Parents and children alike are invited to get stuck in when Claytime comes to The Dukes on Saturday, September 15.
Claytime is a play with clay where the audience can participate.
Each Claytime is totally unique, creating its own world, characters and stories drawn directly from its young audience.
The show is made with, and for, children aged three to six-years-old and is theatre in The Round at its most engaging.
Indefinitearticles, led by Steve Tiplady, invite their audience to a place where clay combines with children’s imaginations to create a world of fabulous forms, amazing animals and morphing monsters.
There are two Claytime shows on September 15 at 11am and 2pm, and tickets are priced £8/£7, £5 (child).
To book tickets, ring The Dukes box office on 01524 598500 or visit www.dukes-lancaster.org.
Claytime is just one of many Dukes activities for children and families this autumn.
The Dukes Half Term Takeover (October 29 to November 2) has workshops every morning, andfamily films every afternoon.
Among the family films are A Cat In Paris (PG); Belleville Rendez-Vous (12A) and Kiki’s Delivery Serivce (U).
And for those caring for tiny tots, there’s a Mini Movies screening of Anna Karenina (12A) on September 18.