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Royal Families - Crown Making

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Have you ever made a crown before? What does it feel like to become a Queen or a King? How can a crown tell a story?

This is a chance for the whole family to explore Tudor history by creating a dazzling array of crowns and accessories from unconventional materials.

In this playful and sensory crown-making activity, families will explore the costumes of Tudor England – using velvet bows, paper waste and magazines, and spontaneous marks with chalk and crayons.

You will be guided all the way with artist Rose Feather to measure, decorate and bring to life a series of unique crowns. Discover how to transform everyday materials and take inspiration from picture books. Make as many crowns as you like, and display them with a crown parade, before taking them home to treasure.

This event celebrates the return of Six The Musical to Norwich. The international smash-hit and Winner of Best West End Show is currently on a UK-Tour, and features spell-binding costumes, crowns and musical numbers that re-write history from the perspective of iconic Queens.

What will I get from taking part?
You will work collaboratively as a family, and get crafty creating unique crowns and regal accessories fit for a queen (or Six!) Take part and be inspired by your family’s creativity in this accessible crafty session.

Who will be leading the project?
Local illustrator and picture-book maker Rose Feather will lead the session.

Do I need any particular skills or experience to take part?
You do not need any previous experience to take part and enjoy- just your own creativity.

I’m not sure I can afford to take part?
If this is a barrier to taking part, we have bursary spaces available. To find out if you are eligible go to

I have additional needs. What support is available?
If you have any questions, or comments on how we can adapt the session to suit your needs, please get in touch:

Important information

Running time: 1 hour

Age recommendation: 4 - 6 year olds with adults

£7 per child with one free adult ticket
£2.50 per additional adult

Tuesday 20 Feb

10:30 – 11:30 am

Stage Two

Please note:
Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Each child ticket includes one free adult ticket. Additional adults must be paid for.

Take Part Activities, Guidance and Terms & Conditions

Activities are dependent on minimum numbers participating, in the event that we need to cancel due to low participant numbers, a full refund will be given. We are unable to offer refunds in other circumstances.

We work hard to ensure best practise and the safety of all who attend our activities. To do this we have a number of policies and procedures in place to support our participants and visitors.

Please take a moment to read our Terms and Conditions ,Participants Guidance and associated policies. Alternatively paper copies are available at our reception in Stage Two


Stage Two

Eat & Drink

Fresh, seasonal, and locally sourced produce. Enjoy the best in food and drink  at our restaurant Prelude or a quick delicious bite before the show.

Getting here

Directions to  the Stage Two. Where to park near the Stage Two, drop-off & disabled parking plus public transport information.

Access Information

Up-to-date information on access our building, accessible performances and details on personal assistant tickets.