Summer family workshops at The Atrium in North Walsham

Pictured: JOHNNY DEPP as Willy Wonka in Warner Bros. Pictures' Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Jul 2005 Pictured: JOHNNY DEPP as Willy Wonka in Warner Bros. Pictures' Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Jul 2005

Thursday, August 14, 2014
1:00 PM

The tale of Little Red Riding Hood will be the theme of a summer workshop at a North Walsham arts centre.

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Families as well as children will be able to take part in the family-friendly workshop at The Atrium on Spenser Avenue.

It will be happening from Tuesday August 19 to Thursday August 21 between 10am-noon.

Each workshop is £3 per family and activities are ideal for youngsters aged three-nine.

On August 19 there will be a chance to make a Little Red Riding Hood basket and write a poem.

People can bring a picnic and stay for free storytelling at 1pm.

Families can make a wolf mask on August 20 and create forest fruit kebabs and write poems on August 21.

On Friday August 22 from 10am-noon there will be music and crafts on offer followed by a performance suitable for toddlers up to six-years-old. £5 per family.

The main workshops take place at 11am and to book call 0692 400080 or visit www.theatrium.org.uk.

Classes teaching teenagers aged from 13-19 filming and acting to camera will be on offer from Monday August 18 to Wednesday August 20. It costs £22.

Youngsters aged eight-14 can take part in a club which will put together a Little Red Riding Hood and Curse Of The Werewolf show. It is happening from Tuesday August 26 to Saturday August 30, 10.30am-4pm, and costs £55.

The Atrium will be holding a Roald Dahl Day on Saturday September 13 marking the 50th anniversary of the release of the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory book.

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