The exciting programme of children’s events in the East Riding Festival of Words includes a Ninja Alien Pirate Party at the Parkway Cinema in Beverley on Saturday, 19 October at 11am.
Award winning children’s author Gareth P Jones will sing, play and rap songs inspired by his collection of published books including ‘Ninja Meerkats’, ‘Steampunk Pirates’, and ‘The Dinosaurs are having a Party’.
This will be a highly interactive and energetic performance, and will be suitable for ages four plus.
Tickets are available now at £6 each plus 60p booking fee per ticket, from www.festivalofwords.co.uk or by calling 01482 392699 in office hours.
On Sunday, 27 October, the Parkway Cinema in Beverley will host The Funny World of James Campbell, a standup comedy show for children over six, their parents, and anyone who likes comedy without the rude words.
James Campbell is a comedian, author and the man who started ‘Comedy 4 Kids’. He has written the hilarious ‘Boyface’ books and has appeared on TV programmes such as ‘Blue Peter’.
Tickets cost £6 each plus 60p booking fee per ticket, from www.festivalofwords.co.uk or by calling 01482 392699 in office hours.
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