Go potty at the Hive

The Hive in Shrewsbury is hosting a series of workshops for children and adults this February, including a Junior Potters session for four to nine year olds on Wednesday 21 February (10.30-11.30am), with an Adult Potters session in the evening from 6.45-9.15pm. Aaron Child of Painted Life Productions leads a Feb Film Challenge for eight to 13 year olds, and there’s also a performance as part of the Hive’s continuing Uptown Folk series: the Ennis Sisters and Dave Gunning appear together on a Canadian double bill on Sunday 25 February at 7.45pm. Tickets are priced at £14 per person.

For full details of all the Hive’s events, visit hiveonline.org.uk or call 01743 234970.

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