Festival of Fun - How to Make a Better World OUR PROMISE: If you are unable to attend because you - or a member of your party - are displaying Covid-19 symptoms or are self-isolating, we can offer you account credit, valid for 14 months. For every problem in the world, there’s a child who wants to help make a change for the better! Knowing this, Chickenshed have created a brand new show adapted from Keilly Swift’s book, How to Make a Better World. During every show, the cast will be inviting children to share their ideas and dreams and at the end of the performance, together, they will create a manifesto – a guide to changing things for the better, one step at a time. How to Make a Better World is a show for children with an age recommendation of approximately 7 – 11yrs. It is a colourful, musical show full of song and dances – and interaction with the audience. Keilly Swift, the author of How to Make a Better World, is ideally placed to understand what kids are interested in. She's the Managing Editor at the award-winning children’s newspaper, First News, which has more than two million readers each week. After hearing first-hand from many engaged and passionate young people about the issues they care about, in particular their concerns about the environment, Keilly was moved to write How to Make a Better World to help kids who want to make a difference but are not sure where to start. This event forms part of our Festival of Fun. Join us for nine days packed full of events for children aged from 0 to 11 years. With shows and activities centred around the themes of togetherness and caring, we have something for everyone. Make sure you book early and join us this summer for a festival full of heart and creativity – with our children firmly at the centre of all that is fun and entertaining (socially distanced, of course!). Dates & Times: Thu 5 - Sat 7 Aug, 1.30pmRunning time: 50minsAges: 7-11yrsTickets: £7.50 Please note: This is a seated performance. Your seating will be allocated at the point of booking and leaving a two seat gap between each booking.