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Join us for a half-term full of adventure, fun and laughter!

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With a host of engaging, fun and interactive acts that have been hand-picked for our younger audiences, Warwick Arts Centre is a must for your February half-term schedule. From Sat 17 until Sun 25 Feb, let your little ones explore play, imagine and be creative!
To start, award-winning musical comedian Jay Foreman breaks the traditional family show with his Fringe Fest sell-out Disgusting Songs for Revolting Children (Sat 17 Feb). With a devilishly cheeky hour filled to the brim with comedy, poetry and song, Jay’s show offers witty, irreverent humour with just the right touch of family fun.

Should you wish to encounter an adventure of epic and far-reaching proportions whilst remaining in the heart of England, then M6 Theatre’s A Tiger’s Tale (Fri 23 – Sun 25 Feb) is perfect for you. A high-spirited balancing act of circus, puppetry, live music and song is brought to you from the pen of award-winning playwright Mike Kenny, inspired by the tale of Fenella, the Holmfirth Tiger.
For a truly interactive experience, The Doodle Dance Show, (Fri 23 – Sun 25 Feb) presented by Anatomical, is a playful, interactive show that will have you grabbing pens, kicking off your shoes and letting your family’s imagination run wild as you all dance, draw and create a world of crazy birds, dancing pirates and strange underworld creatures on a huge piece of paper!

Re-imagining classic tales and breathing new life into the stories you thought you knew, Hiccup Theatre masterfully re-invigorates The Gingerbread Man (Tue 20-Thu 22 Feb) by adding dollops of fun along with delicious live music and tasty storytelling.

Finally, don’t forget our free Stamp It! sessions, which will complement the fantastic array of shows on offer during the February half-term. Drop in to the Box Office and collect a Stamp It! booklet which, once filled, will give you access discounted tickets.

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