Doodle at Hannahs
Until Sunday 2 September 10am – 4pm, The Gallery
Enter a world of woodland creatures, pirates, music, nature, sports and mindfulness with Squircle Arts as they transform Hannahs Gallery into a giant colouring book for you to explore and create. Discover your inner artist and let you imagination go wild! Colour in existing drawings or create your own doodles, creature and characters and add your self-portrait to our community wall of frames. Come along to this free event, running all summer. We’ll provide the materials you provide your imagination! Suitable for all ages.
Special drop in Doodle workshops are also open to visitors of all ages during the summer holidays.
Doodle a Noodle Poodle – Work with Squircle to fill Character Corner with your own characters. Free
Saturday 21 July 10am – 12pm
Make and Doodle – Make and create with artists Joni and Kate. Free
Saturday 11 August 10am – 12pm
Doodle Bag – Children can doodle their own foam stamps and print onto a canvas bag they can take home with them. £3 per person. Pay on day.
Sunday 26 August 10am – 12pm
The Reluctant Dragon
Saturday 14 July and Saturday 25 August 3pm Outdoors (The Pavilions if wet weather)
Quantum Theatre presents an enchanting outdoor adaptation of Kenneth Grahame’s The Reluctant Dragon, a touching, sweet and funny tale of bravery, friendship and derring-do for all the family. When a dragon is discovered up on the Downs, the Boy is not in the least surprised. He’s always known the cave there was a dragon cave, so it seems only right for a dragon to be living in it. But this particular dragon is not a bit like the ones in fairy tales – this one writes poetry and doesn’t like fighting! When the town-folk send for St. George to slay the dragon, the boy needs to come up with a clever plan to save his friend and convince the townsfolk to accept him….
Hannahs is proud to present more popular interactive Murder Mystery Evenings provided by the amazing Moonstone Theatre Company. Guests will enjoy a wonderful evening where the story unfolds around them as they are treated to a three course dinner. They can speak to all the characters, discover their secrets and work out which of them is guilty.
The Wreck of the Moonstone
Saturday 14 July 7pm The Bistro
This mystery is centred around the survivors of a shipwreck off the Plymouth coast in 1938 and a subsequent murder.
The Maori Murders
Saturday 25 August 7pm The Bistro
This story is set in 1920s Devon and is centred around a dinner party for a small group of friends who collect Maori artefacts from New Zealand and a mystery death at a nearby house.
Ages 16+. £25 including 3-course supper. Please inform of us of any dietary requirements or allergies at time of booking. Booking essential. Fancy dress welcome!
Tuesday 31 July, Wednesday 8, Tuesday 14 and Wednesday 22 August
Pyjama Drama offers imaginative play classes for children aged 2-4 years which are full of music, movement, playing and lots of pretending! With a different adventure each week, children learn about the world and develop essential life skills whilst making friends, having fun and creating amazing imaginations!
To book contact Victoria on 01392 247449 or firstname.lastname@example.org or book online at www.pyjamadrama.com
Usaato Fashion Show
Saturday 8 September 2-7pm The Great Hall
Usaato fabrics are created from high quality cotton, hemp and silk coloured with natural dyes derived from plants and fruits and woven using traditional methods. The fabrics are transformed into clothing designed by Usaburo Sato, an internationally acclaimed designer of trend setting fashion who has had catwalk shows across USA and Europe.
To book all Hannahs events visit www.discoverhannahs.org/whats-on or ring 01626 325800