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How to Draw Stuff with Calvin Innes

Family Event
Wed 18th August 2021 to Thu 19th August 2021
Live On The Lawn, Burton Constable Hall & Grounds, Hull, East Yorkshire
From £3

We can't wait to welcome professional cartoonist and illustrator, Calvin Innes, to our North Garden.

Calvin will be hosting live, interactive drawing sessions which are great fun for kids of all ages (big kids welcome, too!) Calvin has created thousands of illustrations for cartoons, comics, children's books, advertising, toys, games, animations and everything in between.

With over twenty years of experience, we're sure that Calvin's session will be an enchanting and exciting experience!'

Your ticket will include a drawing pad and pencil, as well as entry into the Grounds, so you can spend the whole day at Burton Constable enjoying the various walks and trails around the parkland. 

Event Information:

Date - 18th & 19th August

Time - Show times - 12 & 2pm. Hall & Grounds open 10am-5pm

Parking - Main car park (free). Disabled parking/drop-off available. 

Toilets - Facilities on site. 

This is an outdoor production, as part of Live on the Lawn, so please bring your own chair or blanket to sit on, a picnic to dig into, and dress for the weather!  In severe weather circumstances, we do have a contingency to move indoors.  

Stables Kitchen will be offering catering in the form of food and drinks. Alcohol will be available to purchase but you must not bring your own alcohol onto our premises. 

No refunds will be issued unless severe weather conditions threaten the health & safety of our staff, performers and visitors. Refunds will be issued if the performance is cancelled for other issues. 

Covid-19 guidelines may still apply. 

Please, read all of the information provided carefully, before choosing to book.

Contact Information:


T. 01964 508163

All other information: Live On The Lawn

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