Rhubarb Theatre with their Granny’s Game show.

Variety of activities for the half-term holidays

A variety of activities are on offer at the South Holland Centre to keep youngsters busy during the half-term holidays.
Family favourites Rhubarb Theatre are returning to the Spalding stage with their exciting new Granny’s Game show on Wednesday, October 26, at 2pm.
Rhubarb use mask, puppetry, physical theatre, song and dance to weave a tale inspired by the real-life heroism of journalist and explorer Nellie Bly.
The performance is an hour long and will be followed by a post show chat.
Tickets cost £7.50 or £6.50 for under 16s, families and groups and it is perfect for children aged five years and over.
For those who prefer to be on the stage, Act II for Danse Macabre are holding a spooky Halloween-inspired workshop on Wednesday and Thursday, October 26 and 27.
Children aged seven to 13 years can sing, dance and act their way to a final short performance for family and friends.
Gaming fans of any age should be sure to catch WiFi Wars on Saturday, October 29, at 7pm.
Audience members should take a fully charged smart phone or tablet to play a range of games and challenges using the same technology seen on Dara O’Briain’s Go 8 Bit on Dave.
Hosted by comedian and regular videogame commentator Steve McNeil, this unique and interactive show is sure to be heaps of fun for anyone who is addicted to their device.
On the cinema screen, Tim Burton’s mysterious and magical Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children (12A) runs from Monday to Thursday, October 24 to 27.
Disney’s delightful live action remake of the classic story Pete’s Dragon (PG) will also be flying in on Monday and Tuesday.
Youth Takeover’s LOV Film Festival also includes two popular family films – Spirited Away (PG) on Friday, October 28, at 11am and Chicken Run (U) on Saturday, October 29, at 11am.
Visit the website – www.southhollandcentre.co.uk – for further details on free workshops for ticketholders including origami and stopmotion animation.

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