Make, Do and Bop at Waterside Arts Centre

Kristy Stott, Theatre Editor
Make, Do and Bop at Waterside Arts

Make, Do and Bop at Waterside, Manchester 27 July 2018 Tickets from £6.00 — Book now

Join Our Kids Social at Waterside Arts Centre for a fun-filled afternoon getting creative with your nippers, before showing off your funky-feet and groovy-moves on the dancefloor. Make, Do and Bop brings together a fantastic arts and crafts session with all of your favourite summertime hits.

A two-channel silent disco will have all your favourite floor-fillers to set the mood alongside all of the latest kiddy pop for them to bop along to.  Plus there will also be creative arts and crafts to whisk your imaginations away – let your family innovation flow and your community relationships grow.

Each session will run for 90 minutes and are recommended for ages four to ten, with younger and older siblings welcome too.

Pre-walkers are free but will require a pre-walkers ticket due to limited capacity. Pre-walkers will not receive a headset.

Please bring slings or baby carriers as there are no buggies or car seats on the dance floor.

Make, Do and Bop at Waterside, Manchester 27 July 2018 Tickets from £6.00 Book now

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