Easy Saturday family day
14, October 2017

Family fun, art and food, 12-4pm

2nd Saturday of every month LCB brings you EASY SATURDAY

A Family day, with

* Music from Bambino Disco

* Urban play with Lisa

* Pizza Party! £5- Design your own pizza for lunch and GRAYS Coffee Shop & Kitchen will cook it for you! YUM! Don't fancy pizza their other options'll sort you out

* Lightbox exhibition It's About Time from Lionel T Dean with Scan & Tell : bring along your favourite objects, Lionel will 3D scan them and combine them into a sculpture!

* “I am Leicester” Workshop from The Spark Arts for Children. Explore old maps of Leicester. Discover places, streets and parks you didn’t knew before or find familiar places.  Find your inspiration and make your unique collage.  Using combination of maps, paper and colour we will be creating collage to take home.

Plus!  Podcast Brunch Club 12-2pm

Like a book club, but with podcasts! Sign up online to be sent this month's listens - discover new pods and share your favourites!


AND! see amazing giant wall art by international street artists WON ABC and MONO in our courtyard, and by SMUG on our Rutland Street front facade - a legacy of the Bring The Paint street art festival held in the cultural quarter in late May 2017.



Head to CURVE theatre, Leicester for their Diwali Family event! Lots of amazing free activities to get involved with! Find out more here: https://www.facebook.com/events/151553888764837

NCP parking on Halford Street is £5 for all day parking- get your ticket stamped at Grays

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In between activities? Try our LCB Depot Easy Saturday Quiz!

In what year did LCB Depot open? (see the blue City Bus Depot Story of Leicester info panel across the road in Rutland Street, outside Bar Manhattan)

How many Rubens wall tiles can you spot in our courtyard?

How many fig trees are growing there?

How DO you pronounce our French table tennis table brand name?

How many round holes are in the poo-coloured wall behind the back window breakfast bar in our cafe?

What are those black wax things poking out of the rough concrete pillar just inside the door to our Lightbox gallery space?

What's in the jacket breast pocket of the giant man painted on the front of our building?

What are the colours of the metal cafe chairs in our courtyard?

How many flying hearts are on the huge turquoise painting above the bike shelter?

What's the giant lady cook cutting into with a butter knife on the big wall painting?

In what year did Wayne Mitchelson paint the long mural above and behind the cafe counter?

What does the lit-up orange wall in the cafe-bar remind you of?

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