Friday, 15 October 2010

Halloween Fun at Greenwich Market

Halloween kicks off at Greenwich Market on Friday 29 October when the Market, decorated with pumpkins and balloons, will echo to the sound of scary music. Children aged 6 and over are invited to take part in one of the FREE Halloween Costume Workshops taking place from 11am on Friday. They can choose to make outfits including a witch, Dracula, goblin, evil fairy, good fairy and zombie. All materials will be supplied and, dressed in character, they can have their face painted for free and take part in the scary fashion show at 5pm - the best costume will win a prize! Other Halloween activities will include decorate your own trick or treat bag with Bubblelucy, scary cupcake decorating workshops with Ms Cupcake, ghostly story telling and scrummy pumpkin soup tastings.

Grown ups can take part too – on Saturday and Sunday, there will be sewing workshops for adults to make quirky contemporary Halloween style crafts including hats, fancy pants, simple bags and accessories – from 11am to 5pm and cost just £7.50 per project. Fun and easy for the beginner through to more advanced for the practised. Machinery and fabrics will all be supplied – just turn up and get crafty with Miss Libby Rose.

All children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

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