Feb Fest 2018 

Join us and Full House for FebFest 2018, a children’s festival jam packed with stuff to do and things to see in Luton this February half term!


Whats On

Tom Thumb 

Mon 12 Feb, 2.30pm, Library theatre

Performed entirely on and under a kitchen table this wee wonder of a show is full of feathery spinning birds, a flying house and a portable forest.  

Age guidance: 3+

 

Tom Thumb Workshop

Mon 12 Feb, 11.30am, Hat Factory

Props and magic making workshop for children and families. 

Age guidance: 3+

 

Tidy Up!

Tue 13 Feb, 2.30pm, Library Theatre

Inspired by a child’s desire to create order, patterns and systems, this show is a witty and uplifting journey discovering if chaos and order can ever live side-by-side.

Age guidance: 3+

 

Tidy Up! Workshop

Tue 13 Feb, 11.30am, Hat Factory 

Dance and movement workshop for children and families.

Age guidance: 3+

 

A Square World 

Wed 14 Feb, 11.30am & 2.30pm, Hat Factory 

This endearing and funny performance looks at the unfairness of being left out in a world designed for everyone else but yourself.

Age guidance: 3+

 

A Heart at Sea 

Thu 15 Feb, 11.30am & 2.30pm, Hat Factory

Using live music this performance tells the story of a young Boy who bottles up his heart and throws it into the sea. 

Age guidance: 7+

 

Treasure Chest Tales - The King with Dirty Feet

Thu 15 Feb, 11.30am & 2.30pm, Luton Central Library

Stories told by pirate Captain Andromedus Silverbeard, from tales collected on his piratical journeys.

Age guidance: 5+

 

Treasure Chest Tales - Granny Dumpling

Fri 16 Feb, 11.30am, Stockwood Discovery Centre

Stories told by pirate Captain Andromedus Silverbeard, from tales collected on his piratical journeys.

Age guidance: 5+

 

Treasure Chest Tales - Granny Dumpling

Fri 16 Feb, 2.30pm, Wardown House

Stories told by pirate Captain Andromedus Silverbeard, from tales collected on his piratical journeys.

Age guidance: 5+

 

Music Workshop with Adriano Adewale

Fri 16 Feb, 11.30am (4-7 years) & 2.30pm (8 - 12 years), Hat Factory

A participatory workshop for children and their parents by Brazilian composer and multi-instrumentalist Adriano Adewale.