Fun palaces

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Bromley by Bow Centre’s Fun Palace

The Bromley by Bow Centre are excited to be hosting our first ever Fun Palace – come along from 10am to get involved in a variety of different hands on activities for young and old alike! We’ll be working with local residents and our East End Skills Exchange in the coming months to finalise our Fun Palace ideas, so watch this space. With our open art studios, 3 acre park, cafe and playground we have tons of space for creating, playing, learning and everything in between.

Exeter Library

Exeter Library is a busy city library and a cultural hubs in the city, named the ‘Living Room of the City’ due to our diverse audience and free, space. We held our first Fun Palace in 2016 and although we organised it in a short time frame, we had a fantastic response. We had local art organisations, the Met Office, Laughter Yoga, Geraldine the Dinosaur, Spacex gallery, DAISI and poetry sessions help make the Fun Palaces. We would like to make 2017 bigger and better.

Farnham Fun Palace

This page is all about process. It is about what happens as we make our 4th Fun Palace. You’ll see a lot of firsthand experiments, play, questions, thinking, learning, and yes, fun! We hope it inspires some of you to try a little bit of everything, make new connections and ultimately get involved.

Lewisham Disability’s Fun Palace

We want to celebrate the creative energy of disabled people and people with mental health needs in Lewisham through a visual and performance arts festival that is open to the whole community.

The Henley Street Fun Palace

After two great years of Shakespeare Fun Palaces in the Shakespeare Centre on Henley Street, we are going bigger this year! We will spill out onto Henley Street to share the fun with the Stratford community and visitors to town alike.