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The Prince of Pants

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Saturday 24 September, 12 - 1pm

Sarah McIntyre and Alan MacDonald present you with their brand new fluro-tastic picture book, The Prince of Pants:
It's Prince Pip's birthday, and he can't wait to choose a pair of pants to wear on his special day. But when he goes to his pants drawer, it's empty! Where have all his pants gone? Could it be that the palace has planned a very special, pants-tastic surprise party?
Get children excited about reading and drawing this September with a pants-tastic royal event with Sarah McIntyre and Alan MacDonald!
Read and draw along with this fantastic picture book duo.
Free for children, who must be accompanied by an adult.
£5 for each adult (includes admission to the museum, at a discounted rate). 
Register for entry here.
Suitable for ages 3 – 6

Feedback on previous workshops: 

"Just to say thank you to the cartoon museum and Steve for such a great day yesterday.  My son clearly had an excellent time and came away having learnt new skills and generally had fun too.  Many many thanks!" (Ros H., Parent)

"This was a fab workshop and I highly recommend it to people who like drawing"

"It was very good and I would come again" (Comic Masterclass, Age 14)
"It was a great workshop, I wish I could come again." (Manga workshop, Age 10)
"LET ME DO MORE!" (Claymation, Age 10)
"I would like to say that I love the Cartoon Museum! The teacher is awesome, the Cartoon Museum is the best! :-)" (Manga and Anime Animals, Age 9)
"I would like to say that I thoroughly enjoyed myself and that it made my day."