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The Spark Arts for Children present free family fun as the End of the Pier Delights returns at Leicester’s City Festival

The Spark Arts for Children present free family fun as the End of the Pier Delights returns at Leicester’s City Festival

Posted: Mon, 04 Aug 2014 13:16

End of the Pier Delights returns to Orton Square this August, bringing good old fashioned family fun to the City Festival. With free performances, games, and a giant sandpit, families will be spoilt for choice by what's on offer on Friday 22 and Saturday 23 August.

Tags: City Festival 2014, Spark, Spark Festival, Spark Arts for Children, Play-ground, FREE activities, families, children, Leicester, Leicester City Festival, Orton Square

The Spark celebrates Diamond Pork Pie anniversary with Leicester libraries

The Spark celebrates Diamond Pork Pie anniversary with Leicester libraries

Posted: Wed, 30 Jul 2014 10:47

Over the last few years there has been a lot to celebrate about Leicester's rich history and heritage, and now The Spark Arts for Children is looking for residents of Leicester to help bring some more local history to life.

Tags: Imaginative Spaces, Leicester Libraries, Pork Pie Library, Southfields Library, Leicester, History, Heritage, Spark Arts for Children, 75th anniversary, memories

The Spark Arts for Children to work in an exciting new arena with ambitious POP UP PLAY project

The Spark Arts for Children to work in an exciting new arena with ambitious POP UP PLAY project

Posted: Tue, 13 May 2014 13:22

The Spark Arts for Children is delighted to announce an exciting new project, which it is running in partnership with De Montfort University and Digital Artist Luke Woodbury. They have been awarded £103,651 in funding from the Digital R&D Fund for the Arts to develop an innovative new project called Pop Up Play exploring how digital technology can be used to engage children in learning.

Tags: Spark Arts for Children, NESTA, DMU, Look Woodbury, Mellor Primary School, Digital Immersive Technology

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