The ability to create a whole new world is the basis of great fantasy writing.
JRR Tolkien, George RR Martin and of course, Sir Terry Pratchett (yes, I was tempted to stick RR in there) set a very high bar that all writers must strive for when planning their fantastical stories.
Crafty fun for all the family with a selection of activities inspired by Sir Terry Pratchett’s Discworld series.
Make your own witches or wizard’s hat, decorate a Quantum Weather Butterfly or Maskerade Mask, mind your nose with the springy eggs, or get your hands clay-mucky with golems and trolls!
No need to book but we do ask a £1 donation per child in order to re-stock our craft store.
We look forward to seeing you 🙂
Fun and activities for all ages inspired by Sir Terry Pratchett’s Discworld.
Community Hub and High Street, Saturday, October 8. 10am-4pm
We were too far down the line to organise a tribute to STP last year, but were keen to keep his name and work alive. ‘The Turtle Moves’ is the call of Discworld fans across the Roundworld!
As part of our 2016 festival, Written Worlds, Inspiring Places, we’re running a Discworld inspired Family Arts Trail called The Turtle Moves.
More good news for us – the brilliant City of Rochester Society – who do so much to conserve the character and heritage of our fair city – have very generously awarded us a £500 grant towards expenses and materials for this year’s festival.