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With a vivacity of performance that matches the inventiveness and wit of the storytelling and a hint of a moral.

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Big Porridge & Play Glasgow

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Ruchill - Gorbals - Whiteinch

22nd April 2017 to 29th June 2017

BIG PORRIDGE & PLAY GLASGOW

A unique 8 week project for local families with children aged 3-8. Games, songs, rhymes and snacks.

 

Ruchill - Gorbals - Whiteinch

Big Porridge & Play Glasgow is for 3-8 year olds with their parents/carers led by Licketyspit. Each session begins with a sit-down picnic of porridge or soup and fruit before leading to a fun and relaced play session full of fantastic games, songs and imaginary play. Develop children's creativitiy, social skills, confidence and relationshiops.

Children and parents/carers are given PlayCards to take away and continue the fun at home. There are 32 to collect.

 

Places are still available in all 3 areas. Please contact info@licketyspit.com for more information.

 

To find out more please contact Fraser MacLeod - Lead Associate - on fraser@licketyspit.com or 0131 332 0410.

 

Ruchill

Ruchill Community Centre, 671 Bilsland Drive, Glasgow, G20 9NF

Weekly Group Sessions                            Saturday 29th April - Saturday 17th June 3.00pm - 5.15pm (not 13th May)

 

Gorbals

St Francis Centre, 405 Cumberland Street, Glasgow, G5 0SE

Weekly Group Sessions                             Thursday 4th May - Thursday 22nd June 4.00pm - 6.15pm (not 11th May)

 

Whiteinch

Whiteinch Centre, 1 Northinch Court, Glasgow, G14 0UG

Weekly Group Sessions                               Saturday 6th May - Saturday 24th June 12.00pm - 2.15pm (not 13th May)

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Testimonials


…a charming and seductive children’s show, full of magical moments and strange sights.Joyce MacMillan, The Scotsman
They make Lear's language come juicily alive (The Christmas Quangle Wangle). Adult
Saw Molly Whuppie – fantastic, best theatre I’ve seen in years. Thank you.  Parent

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