Drop in and dye during May half term!

May Half Term Holiday Activities

Take a look at the fantastic events we have lined up for you over the May half term!

Knitting Party in the Park

Sunday 27 May | 11am - 4pm | Free

Come for a family fun day of knitting led by Katharina Child of Atelier, Stroud. Discover the incredible things you can do with some wool and a pair of needles.  No need to be an experienced knitter, open to ages 6 and beyond! Bring a picnic, and look out for 'Pop-Up” performances too!

Part of the ‘Lost for Words’ exhibition programme supported by Arts Council England

Drop in Dye Workshop

Tuesday 29 May | 11am - 3pm | £2

Join Gaynor Veal from Stroudwater Textile Trust and learn about the magic of natural dyes. Outdoor, hands-on, ‘taster’ activities for families with children aged 5 and above. Adults who get really inspired can always book onto Marianne’s weekend workshop!

Part of the ‘Lost for Words’ exhibition programme supported by Arts Council England

Stroud Shakespeare Festival

Thursday 31 May - Saturday 2 June | Prices vary

Five Valleys Productions, SGS College, present a brand new open-air theatre festival for all ages! Be inspired by the great Bard and enjoy performances, workshops, live music and more.

Keep your eye on the website for more details soon...

stroudshakesepearfestival.weebly.com

Did you know?

In addition to our programmed events there are always free trails available to take with you as you explore the Museum. Just ask at reception!

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