What’s on February Half Term 2022
Wondering what to do with the little (and bigger) ones this February half term? We’ve pulled together a list of events and activities in Frome to help you keep them occupied and entertained.
I.G Sports Coaching are offering their usual varied mix of camps for this half term, including an archery, fencing and combat camp, arts & crafts, Fundays and football.
Camps run from 9am-3pm at Selwood Academy.
For ages 5-11.
Two hours of Disney Magic for school aged children. Learn the songs and dances to all the best Disney songs including Frozen, Encanto and Moana. Children are invited to wear their best Disney-themed outfit.
Recommended for school age children.
If you have an old pair of tap shoes tucked away at the back of the wardrobe, now’s your chance to dig them out! This workshop is for budding young tappers to enjoy time with their grown ups.
Perfect for children who aren’t ready to leave their parents at the door and for adults who want to dust off their tap shoes or try something new.
For children of reception age and up.
Join local felting artist Bessie Bidder to learn the art of felting. Bessie’s running four workshops with different themes where you can create a felt picture, hand puppet, finger puppet or needle-felted finger puppet.
Children over 9 need to be joined by a parent or carer.
Presented by Little Big Dance, Club Origami is an interactive dance show for children and families.
Starting with a single square of paper the show invites audiences to imagine, explore and play…scrunching the paper, dance, movement, live music turn into a creative adventure.
Both shows will be followed by a short stay and play session.
Step into the world of Shakespeare! Use your imagination, understand the words, discover the characters and their stories, but most of all, have a go!
Enjoy a recital of sonnets and scenes at the end of the session.
For ages 8-13.
Create your own window design to take home and display for Frome Window Wanderland (4th–7th March).
Join workshop leader Mel Day as she guides you through the creative process of making a window display using tissue and black paper.
A fun day using creative, fun drama techniques to learn the basic building blocks of creating and devising your own play.
Parents can join at the end of the session for a showing of the students’ work.
For ages 8-13.
Young Somerset present an afternoon of activities and fun including the ‘I Can and I Am’ bus, who will be making pizzas and offering group and individual support for young people and an awesome Silent Disco!
For ages 11+ and their families.
Designed for children and adults alike, Mark’s Spectacular Science Show explores the strange and magical properties of matter with exploding elephant’s toothpaste, vortex-generating dustbins and even howling jelly babies!
Based on the picture book by Steven Lee (How the Koala Learnt To Hug) and brought to you by the creators of There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Fly, this interactive musical celebrates everything great about being a kid – and everything great about having one.
Recommended age 2+.