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Easter Holiday Activities: A Golden Age 

Monday 28 March - Friday 1 April 2016

Free


Join us this Easter for a fun-filled week of animation, decorating chocolate Fabergé eggs and a special performance from the London School of Russian Ballet. This week of ticketed workshops and drop-in sessions is inspired by our new exhibition Russia and the Arts.


Please note the 14.30 session on Wednesday 30 March will be BSL interpreted. Tickets can be reserved for BSL users by emailing jcullen@npg.org.uk.

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Sunday Sessions for Families 

Putting on the Glitz

Adventures and Inventions

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Sunday 20 March 2016

13.00 - 14.30, suitable for ages 3+

15.00 - 16.30, suitable for ages 7+

Free, no ticket required

Sunday 17 April 2016

13.00 - 14.30, suitable for ages 3+

15.00 - 16.30, suitable for ages 7+

Free, no ticket required

Drop-in to pop-up fashion photography studio and create a family portrait inspired by the glitz and glamour of Vogue 100: A Century of Style. 


Families will work with photographer Marysa Dowling and take home their own family photograph. 

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Explore and discover hidden stories of inventors and adventurers in the Collection.

From the inventor of the world wide web Tim Berners-Lee to 
Gertrude Bell, the uncrowned queen of the desert, families will uncover the lives of these interesting people.
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Family Activity Base

Visit the Family Activity Base (FAB) every weekend and every day during the Easter holidays from 11.00 16.00. 


Find out about the offer for families at the Gallery and pick up free trails including our 'Talking Heads' trail and drawing materials to explore the Collection together.

  

Free and suitable for all ages.

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