Blast Furnace Theatre present 3 Little Pigs

Blast Furnace Theatre

BLAST FURNACE THEATRE PRESENTS 3 LITTLE PIGS

Sat 13th, Sun 14th, Sat 20th, Sun 21st January 2018, 1pm start

For all ages

 

Bookings are essential – to book phone 0401478168

Enjoy a family picnic in the beautiful grounds of Eskbank house while The Three Little Pigs and a Rock’n’Roll Wolf engage in a battle of wits and wind. The pigs just want to be left alone. The wolf just wants to find fame and fortune. Will they overcome their natures and find a way to achieve their dreams, or will they be trapped by the classic story? This remastered fairy tale will have you laughing, dancing and rocking along.

This show is for the whole family, but aimed at children 5-12

Tickets are $15, or group bookings of 4+ $10 per person. Children under 4 enter free.

Mitchell Quartet performance

Mitchell Quartet performance

Special performance by Mitchell Quartet in the beautiful Courtyard Gallery

Sunday 1st October, 3.00pm

Tickets are available from www.mitchellconservatorium.edu.au

Special guest Rosemarie Barnes on Clarinet, with Doreen Cumming, Nicholas Newell and Fiona Thompson on Viola and Sybbi Georgiou on Cello

Craftynoons: Halloween Craft Session and afternoon tea

Craft is serious business

CRAFTYNOONS: HALLOWEEN CRAFT SESSION

Prue Mogg

Friday 6th October, 2 – 3.30pm

Ages 3+, parent supervision required

Museum entry fee applies, activities and afternoon tea FREE

Join local artist Prue Mogg for a drop-in craft session and afternoon tea. Make lots of spooky characters and creatures to decorate your home just in time for Halloween.

School holiday program – Halloween Workshop

Jack-o-Lanterns

Jack-O’-Lanterns Workshop with Ludwina Roebuck

Friday 29th September, 11am – 1pm

For all ages

 

Bookings are essential. Workshop and afternoon tea free, museum entry fee applies

To book phone 6354 9999

 

Get crafty and create a spooktacular installation of nightmarish Jack-O’-Lanterns that will glow wildly in Main Street during Lithgow Halloween. Explore your dark imaginings to dream up ghoulish faces and devilish creatures that will scare your friends and family!

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to work with a talented local artist to create a unique installation to haunt Lithgow’s streets for Halloween 2017.

 To see some of Ludwina Roebuck’s wonderfully quirky creations, you will find her installation shining over Pioneer Park in Main Street, produced as part of Tidy Town’s Laneways Project.

Craftynoons: Kids Craft Sessions and afternoon tea

CRAFTYNOONS: KIDS CRAFT SESSIONS

Prue Mogg

Friday 7th and 14th July, 2 – 3.30pm

Ages 3+, parent supervision required

Museum entry fee applies, activities and afternoon tea FREE

Come in from the cold and join local artist Prue Mogg for drop-in craft sessions and afternoon tea. Make lots of fun and curious creations to take home.

Friday 7th, 2 – 3.30pm – create colourful collages.
Friday 14th, 2 – 3.30pm – make amazing animals and crazy creatures

School Holiday Program – Drawing Workshop

DRAWING HEROES & HEROINES: A PORTRAIT SKETCH WORKSHOP FOR YOUNG PEOPLE

Wendy Anne Hawkes

Sunday 16th July, 10am – 12noon

Ages 12 +

Bookings are essential, workshop is $20 includes free museum entry

To book phone 6354 9999

Learn how to capture a person’s personality using blind contour drawing and gesture sketching. Bring a photo of your own hero to turn into a sketch.

Wendy Anne Hawkes is a local artist and experienced arts facilitator who focuses on finding the personality of her subjects through free flowing sketches.