Kids Create Club is embarking on a new adventure to create the biggest herd of rampaging rhinoceros ever seen in Wandsworth! Young people will create their very own magnificent cardboard rhino head during afterschool workshops at the ROSE Community Centre.
Free, please register for Kids Create Club by contacting Ivan Thorley on 07942459451 or email@example.com
Workshops: Every Wednesday, 19 April – 24 May, 4 – 5.30pm
R.O.S.E Community Centre, Ascalon Road, SW8 4DL
Heathbrook Park Mass Movement Performance for Wandsworth Arts Fringe, 20 May, 4pm
Heathbrook Park, St. Rule Street, SW8 3EH
On Saturday 20 May you can be a part of the pandemonium! Join the biggest cardboard rhino stampede in Wandsworth, where an interactive big puppet mass movement spectacle creates a brave new world where rhinos rule and humans are in decline.
Join us for this fun and family friendly storming of Heathbrook Park and participate in this colourful beastly chorus, inspired by Eugene Ionesco. WARNING! You may have to take home your very own cardboard rampaging rhinoceros head!
Free, no booking required, just turn up!
Kids Create Club is supported by Enable Arts on behalf on Wandsworth Council and is a partnership between Pump House Gallery, Puppets with GUTS and the ROSE Community Centre with thanks to St George’s Primary, Griffin Primary, Yvonne Carr Centre and Carey Gardens Estate Coop.
Commissioned and managed by Pump House Gallery, part of the OutHouse programme, delivering off-site activities and workshops across the borough of Wandsworth. Funded by Pump House Gallery, Wandsworth Council and Battersea Power Station Foundation.
Wandsworth Arts Fringe is brought to you by Wandsworth Council, supporting the arts and culture industries across the borough. The festival is funded by Wandsworth Council with generous contributions from Arts Council England, Greenland and Southside Shopping Centre. Organised by Enable Leisure and Culture.