26 September 2017
This Halloween enjoy a spooky party at THG on Saturday 28 October.
The fun-packed evening will include art activities as well as food and music and coordinates with the gallery’s exhibition Frances Hatch : Red Earth Under My Nails.
Families are invited to make their own spooky animation. Kids can also get up close to lizards, snakes and spiders! Add to your Halloween outfit with some scary face painting and glitter tattoos.
Delicious local food will be on offer including wood-fired pizzas and Caribbean food, hot chocolate for little trick-or-treaters and there will be music to dance to and a bar.
Angela Blackwell, THG Curator said:
“Come in your best Halloween costume for some scary fun!
Last year’s Halloween party won a national award for best ‘Family Event’ in the Get Creative Family Arts Festival.
Visitors liked its fantastic family atmosphere and the range of activities for everyone to enjoy; it continues to be one of the highlights of our year!”
This family-friendly event is part of the national Museums at Night festival, which runs from 26-28 October.
Halloween Party – Saturday 28 October, 5-9pm (art activities till 8pm). Free admission and activities, donations welcome. Pay bar and food.
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