Par­ty­ing Hogwarts-style

Airdrie & Coatbridge Advertiser - - News -

Hogwarts came to Air­drie as young­sters at­tend­ing Make and Cre­ate Arts en­joyed five days of Harry Pot­ter-themed ac­tiv­i­ties.

They were sorted into Hogwarts houses, made wands, dec­o­rated Hal­loween pump­kins and took part in spooky drama work­shops over five days at New Well­wynd Church.

It was run by Make and Cre­ate founder and art tu­tor Han­nah Malone and drama coach John Crossan, who ran the Hal­loween at Hogwarts ad­ven­ture days dur­ing the school hol­i­day week.

Han­nah told the Ad­ver­tiser:“Ev­ery­one had a great time – the kids loved the Harry Pot­ter theme and lots of them came dressed up.

“We run themed art and drama ad­ven­ture days on school hol­i­days and in-ser­vice days; they’re al­ways so much fun and get­ting to do a whole week of Harry Pot­ter and Hal­loween ac­tiv­i­ties was just great!”

The group’s next ad­ven­ture day will take place on Mon­day, Novem­ber 20 and will have a win­ter wonderland theme.

For more in­for­ma­tion on its weekly art, drama and film mak­ing classes, visit www.make­and­cre­atearts.co.uk or, al­ter­na­tively, con­tact Han­nah on 07762 441975.

Arts and crafts Had a Harry Pot­ter theme, above and be­low

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