Your ticket includes an outdoor theatre performance, a visit to the puppet caravan, arts and crafts activities and much more! Stacks Bistro will also be on-hand to quench your thirst with their soon-to-be-famous travelling horsebox. There’s something for everyone at the very first Lyth Family Arts Festival!
The festival is suitable for all ages with activities for everyone. The performances have limited capacity so please check times below. Drinks and snacks will be available throughout the day, please bring a picnic lunch!
Doors open from 10am and the day will finish at 5pm.
Tickets are £10 per person and that includes:
Entry to the festival 10am – 5pm
Ticket for ‘Call of Nature’- an interactive outdoor show for children age 5-8 and their grown-ups (see info below)
Ticket into the Little Fawn Caravan and puppet theatre performances
Ticket to drawing workshop with Hannah Cambridge
Free arty activities
Entry to the Lyth Arts Centre Summer Exhibition and sash making
Call of Nature (by Tenterhooks)
The Institute of Eggsperts Needs You!
Two expert fools take a young audience on a site-responsive adventure to explore their local landscape in search of a rare egg, finding laughter and wonder in the most unexpected places.
Become an expert, help lead a trip into the unknown and take control as you shape what happens in the show.
Call of Nature Performance Times (20 capacity per show)
Saturday 11 August 2018
11am, 1pm & 3pm
Sunday 12 August 2018
11am, 1pm & 3pm
You will be able to book a performance slot upon arrival.
Little Fawn Caravan
The Little Fawn is a wonderful, travelling puppet theatre: a 1960’s Cheltenham Fawn caravan magically transformed into a unique performance space for children and their families.
The Little Fawn Caravan is guaranteed to brighten up your day with a true sense of wayward fun!
Supported by The Touring Network and National Lottery Awards For All