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Craft your River Stage

In the ground floor of the Lyttelton Lounge in the National Theatre, Adults and young people partake in craft activities around two tables, with plastic sheeting on the floor, and papier maché hearts hanging up to dry in the foreground.

Booking and details

1-5pm on Saturday 13 July
The event location is

National Theatre

South Bank, London SE1 9PX

This is a free, drop-in event.

Open to all ages.

Take the River Stage festival with you! Come check out our crafting station, where an expert artist facilitator will guide you through making your very own piece of the River Stage to bring home, or wear with pride as you explore everything the festival has to offer.

This drop-in crafting space offers a lower-stimulus environment, perfect for those looking for a breather from the high-energy excitement of the main stage.

We invite all ages to come and create, in a relaxed environment.

This event is produced by the 2024 Young Producers placements.

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Contact us

2024 Young Producer placements

Hamish Hutchinson-Poyntz
Posy O’Rourke
Afriya-Jasmine Nylander
Jamie Winstone

You can contact the Young Producers team on youngproducers@nationaltheatre.org.uk.

Photo © Sophie Lodge
North Kensington Take Over, 2023

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