Day 3 – Monday, 1 April

Diddi Dance – 10 to 10.45am

Come and try out funky pre-school dance classes for boys and girls. Learn co-ordination, motor skills and build confidence in these full-of-fun 45 minute sessions. Places are limited so to book please email annemarie.martin@diddidance.com

Telegraph Hill Centre, Lounge

FREE

10:00-10:45am

Bubbles and Slime – 3.45 to 5.15pm

An opportunity to make giant bubbles you can stand inside and slime you just won’t be able to put down. Have fun and learn the science behind these activities and take home your own slime. For children 8 to 12 years old.

The Hill Station

3:45-5:15pm

£FREE

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That’s Brilliant! Creativity Down the Pub – 8 to 9pm

Can anyone be creative? Will creativity make me happy? How do we assess creativity?

Come get a taste of creativity research and take part in a pub quiz that is all about thinking “outside of the box” and coming up with original solutions to different problems.

This event will be led by Rotem Perach, creativity researcher in Goldsmiths, University of London

The Telegraph, Dennett’s Road, SE14 5LW (Downstairs)

FREE

8:00-9:00pm

Comedy Night! – 8.30 to 10.30pm

In the Festival’s 25th anniversary year, a raft of fresh faces are brought together for you by award-winning comedian Athena Kugblenu.

Flushed with success on Russell Howard’s Good News and Russell Howard Hour, on BBC Radio 4, at Edinburgh Festival, at London’s Soho Theatre and Up the Creek, these award-winning local talents will dazzle, discombobulate, and delight you with their off-beat takes on our topsy-turvy world.

Expect anarchy, surrealism, dark humour, and a good grown-up laugh to shake you out of atrophy.


Telegraph Hill Centre, Narthex

8:30-10:30pm £12 (£7)
(Doors open at 8:00pm)

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The Long Letter – 8.30 to 11pm

The Long Letter: the untold story of Mary Ann Hunn, a fiercely determined eighteenth century actress whose struggle for independence mirrored the revolutionary times in which she lived. At its core is the burning injustice she felt at her estrangement from her ‘boasted son’, the leading statesman and future Prime Minister George Canning.

Hill Station

8:30-11:00pm £5 (3)

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