This half term Bradford libraries are offering free interactive drama sessions for children.
The sessions will be led by Pyjama Drama, a local drama franchise, and will be for children aged three to six-years-old. They will focus on drama with singing, counting, games and lots of imaginative activities. Booking is essential.
The sessions will promote the library services’ Count Me In Bags, which are story sacks with an emphasis on numbers, available to borrow on an adult ticket.
Pretend toothbrushing will also form part of the action as the story sack that Pyjama Drama are promoting is Wobble Bear Says Yellow by Iain Whybrow and Caroline Jayne Church, a story about bedtime routine.
The Pyjama Drama sessions take place at the following libraries. Booking is essential. Check out the website www.bradford.gov.uk/libraries for contact details.
Monday 18th February
Eccleshill Library 10am
City Library 1pm
Clayton Library 3pm
Tuesday 19th February
Bingley Library 10am
Manningham Library 11.45am
Shipley Library 2pm
Friday 22nd February
Ilkley Library 10am
Baildon Library 1pm
Keighley Library 3pm
The following sessions will also take place – there’s no need to book:
Manningham Library – 18 February 2019 10.30am – Oliver’s Vegetables
Heaton Hub Library – 19 February 2019 2pm – One Little Duck
Laisterdyke Library – 21 February 2019 3pm – One Little Duck
Silsden Library – 6 March 2019 1.30pm – Wobble Bear Says Yellow