Cambridge Edition February 2019

FAMI LY DAYS OUT Family Days Out

HANSEL AND GRETEL An updated version of the classic Grimm ’ s fairy tale Hansel and Gretel , fromUchenna Dance, finds two young people lost in a big city, overwhelmed by the sights and sounds. Expect to groove in your seat to house beats mixed with African and contemporary dance, as you are transported to a different world while the duo try to find their way back to their family. Catch Hansel and Gretel at the Junction on 10 February, with tickets £10 adults, £6 children, group tickets available.

Inspire your kids in the kitchen with mouthwatering classes at Cambridge Cookery, from 19 to 22 February. Some classes are for parents and children together, with curries on the 19th and all things pizza and pasta on the 21st – morning and afternoon classes available. A kitchen confidential class for teenagers is on the 20th, designed to be motivational, whether your teen experiments in the kitchen or shows little interest. On the 22nd try Terrific Tray Bakes, with a suggested age range of 12 years up. CAMBR IDGE COOKERY CL ASSES


CRAZY CONE CAPERS The Botanic Garden needs young secret agents! A self-guided family trail gives children the chance to enjoy Crazy Cone Caper: seeds are going missing, but who is taking them? Collect a free trail booklet from the ticket office and discover cool facts along the way. Successful agents can collect a prize, and the trail runs until 1 April.

Being the butler of a country house is no easy job: do you have what it takes? All ages can learn the tricks of the trade, but make sure your shoes are polished and you stand up straight! Learn everything from dressing a table to folding a napkin at Audley End House during half term, from 18 to 22 February, 11am to 4pm. Tickets will be available to buy on the day, but free for English Heritage members.


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