Join us for online videos and activities to get creative at home.
During Mighty Mega, children can take part in storytelling, music, dance, arts, crafts and multi-sensory play. Until further notice, all activities will be digitally shared while we are unable to hold in-person sessions.
Access all online resources from current and previous terms below.
This summer, Mighty Mega will be joined by dance and performance artists Paracarnival, from Saturday 2 July to Sunday 11 September.
Artist Renata Minoldo joins Mighty Mega to explore the many creative possibilities of flowers and colours, while learning and experiencing the natural world around us.
A colourful combination of drama, storytelling and arts and crafts with theatre company Dende Collective.
Interactive sensory stories with Embracing Arts Artistic Director, Claire Sundin. Explore a different theme each week and create special, inclusive performances together using textures, puppets, music and storytelling.
Charlie-Anne (Chaz) explores music and sound creation in the Magical Musical Forest. Join in with storytelling and craft activities, learn about different instruments, create your own sound, and investigate the wonders that lie in the Forest.
Artist Hazel Brill from Together 2012! uses puppetry, animation, and arts and crafts to create imaginary worlds and characters. Inspired by Nasa’s recent expedition to Mars, Mighty Mega members created stars, planets, aliens, flying rockets and sci-fi cities using household items and basic craft materials.
From 9 January to 27 February, storyteller Paula David set out to collect stories, songs and rhymes from around the globe. Over eight weeks of digital activities, Mighty Mega joined in with folktales, origami, mask making, colouring-in and more.
During our Autumn term, the team at Handprint Theatre joined Mighty Mega for weekly imaginary adventures, exploring different environments through immersive, sensory stories and craft.
For 11 weeks, Moulded Theatre joined Mighty Mega for all kinds of bitesized games, activities and stories – all based around the theme of colour.
During the Summer, Mighty Mega members were joined by Jasmine Hall. Jasmine is a community dance artist and, every week, she shared bitesize activities, dances and challenges for Mighty Mega members to do at home with their families and friends.
Say hello to Handprint Theatre and learn about all the imaginative things they’ve been doing to keep themselves entertained at home. Then, join them for a creative adventure.
From Our Friends
Together! 2012 Youth Together! Saturday Club
Together! 2012 Youth Together! Saturday Club – Second Saturday of every month 11am-12pm by Zoom. Create art from poetry to arts and crafts, drawing to film. For Disabled young people aged 12-18. Use whatever you have, from a pen and paper to phone camera to recycled materials. First Club of the year on 12 February. To book or for more info: firstname.lastname@example.org