In Spring 2018 St George’s Bristol will be launching a new interactive heritage interpretation space, where visitors can discover the amazing story of this ‘Hall on the Hill’. Come and join us for our first ever performance of a new interactive family concert that explores our colourful history; be part of a junk-model-building project and help create a Georgian street, and hear marvellous tales of local legends and even meet an archaeologist, all inspired by the history of this beautiful building.
What’s happening and when?
11am: Doors open
11.15am: Interactive music & heritage show (60 mins)
12.30pm – 3pm: Storytelling and ‘Meet an Archaeologist’ sessions in crypt (limited numbers per session)
12.30pm – 2.30pm: Giant Junk Modelling with the Children’s Scrap Store in the hall
Recommended age 6+
This event is part of the Bristol Family Arts Festival, a month-long citywide celebration of family creativity, with a packed programme of events for all ages. This October join in at venues across the city for music, theatre, storytelling, drawing, making and much more!
For the full programme of events see bristolfamilyarts.org.uk