9th October 2019

 

 Carol Graham – Story play

Thurnby Lodge Children’s Centre, LE5 2EG
10am-12:00/12:30  (3×30-minute sessions)

Story play is for early years children aged under five. The three, 30-minute sessions are full of storytelling through rhyme, puppetry and more.  In the time between sessions, there will be  small craft activities for the young children. The event is organised by the Talent 25 arts project based at De Montfort University.

No booking required
Free
Suitable for all, but aimed at children aged up to 5. Families welcome

 

Digital Vocal Booth

Social Room, Block A,
Leicester College Freemen’s Park Campus
LE2 7LW,
12-6pm

This installation will enable participants to read the works of famous authors, poets and singers and experiment with speaking their words in a rhythmical and fun way – similar to rap music. They will be able to listen back to their recording and play with the way their voice sounds with this easyto-use, interactive music and vocal looping booth. Providing a creative and alternative approach to conventional learning, the aim is to encourage people to read English literature by making it more appealing, while helping them to retain knowledge by associating it with music and rhythm and melody.

Booking:
www.anerki04.eventbrite.co.uk
Free
Suitable for 16+

 

Philosophy in the Pub(lic Library)

Knighton Library,
Clarendon Park Rd, LE2 3AJ
6.30-9pm

You don’t have to have read Plato; everyone is a philosopher!  Community philosophy is all about what you think. Come and join our friendly, facilitated discussion and help us answer the question: “How might reading fiction increase empathy and an understanding of different perspectives?” Leicester Philosophy in the Pub group has been running for 10 years and for the last three, we have run successful ER specials in libraries.

No booking required
Free
Suitable for all