Fun Palaces


On 5 October we will be celebrating theatre director Joan Littlewood's legacy with a day of Fun Palace activity.

In 1961 Joan Littlewood and architect Cedric Price conceived the Fun Palace as a 'laboratory of fun', 'a university of the streets'. It was to be a temporary and moveable home to the arts and sciences that would welcome children and adults alike, based on Joan Littlewood's motto of 'Everyone an artist, everyone a scientist.'

We will create our own Fun Palace at The Other Place, in Stratford-upon-Avon, inviting adults and children to help us build it. Working with artists and creatives we will run a day of hands on activities on a drop in basis for everyone aged seven plus to take part in.

Further details of our Fun Palace will be announced here shortly.

Visit the Fun Palaces' website to find out more about more.

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