Mighty Mega is Discover’s FREE club for disabled children, their families or carers.
No session on 19 October
For disabled children aged 5-11 and their families or carers.
During Mighty Mega children can take part in storytelling, music, dance, arts, crafts and multi-sensory play.
From 10-11am Mighty Mega members have exclusive use of Discover’s exciting, immersive First Floor Story World. From 11am-12pm, families can take part in artist-led workshops – see below for more information on this term’s sessions and guest artists.
- Booking is essential for these sessions as places are limited.
- Members are welcome to stay and play at Discover after the club ends.
- Regular attendance to Mighty Mega sessions is recommended.
- You can book each session 7 days in advance.
Call 020 8536 5555 or email email@example.com to find out about becoming a Mighty Mega member and book your free space.
Autumn Term 2019
Each week FEEL Theatre will run inclusive circus workshops, learning skills such as juggling, hula hooping and poi. Over the course of the 12 weeks, we will also make our very own circus equipment with some fun sensory arts and crafts.
“At Mighty Mega I can completely relax, as can my daughter. It is a wonderful place where she can simply be herself, and I don't have to worry about explaining her to staff and other parents. This place has made a huge difference to our overall sense of family wellbeing.” Mighty Mega parent
“Mighty Mega has revolutionised our weekends!” Mighty Mega parent
“Discover is a meeting place to meet children and other family members under the same circumstances and take advantage of the free activities locally. Mighty Mega has made a huge impact on our family and child’s life.” Mighty Mega parent
“She really enjoys the arts and crafts sessions and they have given us ideas as to things that we can do at home. I have problems coming up with new ideas!” Mighty Mega parent
“My daughter doesn't like to let go of me when outside of the house... [At Discover] she feels safe and knows all of the story builders. She actively wants to be doing things on her own. This has made a big difference to her confidence.” Mighty Mega parent