25 May - 2 June 2019
Free family fun this half-term
The Anansi Spider Trial
11am, 1pm, 2pm, and 3pm on Monday 27 May, Wednesday 29 May, Saturday 1 June
Anansi comes to the National Justice Museum for a Fairy Tale Trial this May 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.
Friday 31 May – Identity portraits, from 10am-12.30pm
How do you see yourself? Explore how you show yourself to the world, by creating your own collage identity portraits. All ages welcome.
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.