The travelling story circus is in town for the Easter holidays, bringing workshops, art, pop-up events and stories for families. Pitching camp at the Saatchi, it offers kids opportunities to make mythological puppet people (Tuesday April 8), invent new animals (Sunday April 13), create a comic book (Tuesday April 15), unleash their inner rapper (Thursday April 17) or turn trash into treasures (Sunday April 27). Over the Easter weekend (April 18, 19 and 21) they can drop in to Eggistentialism for spring-themed activities and tours all day long. Some workshops must be booked online in advance, check the website for full details.
Storystock have also created an Anti-Guide (£4), a reinvention of the traditional gallery audio guide for the Saatchi’s current exhibition ‘Pangea: New Art From Africa and Latin America’. There are different versions for kids aged four-plus, seven-plus and nine-plus. The Anti-Guide is available for the duration of the exhibition (until Sunday August 31).