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Costume Works Shop at the Forum

On Saturday 17th June, get ready for Bath Carnival with a costume workshop at the Forum. It is suitable for all children aged 11 and under who would also like to participate in the Bath Carnival procession on Saturday, 8 July 2023. and join their incredible procession of over 1200 artists as they dance and play throughout the streets of Bath.

Head to the Forum for a two-hour workshop with the Carnival Lead Artist, Hannah. She will show you how to make your own Bath Carnival accessories, including headdresses, decorations for scooters, bikes etc. (come with an idea of what wheeled item you’d like to decorate – but please don’t bring them to Bath Forum ;)) and things to hold and wave!

Practical information:

Event location: Bath Forum
Event time: 10.30am to 12.30pm
Event price: £5 per child, adult go free
Book here

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