Tags: Spark Festival
Posted: Fri, 10 Apr 2015 14:59
Many thanks to everyone who came to visit us and the Wild Things at the Highcross last week, we had a rumpus of a time! We loved meeting new and familiar faces, painting faces, and introducing you to Bamboozle's wild furry faces!
We handed out hundreds of brochures, so we look forward to seeing you all at the festival this Summer!
Posted: Fri, 10 Apr 2015 14:17
The fantastic folk at Mellor Primary School dressed up as their favourite heroes for this year's 'Hero Day' and raised a whopping £370! We took a trip down to see them in their costumes, it was quite super!
You truly are our heroes - thank you!
Posted: Wed, 25 Mar 2015 15:31
We have a great opportunity to do more of what we do best - but we need your help. Arts Council England has offered us a matching opportunity so that every £1.50 you donate is matched by £1. BUT time is running out – this offer from the Arts Council runs out in April. Please help us to unlock for than £20,000 of match funding by donating today.
Posted: Wed, 03 Sep 2014 10:50
This year The Spark Arts for Children celebrates thirteen years of success with an altogether different kind of challenge. Team Spark will be running one mile for every festival, and will be taking on the Leicester Half Marathon on Sunday 26 October, 2014. Are you a keen runner who can loan your legs to make a difference to the lives of children here in Leicester? If so Team Spark needs your help.
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.
Posted: Wed, 02 Jul 2014 11:16
In response to the Arts Council England's portfolio funding announcement today, The Spark Arts for Children is delighted to announce that it will continue to be part of the Arts Council's portfolio for the next three years. The Spark became a national portfolio organisation when the programme started in 2012, and during this time has extended it's provision beyond the annual Spark Festival to delivering arts and education work for children and young people in Leicester all-year round.