This film was last shown on 14 June 2014
Based on Maurice Sendak’s classic picture book and scored by the magnificent Karen O, Where the Wild Things Are takes Max on a journey across the sea to the land of the Wild Things, a wondrous realm of giant fuzzy monsters. Will he find his way home into his very own room and find his supper waiting still hot? One of the most beloved children’s stories of all time, this film brings Sendak’s magical pictures very much to life. Let the Wild Rumpus Start!!!
Watch the film and take part in a magical musical workshop with lunch thrown in.Explore sounds, make musical instruments, play together in a Wild Rumpus for real!
Led by Sheffield based musician, Laura Hegarty.
£8 for under 15’s (includes activity, packed lunch and 1pm movie)£4 for accompanying adults to watch the film.
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