Wahoo! The fun is not just for littlies: there is no studio fee for adults throughout May half term: Monday 27 to Friday 31 May
Monday 27 May 2.30–4.30pm
Create a collection of funky flowers.
Experiment with wax, foam sheets, 3D papers and painting techniques.
Tuesday 28 May 2.30–4.30pm
Learn how to use this fun collage technique to cover and create fun objects.
Wednesday 29 May 2.30–4.30pm
Decorate a ceramic plaque ad learn how to use air-drying clay to create your own.
Experiment with paints, glitter, varnish and clay to make some special keepsakes.
Thursday 30 May 2.30–4.30pm
Transform yourself by creating a brilliant selection of super accessories!
We will use fabric pens and paints, jewels, feathers and felt to create badges, t-shirts, masks & more!
Friday 31 May 2.30–4.30pm
Make shields and replica coins!
Cut, collage, draw, stick and paint to make a personalised shield. Looks great on a bedroom wall!
Make something special for Father’s Day on Sunday 16 June. Mugs and bowls, clocks and boxes – and a whole lot more…
Izzy Jones Creative Studio & Children’s Boutique, 348 Kilburn Lane, Queens Park, London W9 3EF
In the mood for some reggae, dancehall, R’n'B, hip hop? Rum punch? Head to the Falcon, 341 Kilburn Lane, W9 on Saturday 8 June.
Food shack until 10pm
Supa Selecta C
£5 on door to cover soundsystem. Ring 07879 454 735 for more information.
This Tuesday, go see the BAFTA-nominated I am Nasrine at the Lexi Cinema and help disadvantaged young people study at Newcastle…
Created by Tina Gharavi, a film and digital media lecturer in the School of English Literature, Language and Linguistics at Newcastle University, I am Nasrine follows a young Iranian girl who is sent to the UK after falling foul of the Iranian regime. To film in Iran, Tina and her crew pretended to be shooting a different film and then smuggled the raw footage out of Iran. Tina will be talking about the film and answering questions after the screening.
Tickets £25 – includes wine reception – and all proceeds go to the Newcastle University Women’s Circle, which raises funds to provide bursaries to help provide an education for the brightest and best students, regardless of background.
6.30pm–9.30pm – film starts at 7.30pm. The Lexi, at Kensal Rise, NW10, is the UK’s first social enterprise cinema, where all profits go to charity. It was co-founded by Newcastle graduate Teresa Graham.