Our Patchwork community: A Tale of two Houses

Event Details

Yellow lives in their happy yellow house, in their happy yellow way until one day their yellow world is changed as Red moves in next door, living in their red house, in their red way…

A story for children and families about accepting others and celebrating our diversity. Through sharing our similarities and differences and exploring the importance of community and how we communicate with each other.

This vibrant performance is accessible for Deaf and hearing audiences and includes a participatory art activity. Families are invited to decorate a square of fabric that is added alongside others to make a final community patchwork. This will be displayed in Waltham Forest London Borough of Culture for all to see and enjoy. Sharing the values of acceptance and understanding – We are stronger together and all of equal worth.

Join our colourful characters; Red & Yellow for this family event and share the experience with other Deaf and hearing families in your local area.

Suitable for children aged 3+ Deaf & Hearing Bilingual Children must be supervised by adults at all times.

Event Organiser/Organisation
Handprint theatre
Start Date/Time
22 Oct 2019 at 2pm
End Date/Time
22 Oct 2019 at 3.30pm
Venue Address
Leytonstone Library E11 1HG
Event Website
https://wfculture19.co.uk/events/our-patchwork-community
Booking Instructions
Book tickets via link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/our-patchwork-community-a-tale-of-two-houses-tickets-75132586589?aff=eand Or get in touch with Handprint theatre on Facebook, twitter and Instagram for more details.

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