From 18 November, Orleans House Gallery will transform into an extraordinary playground, filled with swathes of organza, dozens of multi-coloured objects and an assortment of masks and costumes.
Play Works is a hands-on experience celebrating the endless possibilities of play that has been created by Turner Prize winning art and architecture collective Assemble and Assemble Play.
Come along to the launch weekend, taking place on 18 and 19 November. Play Works is free and suitable for children of all ages. Join in the adventure on Tuesdays to Sundays, from 10am to 5pm.
Objects from the Richmond Borough Art Collection will also be on show, curated and reimagined by local school children. There will also be screenings of The Voice of Children, an on-going research project exploring play in cities around the world.
The Stables Café will be open, serving delicious drinks and snacks.
If your children still have energy left over, don’t forget that they can run around in our gardens or woods.
Find out more information about Play Works.