Highlighting under the radar arts and culture in Birmingham, UK

Family Fun Day

Family Fun Day
Have you ever felt that there’s something missing in your life?

This Saturday, The Universal Family of Cosmic Xenogenesis invite you to Family Fun Day at the Rea Garden on Floodgate Street in Digbeth. There you can enjoy an exciting array of stalls and activities to learn more about their revolutionary way of life. You’ll be able to clean out your mind and fish for new thoughts; decorate cakes, T-shirts, balloons and your face with positive symbols. As well as all this you will be able to  get in touch with your power animal in the Robot Petting Zoo; and sample the copious free Kool-Aid.

There will also be games like Psychology Mr. Wolf and The Fear Train where you can open up your consciousness, compete for special access to the behind-the-scenes activities of the group, and join them for a shining future in The Other Place.

The event is presented by TROVE, a new arts organisation that uses Birmingham as a gallery space. It is also in association with a.a.s. art group and reflects their ongoing interest in transformation and influence.

The event is on from 1-4pm. It is open to all ages and is free.


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This entry was posted on September 7, 2009 by in Art, Performance and tagged , , .
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