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Dir: Nick Park 2018 | 89 mins
It’s the dawn of time and prehistoric creatures roam the earth. Courageous caveman Dug (Eddie Redmayne) and his best friend Hognob must unite his tribe against a mighty enemy - Lord Nooth (Tom Hiddleston) and his Bronze Age City. The latest film from Aardman Animations.
WHY? ‘A gloriously funny tale’ ★★★★ The Telegraph
Click here to read the full review.
£7 (£5 under 16s)
Family and Friends (4 people) £20
Tickets/seats are not required for children under 18 months who are happy to sit on laps.
Miki, Polar Bear and Penguin live in a very far away place. It’s an icy world where nothing ever grows. One midwinter eve, they make a wish and Miki embarks on a magical adventure in search of a star...
Based on the book by Stephen Mackey, Miki is an inspiring story about friendship, courage and adventure. It features amazing underwater creatures, enchanting music and extraordinary puppetry.
'Young audiences alternate between giggling with delight and total transfixion' ★★★★ The Stage
Suitable for ages 3+ years.
Created by Slot Machine, the company that have previously brought hit shows One Snowy Night and Kipper's Snowy Day to our stage.
The performances on Saturday 2 December at 11am and Wednesday 27 December at 11am are Relaxed. Ideal for families with babies or toddlers and children with SEND. Everyone is welcome to join us for this friendly format.
The performance on Wednesday 20 December at 2pm will be signed.
Miki is 50 minutes long.
£15.50 | £13.50 under 16s
Family & Friends (4 people) £54
Earlybird offer Family & Friends £50 (if booked before Thursday 31 August)
Tickets for children under 18 months
For this show, tickets/seats are not required for children under 18 months who are happy to sit on laps
An energetic and creative music and movement class for babies and children under 5.
This fun and funky session uses lights, puppets, parachute, instruments and music to get your little ones moving!
Suitable for ages 9 months - 5 years.
8 Sept - 29 Sept (4 weeks)
6 Oct - 3 Nov, exc 13 Oct (4 weeks)
10 Nov - 1 Dec (4 weeks)
15 Dec and 22 Dec
11am - 11.45am
£7.50 | Siblings (18 months +) £4.50 | £26 for 4 sessions a term
If you would like to book the offer price for 4 sessions, please enter a ticket for each date you would like to attend into your basket and the offer will apply automatically.
Singing is a great way to relieve stress and promote well-being.
Meet new people and take some time for you in this new acappella choir for mums, dads, grandparents, carers and their babies!
It is a baby friendly class, created especially so you can bring the baby you care for. Grown ups are in a semi circle (with room for your buggy next to you) and babies can sit, crawl or play on the blanket in front of you.
These uplifting classes are led by conductor/composer (and mum) Marta Radwan. There's no auditions, no singing experience is needed and you don't need to have a 'good voice' - just an openness to have a go! You'll be sure to know the songs and there will even be some which include your little one.
* Free on-site parking
* Café (open all day)
* Baby changing facilities
Mums, Dads, Grandparents, Carers all welcome with their babies under 18 months
8 Sept - 6 Oct (5 weeks)
13 Oct - 17 Nov, exc 27 Oct (5 weeks)
24 Nov - 15 Dec (4 weeks)
12.30pm - 1.30pm
£9 per session | £36 for 4 week course | £40 for 5 week course
We are delighted to present the fourth Maidenhead Schools: Art, Design and Photography Exhibition showcasing the work made by the students from Maidenhead schools.
The exhibition will show a wealth of talent in a range of mediums including paint, textiles and digital media. The exhibition aims to unite Maidenhead schools and colleges by celebrating the creativity and talent of our local students.
Current artwork will include work by students from Altwood CofE School, Berkshire College for Agriculture (BCA) and Newlands Girls’ School. To register your schools' interest in our 2023 exhibition, please contact Amelia at firstname.lastname@example.org
This exhibition is part of Farm Out, the flagship Norden Farm Arts Programme for schools funded by the Spoore, Merry and Rixman Foundation.
Prizes kindly donated by Colart.
Artwork Credit: Ellie Watson, BCA
Tues 17 Oct - Sat 4 Nov 5pm - 10pm
Presented by Smoking Apples.
Escaping on a Kindertransport train, one small Czech-Jewish girl embarks on a
Crossing between the past and present, Babi travels across Europe; from bon bons in Germany to the smell of the sea in Margate, she discovers how tiny acts of kindness can change the course of a person’s life.
Joyful, moving and poignant, Kinder features beautiful table top puppetry and
cinematic shadow play. Babi tries to assemble the parts of her broken identity, to find peace in her future.
Kinder is a multi-award winning show, from puppetry and visual theatre company Smoking Apples. Inviting you to take a seat inside an immersive set, the story unfolds through a series of playful hatches and openings.
Kinder has been designed to be accessible for neurodivergent audiences. In the space, we will be providing stims (stimulatory accessories) and active responses to the show are encouraged. Audiences will be able to leave and re-enter the show, at any time and there will be a chill out area (with bean bags, ear defenders and more stims) for periods of regulation. An inclusive resource pack is available on Smoking Apples website, in advance and includes a social story. This can be downloaded here.
'Unmissable' ★★★★★ Everything Theatre
'A symphony of artistry' ★★★★★ West End Evenings
'A Must see play' ★★★★★ Fairy Powered Productions
'Absorbing and touching' ★★★★½ The Reviews Hub
Sat 14 Oct: post show Q&A after the 2pm performance: The cast and creatives of Kinder are joined by Nick Winton, son of Sir Nicholas Winton MBE. They will discuss the show, its themes and the heroic story of how children were evacuated from Prague, to the UK, on the Kindertransport trains. There will be a chance to ask the panel questions and gain insight into the production and the inspirational true story behind it.
Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England and Enterprise Arts Trust.
Suitable for ages 9+ years and children studying the Holocaust.
£15 | £12 under 16s
Presented by Widdershins.
You can’t catch me, You’re much too slow! I like to run wherever I go!
Can you catch that slippery little biscuit, the Gingerbread Man?
You’ll need a big bowl of porridge first to keep your energy up.
Don’t worry if you haven’t had yours this morning, Granny Grinpickle’s Magic Porridge Pot has made enough for everyone!!
These two tasty tales which you know so well are served with unexpected spices and quirky flavours, along with Widdershins’ trademark ingredients of puppets, pop-up sets and original music.
This performance is the perfect fare for fussy foodies and discerning diners. Bon Appetit!
Suitable for all dietary requirements aged 3+ years.
£12 | £10 under 16s
Family and Friends (4 people) £40
Tickets for children under 18 months For this show, tickets seats are not required for children under 18 months who are happy to sit on laps.