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Summer Events at Span Arts
The Summer is upon us and Span Arts has a fantastic programme of creative events to keep the whole family busy throughout the holidays in a wide range of stunning settings. From workshops at Colby Woodland Gardens to our annual outdoor Shakespeare production at Lampeter house and outdoor family events at Scolton Manor and Hilton Court Gardens; we have something for everyone!
Join the cheerful project for a beautiful flower-foraging and garland headdress making workshop or for a relaxed sketchbook walk…or both! Both workshops are set to take place in the exquisite surroundings of Colby Woodland Gardens and are brought to you by local florist; Marie Parry from Mim’s flower shed and experienced artists in the Cheerful Project team.
If you love theatre then our very special outdoor annual Shakespeare production will be perfect for you! The Festival Players Theatre Company brings you The Merry Wives of Windsor in this hilarious all-male, fast paced, costumed production. Taking place in the beautifully relaxed grounds of Lampeter House, the estate has hosted events for almost 15 years. Prosecco, food and other refreshments will be available to enjoy.
Following our annual Shakespeare production will be our brilliant outdoor family events; Queen Bee and Bear Necessities. Queen Bee; a wonderful and theatrical story walk through the beautiful surroundings of Hilton Court Gardens and Bear Necessities; an interactive tale filled with games, activities and stories at Scolton Manor are both brought to you by the amazing Feral Theatre. Join us for an amazing adventure this summer for the chance to be creative, to be inspired and to experience nature in all of its glory.
For more details on any of our upcoming events, please visit our website at; http://www.span-arts.org.uk/whats-on/ or contact us on 01834 869323.
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