Friday 11 May marks one year since Storyhouse officially opened its doors!
Since then, over one million of you have visited Storyhouse: theatre and cinema audiences, library users, coffee drinkers, festival goers, group attendees, activity partakers, studiers, readers, conversers and much, much more.
We opened Storyhouse with a message: #ThisHouseIsYourHouse, and you have truly made it so.
You are invited to celebrate with Storyhouse! We’ll have cake, balloons and party hats in the building, as well as a day of storytelling, singing and celebration, rounded off by a performance of Made By Storyhouse’s A Little Night Music.
Friday 11 May – Storyhouse’s First Birthday
10am – 10.45am: St Werburgh’s School Choir performance (The Kitchen)
10.15am – 10.45am: Baby Rhyme Time (Storytelling Room)
11.15am – 11.45am: Baby Rhyme Time (Storytelling Room)
12am – 12.30am: Chester Ukes performance (The Kitchen)
12.35am – 1pm: Chester Ukes performance (The Kitchen)
1pm – 1.30pm: Queen’s Young Voices (The Kitchen)
3:30pm – 5pm: Art Spark Family Art Club (The Kitchen)
4.30pm – 5.15pm: Lucy Bradburn acoustic set (The Kitchen)
5.30pm – 6.15pm: George Williams acoustic set (The Kitchen)
6.30pm – 7.15pm: Fusion Choir performance (The Kitchen)
7.30pm – 10.20pm: A Little Night Music (Storyhouse Stage)
All day: visit the Story Station and write down your favourite memory, event or Storyhouse that’s happened at Storyhouse.
PLUS as a birthday gift from us to you, we’re hiding 2 tickets to each #MadeByStoryhouse show around the building. Good luck!
Read more about Storyhouse’s one million visits here!