Half Term Family Fun at the Citadel

October Half Term is just around the corner, so if you’re looking for ways to keep the whole family entertained, don’t worry because the Citadel’s got it covered.

With an interactive, scientific adventure and a family music gig that brings tunes from both sides of the Atlantic we’ve definitively got something to keep everyone happy.

Tickets for both shows are £7 adults / £5 kids

The Astonishing Vacuum Cleaner Adventure 

In a dark corner, there’s a machine.

It’s old and dusty, full of mysterious tubes.

We don’t know who made it.
We don’t know what it’s for.
It could be dangerous.
But we know we need to do something.

Hetty needs our help…

This brand new interactive show aims to inspire the next generation of problem-solvers, creative thinkers, engineers and scientists. In this show you won’t be sitting in the dark watching a play: you’ll be at the centre of the action.

‘really brilliant children’s theatre’ – Exeunt Magazine

I didn’t like it, I LOVED it’ – Ayesha, aged 9

Sunday 21st October – 2.30pm BOOK NOW

Monday 22nd October – 10.30am BOOK NOW

Monday 22nd October – 1.30pm BOOK NOW

Songs Across the Pond

Songs Across The Pond is a brand new musical show for families and children. Singer songwriter David Gibb has teamed up with 3 time Grammy nominee (best children’s album) Brady Rymer who will be joining him all the way from the USA!

Both musicians have a talent for writing brilliant, engaging and tuneful songs that the whole family can enjoy together. This latest venture showcases some of the best family music that the USA and the UK have to offer.

Families will be introduced to a wide range of musical instruments and genres, and with plenty of chances to join in and singalong, this is a show that will have the whole family up and dancing in no time!

“Lest anyone think this is musical Pablum, think again. Brady Rymer’s music has a rock ‘n roll heart.”
Washington Post

“Prepare to be carried away with the music…David Gibb’s show is packed full of catchy, toe tapping numbers.”
The Guardian.

Sunday 28th October – 2.30pm BOOK NOW