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The Childrens' Festival
More space and more to do this year!
Bigger tent and also bigger programme for Kids events - two main shows a day, old favourites and new faces. AND two workshops an afternoon, PLUS Arts & Crafts area, always plenty to do whatever your inclination. Select 'Kids Events' in the listings search for more detail.
Kids’ meals available at lunchtime.
There are also Kids’ events at the egg, during both afternoons at Kensington Meadows (June 6/7), plus dance workshops at Spiegelent, La Flamenca & Bath City Farm as part of the 'Afro Cuban Tale' project.
Please note: we do not provide a child-minding facility: if we did, we’d have to charge a great deal more than we do. Your kids are YOUR responsibility when they’re on our field, children left unattended can result in serious consequences for them and you - make sure they know where you are at all times!
Spiegeltent Children’s Festival
Monday 25 May
12.30pm-Kooky the Clown, ages 3-9.
2.30pm-Mad Science, ages 5+
12.15-1.15pm Magic Workshop Age 8 - teenage.
1.30-2.30pm Folk/Ceilidh Dancing. Age - Primary.
Tuesday 26 May
12.30pm-Ticklish Allsorts, ages 3-9.
2.30pm-Humble Pie Puppets, ages 2-7.
12.15-1.15pm Kids Yoga. Age - Primary.
1.30-2.30pm Voice/Singing Age 5-12 years.
Wednesday 27 May
12.30pm-Mr. Brown's Pig's puppet show, ages 4-8.
2.30pm-Prof. Palmeroff-Age 5+
12.15-1.15pm Drumming/Rhythm; Age 5 - teenage.
1.30-2.30pm Face Painting and Balloon Modelling Age 6-12.
Thursday 28 May
12.30pm-Jack Stevens, magic show, age 3-7.
2.30pm – Dave Hickory, balloon modeller, ages 3-7.
12.15-1.15pm Hula Hoop Skills All ages.
1.30-2.30pm Digeridoo Workshop Age 6 - teenage.
Friday 29 May
12.30-1.30pm, Ages 3-9 years
2-3pm, ages 10-16 years
Fresh & tasty meals, snacks and cakes, including special children’s menu, vegetarian options and barbecue; hot and cold drinks. Available every day from noon till well into the evening. All reasonably priced using local suppliers.
For even more info look here: Spiegeltent pages - http://www.100mphevents.com/Spiegeltent.html
Please note that the Children's Festival does not accept unaccompanied children, please come with a responsable adult.
Please also note that no dogs are allowed on site, and that only food and drink bought on the premises can be consumed at the tables.
Other Child-friendly Events
Boom Stage on Kensington Meadows on Saturday 6th June is an event for and by Teenagers, more details soon - when we have them.
Walcot Royal Show Sunday 7th June, fun & games.
Bedlam Fair May 30-31, usually a diversion to be found...
Bath Fringe's Child & Vulnerable Adult Protection Policy can be viewed and downloaded at: