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The Vintage Children’s Classics Family Fete: A free festival celebrating the wonderful world of stories

Saturday 11th August 2012 11am - 5pm Royal Festival Hall Literary Event, Children's Event, Free Event

The Vintage Children's Classics Family Fete: A free festival celebrating the wonderful world of stories

See your favourite characters and stories come to life

Learn new skills to impress your friends

Discover brilliant new stories to read

Come along and join the fun:

12.00pm and 2.00pm
Illustrator workshop:
Are you a keen artist? Meet Adam Stower, children's illustrator, who will be demonstrating his drawings and giving some handy tips

Throughout the day
Meet our pirate stilt walker
Have your face painted
See your favourite book characters come to life and read from your favourite stories
Watch some amazing balloon modelling
Make your own Tea Party hat like Alice in Wonderland
Play the games your favourite characters did
Guess the Number of Sweets in the Jar to win lots of the best books ever written
Be a pirate for the day and join in the Treasure Hunt along the Southbank

 

No need to book, just come along.

 

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