Artist Sarah Bridgland sent us this report from The Apple Cart Festival.
A couple of Sundays ago, I led a workshop at The Apple Cart, a new festival in leafy Victoria Park.
Blending music and comedy with interactive art, cabaret and magic, The Apple Cart had the feel of a family-friendly village fete.
The workshop was part of The Candlelit Matinee, an interactive arts event ran by community arts charity The House of Fairytales. Festival goers were invited to take part in a range of art projects, workshops and performances, all presented under the canvas of an atmospheric grand circus-style marquee.
There was much creative fun to be had, for kids and adults alike. Highlights included shadow puppetry with The Little Theatre of Dolls, printing and drawing with kids’ arts and science magazine Okido and my very own workshop, make a matchbox sculpture. You could even star in a silent movie with BFI Education.
The event proved to be hugely popular for young people of all ages and their families.
You can keep an eye out for more fun and innovative House of Fairytale events here.
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