If you’re worried about what to do with the kids at half term, don’t be – Full House Theatre and Luton Culture have got it sorted.
Full House Feb Fest – which was such a success last year – is back for the second year running.
The festival, funded by Arts Council England, includes free shows, storytelling and creative activities as well as ticketed performances, dance workshops, youth theatre and comedy for children and young people of all ages.
The exciting programme of events covers the four days from February 17 - 20.
Full House creative director Ben Miles said: “Feb Fest was such a runaway success last year, with all events oversubscribed, that we’ve doubled the size.
“It’s jam-packed with things to see and stuff to do and our new access-all-areas pass means it’s even cheaper.”
The Library Theatre will host one of the highlights – Pocket Comedy, by leading performance company Propeller.
Edinburgh Festival favourites Pitschi, a Kitten with Dreams and Pop up, Flash Back will be at The Hat Factory, along with Love for Dummies, while Le Petite Artiste’s The Ugly Ducking – free, fresh and innovative – will be in libraries across town.
Full House is branching out into dance so you can get your groove on at Bubble Disco at Stockwood Discovery Centre or the Water Wiggle workshop at TOKKO.
Most events are free and ticketed shows are £7.50 There are also deals on offer – a free adult with each paying child and a £25 festival pass which gains entry to four paid-for events.
> Call the Box Office on 01582 878100 or visit www.lutonculture.com