Spooky surprises, artistic action, music-making - there's plenty going on around Milton Keynes in the coming week...
GULLIVER’S TRICK & TREAT WEEK
Gulliver’s Land, October 22-30
Take aim at the ghostly zombies roaming the official NERF Zone at Gulliver’s Land. The NERF Zone has been given a Halloween makeover for Gulliver’s Trick & Treat Week.
Special Zombie NERF sessions test out youngsters’ sharp shooting skills in the Halloween-themed target range, with pumpkins galore. Once ready for battle, Halloween daredevils can turn their Zombie NERF blasters on the zombies who’ve taken up residence in the combat zone. Don’t worry, they’re friendlier than they look!
The Stables Theatre, Wavendon, various dates next week
The Stables is holding a series of music-related workshops for young people aged 12 to 17 over half term.
On Monday there’s An Introduction to Live Sound Engineering. An Introduction to Jazz Improvisation is on Tuesday, and An Introduction to Sonic Pi is on Friday, October 28.
TOM GATES BRILLIANT BANDS AND DOODLES
The Stables, Wavendon, Wednesday October 26, 1.45pm
Join Liz Pichon, creator of the bestselling Tom Gates books, in an interactive music and drawing event. Ask Liz questions about Tom’s world, learn to doodle like Tom and hear his favourite band, DUDE3. The show will be a mix of live illustration and live music.
FREE DRAMA WORKSHOP
Moulsoe, Thursday October 27
Big Bold Youth is holding a free drama workshop for six to 18-year-olds at the Moulsoe Millennium Hall, near Newport Pagnell, with a mixture of drama games and improvisation.
Ages 6-10 years (6pm-7pm), 10-14 years (7pm-8.20pm), 14-18 years (8.20pm-10pm).
Early booking advised.
TOPPS OCTOBER FESTIVAL
Middleton Hall, centre:mk
Monday, October 24, 10am to 4pm
Fans of Premier League Match Attax, WWE, Trolls, Shopkins and Star Wars will find lots of fun activities and games taking place alongside surprise character appearances and giveaways, at this festival for sticker and trading card fans. Plus get football freestyle tips from superstar Dan Magness.