Why not have an ARTBASH bash tor party to celebrate a birthday or special occasion!
No more kids running around madly in your house and no need for party bags because they will take home their works of art.
From our studio, we will run a two-hour art workshop. Workshops are age-appropriate suitable for ages 5 – 14 years. We can accommodate up to 18 children.
We offer ARTBASH bashes Saturdays 10am – 12pm or 2pm – 4 pm.
The ARTBASH bash can be held at our studio
ARTBASH & be Ltd
The Round Chaple Old School Rooms
2 Powerscroft Rd, Lower Clapton
London, E5 0LY.
Wining workshops are:
- Magical Clay heads / Crazy Animals
- Wooden spoon characters, Surprising sock toys,
- Themed puppets (card) i.e. Unicorns or Reptiles
- Printed customised T-shirts
We can adapt the theme’s and workshops to suit your children’s interests.
Up to 10 children = £200
Each child thereafter is charged at £12 per child.
We can accommodate up to 18 children.
Costs include the uses of our lovely studio.
Please make final confirmation of numbers taking part 2 days prior to the workshop. We require a £50 deposit to secure the date.
Party food is not suitable in the studio however, feel free to bring a cake and drinks to be enjoyed at the end of the workshop.
There are some great eating places on Lower Clapton and Chatsworth Rd, fantastic for families that we would be happy to recommend.
“My ARTBASH party was the best as we made clay heads. Linda brought the clay and loads of cool things that we could use to decorate our heads. I made Messy Mummy and my brother made Dozy Daddy. Some of my friends put nails and safety pins on their monster clay heads but there were lots of princesses too. My mum thought it was great too as all my friends loved the activity and she did not have to do party bags as everyone took their clay heads home with them.”
“Just wanted to say thank you for the fantastic session last Saturday. Becky and Lily were great and the children really enjoyed themselves. We overhead some kids saying ‘ this is the best birthday party ever!’. Well done!”