February half term promises to be full of fun-filled activities – thanks to a collaboration between Full House Theatre and Luton Culture.
Luton’s Full House Feb Fest is the town’s first arts festival aimed specifically at children and young people.
It includes shows, story telling, creative activities, dance workshops, youth theatre performances and even baby yoga.
It’s funded by the Arts Council which means many of the events will be free or at a low cost – so finding something affordable to do during the break has never been easier.
Performances will take place at venues across Luton including The Hat Factory, Luton Library Theatre, Stockwood Discovery Centre and various community centres.
Tokko youth centre is involved in the project.
Full House Theatre is the team behind Luton Library Theatre’s popular Christmas shows – like last year’s Beauty and the Beast.
Creative director Ben Miles said: “Feb Fest has come about because we want to encourage young people and families to enjoy the arts throughout the year, not just during the fesive season.”
Children and grown-ups can take part in a ‘Once in a Blue Moon’ workshop from Wriggle Dance Theatre.
And Flamboyance the baby flamingo will be supervising baby yoga at community centres across town.
> For more information and to book visit www.lutonculture.com or call the Box Office on 01582 878100.