A CHILDREN’S arts charity in Darlington has announced its spring programme for families to enjoy at the award-winning venue, The Hullabaloo, on Borough Road.

The youngest audiences aged 6-18 months will be introduced to theatre with a spell-binding performance, full of captivating images and intriguing sounds in Out of the Blue that includes an opportunity to stay and play too.

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There’s lots to do this February half-term for all ages including storytelling sessions with Chris Connaughton, drama-filled Play in 2 Days and some mindful activities including yoga, storytelling, and soundscapes.

Older children aged 4-8 are invited to watch A Square World, a funny and endearing performance looking at the unfairness of being left out in a world designed for everyone but you.

In April, Theatre Hullabaloo and Action Transport Theatre, bring Baba Yaga to the stage, a dark and funny fairy-tale for everyone aged 6 years and over.

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Miranda Thain, artistic producer at Theatre Hullabaloo said: “We are busy creating lots of magical things to see and do and the doors of The Hullabaloo will open on January 31.

“Our free creative play space will be open to everyone aged 0-9 years and will feature a brand-new installation, called Zen Garden.

“Zen Garden is a collaboration with Green Croft Arts and will feature relaxing soundscapes, sensory play and interactive elements for all to enjoy. We can’t wait to welcome you all back through the doors of The Hullabaloo!”


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