Zine-making workshop for families (Heritage Open Day)
Cut, stick and create your own zine at this family-friendly workshop, led by Norwich Millennium Zine Library.
Zines are a self-published work, created not with the intention of profit but to share your thoughts, feelings, creativity, experience and/or knowledge. They can take any form and often involve a variety of creative practices including writing, drawing and collage.
Using local history and Dragon Hall as inspiration, this session will encourage young participants to creatively respond to the building around them and make their own paper zine using a variety of craft materials.
Limited spaces available, please book a place for your child in advance. Recommended ages 7+ but younger participants are welcome with an accompanying adult.
Dragon Hall is fully accessible with lifts, ramps and places to store buggies. Read more here →
We want to make the day as inclusive as possible — if you or your child has specific needs, please do get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Heritage Open Day at Dragon Hall
This workshop is part of our Heritage Open Day at Dragon Hall. Drop into Dragon Hall on King Street and discover the colourful history of this magnificent Grade I-listed medieval merchant’s hall as well as the work of its present custodians, the National Centre for Writing.
Explore the spandrels and undercroft of one of the city’s most unique and beautiful buildings, and chat with NCW staff and Dragon Hall Heritage Volunteers. Enjoy pop-up readings led by National Centre for Writing communities and a special performance by the North Walsham Writers’ Group. Read more here →