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Rhubarb Theatre - supporting through COVID19

30 April 2020

Rhubarb Theatre is a registered charity dedicated to providing children and their families the opportunity to learn and play through access to arts. As a children’s theatre company, Rhubarb Theatre are usually out and about telling stories. 

Due to Covid19 the company can’t go into schools, book shops, libraries, farms, art centres and the whole myriad of places they usually go.

‘We’ve been doing on-line storytelling, says Kirsty Mead. Rhubarb Theatre. It’s not foodbanks, it’s not helping people sleeping rough… but it’s a little light relief, a bit of family fun to get your littlies to use their imaginations and develop a love of stories.

‘Lil' PACS is Lincoln Performing Arts Centre's creative play session for Under 5s, which is usually held weekly for FREE in our cafe bar on Fridays, 10am-11.30am, with activities ranging from storytelling, dance, music, arts and crafts. Now, due to the pandemic, we are hosting these online.

For more information, please contact: Kirsty Mead. Rhubarb Theatre

7 Queensway, Leadenham, Lincoln, LN5 0PF

Tel 01400 275133

Mob 07966 549738

[email protected]

twitter: @rhubarbtheatre


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1,310 tickets of our 5,835 ticket goal