June Newsletter

I thought i’d share a warm memory of a beach this month. I Hope you all had a wonderful half term?

There are two cracking Scribble and smudge workshops this month.

Creative kids fabled beasts @wmgallery this month will be monstrous fun. Creating clay beasts likened to Fafnir the Dragon. Tales of the Icelandic sagas , dressing up courtesy of Walthamstow Toy Library, Icelandic morsels and an erupting volcano all to be enjoyed with your little ones this month. What else do you need? See events above for booking.


Fly the flag workshop we have been invited to #royaloperahouse, as part of a London wide festival celebrating human rights. Patron artist Ai Wei Wei has made flags to purchase if you would like to take part in your organisation this month.

Fly the Flag Its a ticketed event during ‘family sunday’ for kids 3 to 10 years old. Booking details are in the event above.


If you have time after our workshop go to Greenwich docklands international festival takes part in the flag festival with a wonderful street interaction. A giant puppet ambles in the night streets at 9.30pm called Mo and the red ribbon presented by  Compagnie L'Homme Debout. It will be magical.

Things to do Locally:

Fathers’ Day June 16th, well it doesn’t matter where you go as long as you have fun. If dad likes jazz and wine tatsting here’s a ticketed event at Vino Veritas 3 til 7 pm: https://www.ivveritas.com/event/fathers-day-wine-tasting-and-live-jazz. Free summer festival at marylebone out into town https://www.marylebonevillage.com/marylebone-summer-festival

The E17 art trail is in its last week ends this Sunday 16th, well worth going out there and having a last look see: http://e17arttrail.co.uk/

Art night June 22nd. A full programme of events in the evening 7 til 3 a.m see here: https://2019.artnight.london/

Have a wonderful time this month. Wishing you dads a really fantastic father’s day!