Culture belongs to us all! Find out how anyone, anywhere can make a Fun Palace, where everyone is an artist and everyone a scientist. Change the world with radical fun.
A Fun Palace is a free, local event using arts and science to celebrate each unique community and the skills and interests of those who live there.
FUN PALACES AND BIRMINGHAM REP
Invite you to a free workshop to find out how anyone, anywhere can make a Fun Palace.
Last year there were 142 Fun Palaces across the country with 2079 people involved in making them and over 50,000 people participating. People gathered to make and share arts, sciences, learning, games and have FUN – this workshop is your chance to find out how to get involved. You don’t need to be an expert in anything to make a Fun Palace – you just need to want to make something happen (however tiny) with and for the people that live around you.
“Loved meeting so many other creatives within our area and realising that we can do whatever we want – the world’s our oyster!!”
2015 workshop participant
Are you intrigued to find out more, interested to meet other people who might want to get involved; got some ideas you would like to share, some questions about how it works? Then come along to this conversation event and see what you think. You can find out more on our website: funpalaces.co.uk/ Or watch this video to find out what happened at Fun Palaces 2015: http://bit.do/FP2015
Any questions? Prefer to book by phone? Need help with access or travel costs? Get in touch. E-mail email@example.com or ring 0208 692 4446 ext. 203 and leave a message
Date and Time: 10th May, 5 – 7:30pm (children welcome)
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