Norwich City Council have organised a whole host of free activities for kids during the summer holidays. This solves what to do with kids during the summer holidays in Norwich.
Free outdoor play days
Kids will be treated to all sorts of fun during these play days including:
- Punch and Judy
- hunting for treasure
- giant games
- sports days
- face painting
- flag making
- circus skills
All sessions are between 11am to 2pm
Monday 28 July - Mousehold Heath – Fountain Ground
Tuesday 29 July – Frere Road Community Centre
Wednesday 30 July - Three Score Play Area
Thursday 31 July – Harford Community Centre
Monday 4 August - St Clements Park
Tuesday 5 August - Mile Cross Gardens
Wednesday 6 August – Chapel Break Village Green
Thursday 7 August - Ives Road Play Area
Monday 11 August – Piling Park
Tuesday 12 August - Jenny Lind
Wednesday 13 August - Borrowdale Drive Play Area
Thursday 14 August – Peterson Road
Monday 18 August - Sewell Park
Tuesday 19 August – Ketts Cave
Wednesday 20 August – Jubilee Park
Thursday 21 August – Henderson Community Park
Monday 25 August - Pointers Field
Tuesday 26 August - Clover Hill Village Green
Wednesday 27 August – Heigham Park
Thursday 28 August - Wensum Park
Free outdoor theatre
Fun for children during the summer holidays in Norwich’s green spaces.
Pendle Productions – Alice in Wonderland
Friday 1 August, 3pm, Waterloo Park
Join Alive at the Mad Hatter’s tea party and find out the real reasonwhy nobody does the washging up.
Magic Carpet Theatre – Mr Albert’s Big Finish
Friday 8 August, 3pm, Waterloo Park
Charlie the Caretaker wants to save Mr Albert’s Theatre by putting on a variety show with the fastest magic tricks in the world.
Dizzy O Dare – The Wonderful World of Mr E
Friday 15 August, 3pm, Waterloo Park
Mr E and his two assistants will take the entire audience on an adventure into imagination itself!
Inspirational Science Theatre Company – Circus Science Show
Friday 22 August, 3pm, Waterloo Park
Explore the science behind the thrills and spills of circus. Why do jugglers love gravity and why must unicyclists keep moving to stay balanced?
Bzents – Richard III
Friday 29 August, 3pm, Waterloo Park
Dastardly Dick or Righteous Richard – was he a goodie or a baddie? Full of epic battles, brillant costumes and audience participation.
Stories for Summer – The Yarnsmith of Norwich and Tilly the Talespinner
3, 10, 17, 24 and 31 August, 11am, Heigham Park
Relax and feast your ears on silly stories and riddles from long, long ago.