Bounce Youth Theatre (Earlsfield)

Bounce Youth Theatre (Earlsfield)

When: Tuesdays 4.00-5.30pm

Where: Home Café, St Andrews Church, Earlsfield, SW18 4SR

Who for: 7-11 year olds

Spaces Available: Yes!

Starts 31st January and runs until July 2023

“What magical foods can we find in fairytales?”

Join our brand new youth theatre for 7-11 year olds. Mash up traditional tales, turn the café into a forest and make a brand new piece of theatre inspired by food and your senses. Our Youth Theatre in Earlsfield operates as a sensory inclusive group.

How to Join
To join, please complete the registration form here: Bounce Youth Theatre (Earlsfield)

This project is free to participate, made possible by the generosity of Higgins Partnerships.

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10/01/2023|

Turn Up Join In Breakfast Club

Turn Up Join In – Breakfast Club

When: Mondays 9.30-11.00am

Where: Home Café, St Andrews Church, Earlsfield, SW18 4SR

Who for: Adults, 18+

Spaces Available: Yes!

Starts 16th January and runs until July 2023

Over 18 and based in Wandsworth? Join us at the Home Cafe for breakfast and good company.

Collage, craft and chat the mornings away with us. Be part of a community production in June 2023.

No experience necessary.

How to join in
To become a member of lunch club please complete our registration form here: Turn Up Join In Registration Form

Is there a fee?
No! The project is free to participate in thanks to Higgins Partnerships.

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10/01/2023|

Threads of Tooting (Schools)

“Can we make a blanket out of crisp packets?”

Smallwood Student

Inspired by the imaginations of children in Year 3, we are excited to be setting up a brand new Make Do & Mend club as part of our Threads of Tooting project. Children will be investigating what happened to clothes during the war. How did people make do and mend? What tips or tricks did people find to dress up for special occasions still?

Over the course of the year they will work with a range of artists to repair old clothes for an exhibition. They will explore what we can learn from the time period and how we apply it to the climate emergency.

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26/09/2022|

Smallwood Heritage Committee

"Heritage is my family, my clothes, my traditions."

Participant

Artists worked with children in Year 2-6 for one academic year to explore what heritage meant to them. Children make recipes, poetry and stories about their personal and communal heritage. This was part of Sugar & Spice.