An exhibition of making, creating and fun!

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8 November 2019 – 8 March 2020

PACCAR Room, Level 2,
Royal Shakespeare Theatre

Open Daily from 10am

Celebrate the joy of being YOU in our exhibition for all ages.

Inspired by The Boy in the Dress and co-created by artist Megan Clark-Bagnall and young people during October half-term, this lively and fun exhibition is full of activities, including your chance to make a friendship bracelet, design a t-shirt slogan, play Subbuteo table football and disco-dance around a giant glitter ball.

Celebrating identity and friendship, hang out and have fun with us before your The Boy in the Dress experience!

Recommended for ages 7+

Mgan Clark Bagnall

Megan Clark-Bagnall

Megan is a Bristol based artist, who likes to make fun/ny projects with people. She celebrates the good and the excellent in human nature to create sincerely feel good art. Megan doesn't make very serious art, but she is very serious about making art. She enjoys smashing together mainstream culture and the art world to create striking large-scale art installations, performances that tell stories and immersive events that everyone is invited to take part in. Her playful projects tend to be questioning, queer, fun, humorous, bitter-sweet and surprisingly sobering at times. Her work is often dressed up in Fruit Salad chew colours, drowned in bright accents of pink and yellow.

Find Megan on Twitter @clarkbagnall

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