Children’s Saturday fun palace opens for a day at Half Moon theatre in Limehouse
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A “fun palace” opens for children at the Half Moon education theatre in London’s East End this coming Saturday to help promote ‘sustainable energy’ to Britain’s next generation.
The fun events from 10am to 4pm include pop-up storytelling performances, music workshops, science experiments, art sessions, a gallery trail and craft workshops.
Youngsters can make their own musical instrument to take part in a ‘junk’ orchestra and make their own fruit drink on a smoothie bike.
It is all part of a national day celebrating arts and culture to promote sustainable energy through “all things arty and dramatic”.
Fun palaces are based on a never-built idea from East End theatre director Joan Littlewood and architect Cedric Price.
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The first event in the world was two years ago when 138 venues and community groups created their own events which attracted 40,000 people.
Last year’s events at 142 fun palaces drew in 50,000 people, so you can expect Saturday at the Half Moon in Bromley Street, off Commercial Road, to be a little busy.
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