his favourite socks and shoes have got to.
If you’re a certain age (not me, oh no) then you will remember The Sooty Show. The latest incarnation is touring at the moment and you can shout ‘Izzy Wizzy Let’s get busy’ at Ferneham Hall also on Sunday at either 11 am 0r 2.30 pm.
At Odeon Port Solent you can see The Unbeatables at 10.30 am, or if you can stand it this time of year – Nativity 3: Dude Where’s My Donkey at 10 am, both showing on Saturday and Sunday. Tickets for Odeon Kids are just £2.50. Vue at Gunwharf are offering The Snow Queen: Magic of the Ice Mirror on both Saturday and Sunday at 10 am. Tickets for Kids AM are just £1.75.
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