The centre will become a fabulous playground for children of all ages for the occasion, with activities and performances tailored to their interests and coaching them in how to solve problems. 

Arts, crafts and other creative endeavours will be the order of the day at nine different stations, including building robots and sculptures. 

Stage plays, music, mime and other activities fill out the roster.

On the Main Stage on Floor 1 at 10.45am, it’s “Curtain Up” for an introduction to the morning activities planned, a show by the young instrumentalists of Hibiki Music Studio, a play put on by Yellow Fox Theatre and games with prizes. 

At 1.30pm, students of Silpakorn University’s Faculty of Music will present a recital of classical airs, the Batt Magic Show will have some surprises, and there’ll be more games.

At 4pm it’s “Banana the Musical”, the folk play “GratuaTaeng Suer” by the Wat Singha Troupe, and still more games, plus a show by Babymime.

The activity stations include Sand in Colours in front of the centre, robot construction in the lobby, a meteor shower being painted on the thirdfloor Curving Mural and sculpting your own name on the fourthfloor Curving Mural.

In the same spot, kids can learn how to make and control their own spinning top, while the fifthfloor Glass Mural

will have faces being painted up like superheroes and cartoon characters and the art of making paper rockets.

In the fifthfloor auditorium, the kids can watch inspirational animations, and in the main exhibition gallery on the eighth floor they can create collages using photos from the “Poetry of Light” exhibition of pictures taken by Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn. 

Find out more at (02) 214 66308, extension 519, or emailing [email protected]

News Reporter

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