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The focal point for Get Creative Day NI is the Createathon in
Ulster Museum, Belfast.
Northern Ireland’s creative community is coming together for a whole day of activities involving craft, dance, music, cartoon, minecraft, exhibitions, reading, poetry, printing and more… The events will start at 11am and run to 4pm. Admission is free and all are welcome.
Verbal's distinctive Reading Rooms Goes Mobile vehicle will be parked at the Ulster Museum from 11am until 4pm with stories for children and families as well as adults.
“The Verbal is delighted to be a part of the BBC Get Creative Day on 2nd
April," said Stephanie Campbell, Reading Rooms Mobile Officer.
Come and enjoy a range of books based on how we
can all be creative. Come and hear about a rabbit who loves books so
much that he steals them! Or a girl called Sadie who is small but has a
huge imagination. She likes to make and do and be lots of different
things. Maybe you are a bit like her!
We also have a story about
a flower that introduces colour to an otherwise very dull world. Or, see
how Lucien transforms an old toy boat and the amazing adventure it goes
So come along and join in on the fun with the Reading Rooms bus.
There are more than 63,000 voluntary arts groups regularly running cultural activities and events in the UK, that's 10 million people across the country doing something creative.
For full details of Get Creative
Day across NI visit www.voluntaryarts.org/getcreativedayni