A-Maze-In’ half term fun at Stratford Circus

PUBLISHED: 14:00 24 May 2014

A-Maze-In' at Stratford Circus

A-Maze-In' at Stratford Circus


Children can get lost in a world of fun this half term as the interactive A-Maze-In’ adventure comes to Stratford Circus.

A-Maze-In' at Stratford CircusA-Maze-In' at Stratford Circus

Families can explore a maze of honeycomb as they are invited to train as the new generation of bees.

The interactive experience is designed for children aged one to eight and will teach them about cross-pollination, making a bee bed in a hive and learning how to waggle and fly.

Performances will be held at different times to tailor to different age groups.

A-Maze-In’ was created by Stratford Circus’ associated artists Filskit Theatre and Tea Dance of Little People and is returning after a successful debut in February.

A-Maze-In' at Stratford CircusA-Maze-In' at Stratford Circus

Filskit Theatre’s Victoria Dyson said: “We will be combining Filskit’s love of visuals and theatricality with Tea Dance for Little People’s interactivity and scenic expertise.

“When looking for others to collaborate with, we were keen to find those with a similar outlook towards creating an exciting experience for children, however who would also bring different skills and experience to mix into the pot.”

A-Maze-In’ will run from Thursday, May 27 until Sunday, May 29.

Performances will be held at 10am for children aged one to three, 12pm and 3pm for those aged one to five, and 5pm for those aged four to eight.

Price is £8/£6 concs per child, £2 for accompanying adults

To book call 0844 357 2625 or visit

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