Our Picks – April2022
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Our Picks – April2022

  • The Mosaic Rooms has a host of family friendly creative activities on offer, including crafting, dance and music making in Alaa Satir’s re-opened The Dancer’s Garden. The dancers’ garden is an interactive artwork installed in The Mosaic Rooms’ garden inspired by Alaa’s fictional tale of two dancers who travel from a place by the river Nile to a garden where they can share their art and dance and be free to make music. The artwork includes a sand pit, musical instruments and drawing activities.

 

  • Watch authors from Hay Festival Programme for Schools filmed over the last 4 years. There are 70+ fun filled and inspiring events to choose from including Ade Adepitan, David Baddiel, Gemma Cairney, Eoin Colfer, Julian Clary and Andy Stanton.

 

  • Take a trip down memory lane with ‘The Vanished East End’, an exhibition of documentary photography from the 70s and 80s highlighting the huge social and economic changes in the East End area, including the now vanished industrial landscape and the deregulation of the financial markets.
Image credit: The Mosaic Rooms’ The Dancers Garden – Alaa Satir
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