We've horrid history stories, a horrid history animation workshop, and the chance to make your own Frankenstein toys. And it's all for free in three great days of family fun (age 5 upwards; Horrid Histories from age 6). Part of Letchworth's Fire and Fright Festival and this year's nationwide Family Arts Festival.
An innovative storytelling session for the entire family which will tie together audio, video, and multi-sensory elements. This free workshop is led by acclaimed artist Rob Pyecroft-Rainbow, formerly of The Light Surgeons and current lecturer at the University of East London.
Part of Letchworth Garden City Heritage Foundation's Fire and Fright Festival.
Striking images of haunting beauty fill our Café Gallery in this lovely exhibition.
This talented group has been an important part of Letchworth life for over 60 years, and its exhibitions are always a treat. This one will be no exception, with a very diverse range of work spanning a variety of media.
A day of activity dedicated to the funniest people in our lives – the children, with a mixture of family friendly comedy from well known comedians Paul B Edwards, Howard Read and Mike Belgrave. Workshops for kids to create their own stand up routines. Age guideline: 6 to 14.
Another anarchic evening of great comedy, with Will Franken and Trevor Lock, hosted by Paul B Edwards.