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Colourful Characters: 3 – 5 years

Fri 15 Feb, 11–12noon. Free. Book via Eventbrite

The Fruitmarket Gallery is holding a week of artistic exploration and adventure for little ones, offering a colourful mix of art, music, storytelling and theatre brought to you by performance specialists Starcatchers.

This session is designed by early years theatre maker Heather Fulton and is aimed at children aged 3–5 years Fulton has won awards for her productions including Paperbelle, Too Many Penguins? and Valentina’s Galaxy and will be joined by actor David Rankine.

There are 15 places for children aged 3–5 years (with up to 4 adults per booking).

Image: Making Matters Family Day. Photo: Louise Warmington

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Colourful Characters: 2 – 3 years

Thu 14 Feb, 11–12noon. Free. Book via Eventbrite

The Fruitmarket Gallery is holding a week of artistic exploration and adventure for little ones, offering a colourful mix of art, music, storytelling and theatre brought to you by performance specialists Starcatchers.

This session is designed by early years theatre maker Heather Fulton and is aimed at children aged 2 – 3 years Fulton has won awards for her productions including Paperbelle, Too Many Penguins? and Valentina’s Galaxy and will be joined by musician Fraser Stone.

There are 15 places for children aged 2 – 3 years (with up to 4 adults per booking).

Image: Making Matters Family Day. Photo: Caitlin McKinnon

 

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Colourful Characters: 0 – 18 months session

Tue 12 Feb, 11–11.30am. Free. Book via Eventbrite.

In this week of artistic exploration and adventure with your little ones, we are offering a colourful mix of art, music, storytelling and theatre brought to you by performance specialists Starcatchers.

This is a session designed for 0–18 months by early years theatre maker Heather Fulton, award-winning productions include Paperbelle, Too Many Penguins? and Valentina’s Galaxy.

Image: Courtesy of Aberdeen Performing Arts and photographer Richard Frew.

 

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