Last event: Sunday 24 September 2017 at 10am
10.30am – 11.15am – Lyndsey Hookway ( IBCLC, Paediatric Nurse/ Health Visitor, Sleep Consultant)
A talk about preventing infant sleep problems, and tear-free ways to shape positive sleep habits then Q&A
11.30am-12.15pm – Shel Banks (IBCLC, Infant Feeding Coordinator)
A talk about colic, reflux and milk intolerances then Q&A
12.30pm – 1.15pm – Jenny Clarke (Midwife)
A talk about the benefits of skin to skin contact for the newborn and the mother then Q&A
1.30pm – 2pm – Broadway Babies
A fun performance from vocal group Broadway Babies!
2.30pm – 3pm – Rehana Jawadwala from MummyYoga
The unwritten diaries: the journey of a tandem feeding mum
No booking required, just turn up!
10am- 2pm – Splat Messy Play
10.30am – Baby Ballet
11.30am – Hello Music
12.30pm – Tots Love Music
1.30pm – Coffeetots
10 – 2pm – Pram Talks – an interactive audio performance
Each performance lasts 45 minutes.
Created by All Things Considered Theatre Company, Pram Talks is an interactive audio performance for two parents at a time. Parents from across the Northwest have shared with us their stories about the highs and the lows of parenthood. Come and eavesdrop on their conversations as they discuss such things as: Romance after a baby, breastfeeding in public, traumatic births, what they are really thinking during the 3am feed and Post Natal Depression.
Pram Talks invites you to reflect on your own story and to start conversation with the person sitting next to you; by asking the questions you may not thought of asking.
This is a performance for two people at a time. Small babies in prams are also welcome!
You can come with a friend, a partner or a relative or on your own and we will pair you up with another parent.
The performance will involve walking a short distance but you will be guided throughout.
Garret Bar and Theatre
Market Place 10 -2pm
Food and Drink at Storyhouse
The Garret Bar will be open all day for drinks, cakes and pastries
The Kitchen will be open all day. To book a table click here.
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