Some of our Family Performances & Workshops
Ever wanted to know how you balance a chair on your chin, if you can juggle liquid, or how circus performers eat fire? Well roll up, roll up and watch StrongWomen Aoife and Maria reveal the scientific secrets behind these and many more astounding tricks, with science just as breath-taking as the feats themselves. In this fun, lively and fast-paced family circus performance, find out how jugglers, acrobats and hula hoop artists use science to create their amazing acts as education and amazement combine in what will no doubt be one of the most popular kids shows at Stendhal this summer.
Logy on Fire
This interactive, highly skilled, rock n roll family friendly show is full of skilful object manipulation, bringing traditional vaudeville and parlour tricks to you with a comedy twist and new age style. Danger is Logy’s middle name as he does things that you should never, ever try at home such as Playing with fire and perilous displays of juggling custom made razor sharp unique objects and equilibrium tricks the likes of which you have never seen before! This show is Raw, Rock'n and full of Danger. With plenty of audience participation and his unique style of comedy, Logy will help to raise the energy at Stendhal to new heights but we must repeat, Don’t try this at home.
Demi Detourne’s Drag Storytime
Demi Detourne, one of Northern Ireland’s premier Drag performers is going to take you on a story time adventure with fun for all the family. With Puppets, magic and some interesting, à la mode costume changes, get ready for a one woman show that will blow your stilettos off.
Make your own gremlin Workshop with Wee Nuls
Wee Nuls is a Belfast based street artist and illustrator. Her ‘gremlin’ characters are colourful, bright, and larger than life. Wee Nuls loves the medium of street art / graffiti as it brightens up the streets of her city, and creates artwork that’s accessible to everyone. Join Wee Nuls to make your very own gremlin mini character to take home!
Claudia’s Drumming Workshop
Looking for the kids to create their very own block rocking beats? Then look no further than Drum Facilitator, Claudia Keller’s booming drumming workshops. This energetic workshop explores boomwhackers, bongos and drums of all shapes and sizes, perfect for letting the little ones let rip and learn all about percussion while having loads of fun and who knows, maybe you’ll end up with your own little Ringo Starr on your hands afterwards.
Fort Building with Roe Valley Nature Kids
Every kid is the king of their castle, so how about helping them build a royal residence fit for nobility with Roe Valley Nature Kids Fort building workshops. Your little ones will learn all about fort building, how they shelter us from the weather, how we can camouflage them using the materials around us and have a go at building one ourselves. So if you like your forts Neolithic, Medieval, Celtic or just safe and cosy in the living room, this fort building workshop is right up your street.
Krafty Kids Mask Making Workshop
Love creating, making and all things arts and crafty? Krafty Kidz offer a wide range of arts & crafts activities and projects to suit groups of children and young people of all ages and abilities and they are bringing their mask making workshop to Stendhal this summer. Kids of all ages can have fun creating their very own masterpieces and be a superhero or even a supervillain for the weekend with their very own mask.
Ursula Burns Presents: The Blue Rose
The Blue Rose is an audible experience, where the listener is prompted into visualising the rich fantastical landscape of Ursula's Unique interpretation of Madame de Villeneuve's, "Beauty and the Beast". Sweeping Classical Melodies, fused with character songs played on Harp and Piano. The voice guides the listener to bring the abundant imagery alive in the mind. The beauty of the music and the emotion and drama of the story make this an enjoyable and rich experience for adults and children.