A few places left on Saffron Walden Museum’s ‘Egyptian Creation Myth’ drama workshop

09:43 06 February 2014

There are still a few places left on Saffron Walden Museum’s Egyptian Creation Myth Drama Workshop, on Saturday, February 22.

If your child enjoys drama and is fascinated by the Ancient Egyptians, this is the perfect event for them.

From 11.30am-4pm, staff and volunteers with drama experience will run a workshop with a small group of children to reinterpret the Egyptian creation myth using puppets, masks and props.

The costs is £10 per child and includes two free passes for the performance in the museum at the end of the day. The workshop is suitable for children aged seven to 12 years. Pop into the museum to book.

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