Under 5’s Sessions at Islington Museum this Summer!

Join us for messy play and imaginative storytelling sessions.

£2 donation per child. Wear old clothes!

 

Messy Play: World War I Centenary

12th June, 10.00-11.30 am.

Join us to learn about Islington’s World War I collection and engage in some creative and messy play.

 

Storytelling: Fighting Apartheid in Islington

19th June, 10.00-11.30 am.

Join storyteller Dani as she explores the inspiring ways in which the people of Islington fought against injustice during Apartheid in South Africa.

 

Messy Play: Victorian Medicine

28th June, 10.00-11.30 am.

Make a mess at our Victorian Medicine themed session! Inspired by the museum’s pharmacy collection, come and concoct strange   mixtures, consider interesting ingredients and get creative.

 

Sing-a-Long: Entertaining Islington! 

12th July, 10.00-11.30 am.

Sing and dance your way through the history of entertainment here in Islington! Crack jokes like Grimaldi the clown, roar like a lion from the Agricultural Hall, and belt out show tunes like the performers of yesteryear.

 

Messy Play: Entertaining Islington!

17th July, 10.00-11.30 am.

Join us for messy art about the Arts! Hide your face behind mysterious masks, create your own instruments and use your imagination to jump into the wondrous world of the theatre.

 

Storytelling: 53 Cross Street House

7th August, 10.00-11.30 am.

Storyteller Dani takes us on a journey through time, unearthing layers of history at local house, 53 Cross Street.

Messy Play: Archaeology

16th August, 10.00-11.30 am.

It’s time to grab your shovel and pail and dig in to the history of         Islington! Discover ancient artefacts at our archaeological dig, create your own cave paintings, and get your hands dirty as you use your   imagination to discover the stories beneath your feet. 

 

 

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