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The Great British Creative Challenge SOLD OUT

Saturday 9 April 2016

1 Hour


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Four authors explain how they unlock their creativity and spark their imagination. What did they create when they were young? And why do they believe everyone should have more free time in their lives to explore, invent and dream?

With the help of the audience, the panel will create models and artwork live on stage, and every audience member will get a free creative pack to take home afterwards to invent their own creations.

‘Every child is an artist, the problem is staying an artist when you grow up’ Pablo Picasso

Jonathan Stroud is the founder of the creativity campaign, Freedom to Think. He is author of the Lockwood & Co series and the Bartimaeus Sequence. Chris Riddell is the Children’s Laureate and author of the Costa Book Award-winning Goth Girl. Abi Elphinstone is author of fantasy adventure novels The Dreamsnatcher and The Shadow Keeper, and Alex Wheatle is author of Brixton Rock, The Dirty South and Brenton Brown.

Age 8+