Family fun this Easter
The Anansi Spider Trial
11am, 1pm, 2pm, and 3pm on Monday 8, Wednesday 10, Saturday 13, Monday 15, Wednesday 17 and Saturday 20 April.
Anansi comes to the National Justice Museum for a Fairy Tale Trial this half term.
He’s a hungry fruit-loving spider, a cheeky character whose many stories originate in Ghana and are central to Caribbean culture and folklore.
But, did he steal the cherries and bananas?
You decide in our trial created in partnership with Museumand: the National Caribbean Heritage Museum.
FREE – drop in.
Saturday 6 April – Monday 22 April inclusive (excluding 10, 12 and 19 April)
There will also be the chance to make your own Anansi at our free craft sessions running alongside the trials.
Print Workshop – Friday 12 April 10am – 12.30pm
An invitation to make and create with artist Nisa Khan. Turn everyday materials into tools to print with. Materials are provided but feel free to bring discarded objects of your own to recycle and make your own masterpiece.
Rope Making – Friday 19 April 10am – 12.30pm
From the noose to an escape rope made from bedsheets, join artist Nadim Chaudry to explore different kinds of rope in the collection. You’re invited to make your own rope, using a variety of colourful fabrics and yarns.
As part of our paid for Museum visit you can also see the trial of Highway-woman Joan Phillips. And, discover her fate in our prison yard performance.