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Family Days Tuesday

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Join us for some fun packed family days during the school holidays! From dance to crafting, story time to film screenings, there are lots of ways for everyone to get creative at Norwich Theatre during the school holidays.

Our theme for this half term is Creativity and Science and you can pick up a Family Activity Booklet for you to take home and explore more Creativity and Science in a fun and engaging way.


10am – 2pm | Play Your Way

Pick up a colouring activity, delve into the dressing up box, explore children’s books and create your own stories with puppets.

Drop in activity. Booking not required.
Families ages 2+
Front of House, Norwich Theatre Royal


10am – 2pm | Science Trail

 Pick up clues from Box Office and learn more about how science interacts with art, as you discover hidden tales and take part in exciting experiments.

Drop in activity. Booking not required.
Families ages 5+
Front of House, Norwich Theatre Royal


10am – 11am & 11.30am – 12:30pm | Family Dance & Movement – The Wonders of Natural Phenomena

This family movement and dance workshop with inclusive contemporary dance artist, Abbie Thompson, will include movement games, expressive movement and taught choreography to explore the wonders of natural phenomena. There will also be opportunity to create your own moves together!

Ages 5-11
Stage Two, Studio


1pm – 1:45pm | Little People’s Drama – Trip to the Moon

We fly in our spaceships to the moon to see if we can catch a star. We discover the moon looks a bit dirty so we clean it, make it shiny again and discover what it’s made of. We then manage to rescue a baby alien and return it to its grownups who thank us by sharing some moon juice with us.

Ages 2-4
Stage Two, Studio

Important information

Ticket prices: £5 - £7

Parents will need to stay with their children for all Family Day workshops. Parents don’t need to book a ticket, just a ticket for the child.

Note – One parent per child