A captivating piece of dance theatre is being presented free at various venues around Luton during half term as part of the Get Creative Family Arts Festival.
Full House Theatre is staging Where the River Runs – a simple story of a stranger trying to cross a river and what happens when the water comes to life.
It’s aimed at children aged five plus and their families and will have both youngsters and grown-ups enthralled with its stunning movement, great storytelling and spectacular lifts.
The Family Arts Festival is now in its third year. It’s working in partnership with BBC Arts’ Get Creative initiative to form the Get Creative Family Arts Festival which encourages families to try their hand at an innovative activity and was established to foster a lifelong interest and passion for the arts.
Full House Theatre uses imagination and humour to create interpretative, issue-based and educational entertainment for audiences of all ages. If you’re looking for something family-friendly to do this half term, go to www.fullhouse.org.uk/whats for more information about where you can see a performance of Where the River Runs.