Family activities in MK: your guide to the week ahead

Meet Daleks, watch CBeebies stars being bad and get your scientific imagination firing on all cylinders - all in Milton Keynes...

Wednesday, 26th October 2016, 9:20 am
Updated Thursday, 27th October 2016, 5:12 pm
Comedy Club 4 Kids and CBeebies Spot Bots stars the Three Half Pints in Bad Guys

BAD GUYSStantonbury Theatre, Friday October 28, 10am and 2.30pmDerek, Ernie & Dick are really bored of being good. It’s just got to be more fun being a baddie. But being an evil scientist, pirate or cowboy is trickier than they thought. Can the bumbling brotherslearn how to stay out of jail and be real Bad Guys?Join Comedy Club 4 Kids and CBeebies Spot Bots stars the Three Half Pints as they stumble through a brand new comic misadventure, packed with songs, slapstick, silliness and accidental derring do.The show is for families with children aged five to 11. There is a relaxed performance at

ART CAMPMilton Keynes Arts Centre, Thursday October 27, 11am to 1pmDrawing and Sketchbook Making with Wai Wai Pang in the specialist art room. Participants will expand on their drawing techniques,be introduced to simple book binding techniques and produce a sketchbook to be taken home. For ages six and over, £15 per

AUTUMN BYTESNational Museum of Computing, until Sunday, noon to 5pmMeet the Daleks and their friends on Sunday, and discover 3D microscopes and see rocks from the moon.On Saturday, join Tom the Tale Teller for spooky stories with technology at their heart. Join a digital art masterclass on Friday with John Yeadon, the artist of Portrait of a Dead

MILTON KEYNES MUSEUMHalf term activities, until Friday October 28, 11am to 4.30pmThere’s lots to do at Milton Keynes Museum this half term. The science professor will be capturing imaginations with experiments. Dial up some fun in the Connected Earth gallery with its working telephone or make hot buttered toast at the fire in the Farmhouse

DOTTY THE DRAGONStantonbury Theatre, Sunday, 2.30pmDotty is a baby Fire Dragon. She lives in a castle with her grumpy dad. She loves to watch the children playing in the village below, and wishes she could play with them too. One day Dotty decides to fly down to the village and say hello. But will Dotty make new friends, or will the village folk chase her away?