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Imagine Children’s Festival 2020

When

12/02/2020 - 23/02/2020

Where

Southbank Centre

Belvedere Road, SE1 8XX

Imagine Children's Festival 2020

12–23 February

Ages 0–11

 

Imagine Children’s Festival 2020

The Imagine Children's Festival is back at the Southbank this February for its 19th edition. The program is packed full of children’s theatre, music performances, literature events, comedy shows, creativity workshops, family parties, hands-on activities and lots of free family fun. Here are some highlights:

cressida cowell imagine 2020

Children’s Laureate Cressida Cowell hosts Creating Magical Ideas, a panel discussion with guest authors about creativity and as they reveal the secrets behind their own inspiration.

dermot o'leary nick east toto imagine

Dermot O’Leary introduces his third children’s book Toto the Ninja Cat and the Superstar Catastrophe alongside illustrator Nick East.

very hungry caterpillar eric carle imagine

Eric Carle’s The Very Hungry Caterpillar makes its way to Southbank Centre with the critically-acclaimed stage production of The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show

michael rosen the missing book imagine 2020

Michael Rosen brings his latest book to ImagineThe Missing is a personal and resonant account of the Holocaust based on his true story of searching for relatives who ‘went missing’ during the Second World War. Rosen will perform poems and read passages from his book.

top marks for murder robin stevens

In Top Marks for Murder, children are invited to create and solve a mystery of their own with Robin Stevens, author of the Murder Most Unladylike series and winner of a Waterstones Children’s Book Prize. Stevens will share the inspiration behind her detective duo and explain why she is so fascinated with murder mysteries.

Children’s author and illustrator of The Pirate Tree Jennie Poh invites children to become pirates for the day with the creation of their very own pirate masks whilst exploring two of the book’s characters.

Book artist Chloe Spicer brings her Edible Books Craft Workshop to Imagine. Drawing inspiration from folklore, fairy tales and Pippi Longstocking, the workshop includes creating edible books made from wafer paper and edible ink.

slime imagine festival herd theatre

The Herd Theatre presents the London premiere of SLIME, an interactive sensory garden encouraging children under 5’s to play with words and lots of slime. An oversized prop garden provides the perfect backdrop to enjoy the surreal world of Slug and Caterpillar.

chopin and  the dragonfly

Chopin and the Dragonfly who Brought the Spring with storyteller Patxi del Amo and Aurora Orchestra is a multi-sensory performance interweaving Chopin’s piano music with an original story from award-winning poet Kate Wakeling

For the full schedule click here

Imagine Children's Festival 2020

12–23 February

Ages 0–11

 

Address:

Belvedere Road, SE1 8XX

Venue phone:

0871 663 2500

Venue website:

southbankcentre.co.uk

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