Join Ad Infinitum for a colourful performance workshop based on ideas and themes explored in Chloe and the Colour Catcher. Why not book a ticket to the performance of Chloe and the Colour Catcher in the afternoon too?
Age Guidance: 4 - 7 Years
Running Time: 45 minutes
Chloe and the Colour Catcher and it's accompanying workshop are presented by Ad Infinitum as part of FebFest 2020. FebFest is a children’s festival during February Half Term full of stuff to do and things to see in Luton. Click here for more information about other Feb Fest shows and workshops.
Launched by Full House Theatre in 2014, Luton’s Full House Feb Fest is an arts event for children and young people jam-packed with stuff to do and things to see across The Culture Trust Luton venues.
The Feb Fest shows and workshops have been hand-picked by Full House, bringing the best of the UK’s theatre and creative activities to children and families in Luton this February half term. Book to see great theatre, story-telling, dance and workshops, and why not drop in to the free creative space The Imagination Station too. There’s something for everyone.
- Friday, February 21, 2020
The Hat Factory
The Hat Factory is Luton's leading arts and entertainment venue featuring live music, club nights, theatre, dance, films, children's activities, workshops, classes and gallery exhibitions.
It's a centre of artistic excellence set within a vibrant urban environment. It offers the young and the young at heart the chance to engage with the arts, to be inspired by the UK’s leading arts practitioners, and to develop artistic skills and confidence.
The Hat Factory is a combined arts venue in the centre of Luton. It opened in 2003 and since then has been the area’s main provider of contemporary theatre, dance and music. We work with both emerging and proven producers and artists, through programming, engagement programmes and our Associate Artist scheme. Their music programming is vibrant, offering an eclectic portfolio of high quality artists from the worlds of jazz, blues, folk, world music, indie and hip hop. Complementing their own programming, they welcome local/regional promoters to the venue, broadening their music offer and at the same time supporting young promoters and their businesses. They programme contemporary theatre and dance with a focus on fresh, new and relevant stories from both established and emerging touring companies who are making high quality work in the UK. They’ve programmed companies like Earthfall, Chickenshed, New International Encounter (NIE), Trestle, Menagerie, Eastern Angles, Atma, State of Emergency, 30 Bird, Tavaziva, Analogue and Jean Abreu Dance to name but a few.
The Hat Factory has flexible spaces of various sizes to suit every need. See Venue Hire for more information.
To become part of The Hat Factory's programme, please contact our Head of Arts & Cultural Programmes, Fahim Qureshi at Fahim.Qureshi@LutonCulture.com