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Who Wants to be an Olympian' Theatre Show @ Wanstead Library

Thursday, 15 August '24   2:30pm – 3:30pm BST
Wanstead Library, Spratt Hall Road, London, E11 2RQ
5 to 16 years
13 spaces available
Who Wants to be an Olympian' Theatre Show @ Wanstead Library

Details

Could YOU be a medal winner?
Do you know your GOALBALL from your GOGGLES?
And just WHAT is a runky fap?

Qualify, win team medals and be in your very own Olympic ceremony with Pākiki Theatre’s ‘Who Wants To Be An Olympian?’, the show that celebrates Olympics and Paralympics past, present and future in perfect time for Paris 2024!

Ideal for ages 5+ and their families - Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult throughout this event.

Devised by Raewyn Lippert, Vickie Holden and Ashlee McIntosh
Directed by Vickie Holden
Set design by Helen Coyston

Instructions

Please note that 1 parent can attend for free per child ticket purchased

Ideal for ages 5+ and their families - Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult throughout this event.

The session will take place in the Churchill Room

We suggest travelling by public transport as there are many buses that go to Wanstead High Street. Otherwise, there is limited pay-and-display parking around Wanstead.

Please ask a members of staff if you cannot find the activity or call the library at 020 8708 7400.

If you can no longer attend please either cancel your booking or e-mail Venues@visionrcl.org.uk or call 0208 708 8800 and ask them to cancel the booking so those on the waiting list can attend

if anyone is more than 10 mins late then entry is at the discretion of the instructor

Tickets

Cost

Who Wants to be an Olympian' Theatre Show

13 available
£3.00

Location

Wanstead Library
Spratt Hall Road
London
E11 2RQ

Amenities

  • Toilets
  • Parking