FEBRUARY – Saturday 2nd 3pm (free craft 2pm) £5 |£4*


In 1980s England, schoolboys Will Proudfoot and Lee Carter meet by chance in a hallway. though the boys are polar opposites, Lee asks Will to help him make a homemade action movie, inspired by Sylvester Stallone’s hit, “Rambow: First Blood” Will, who lives in a strict religious environmental, is only too happy to oblige his new friend.

Dir Garth Jennings | 2007 | 1hr 36 mins

Part of the Rossendale Film Festival






FEBRUARY – Sunday 3rd 3pm (free craft 2pm) £5 |£4*


Ferdinand is a giant bull with a big heart. He is mistaken for a dangerous beast and is captured and torn from his home and family. Determined to return to his family, he rallies a misfit team for the ultimate adventure. Set in Spain, Ferdinand proves you can’t judge a bull by its cover.

Dir Carlos Saldanha | 2017 | 1hr 48 mins

Tickets £5 | £4*

Rossendale Film Festival






FEBRUARY – Sunday 10th, 3pm. Free craft from 2pm £8 |£6* (Door £10 | £8*)

THE GOLDEN PRINCESS – The Lempen Puppet Theatre

In the Kingdom of Rumours lives Princess Suzanna the Golden. She is rich and famous but not happy. But why is she so sad? And what in the world will make her happy? Only Melo, the unusual musician, has the gift to help her. A theatrical performance using acting, puppets, shadows and music for everyone from 5 years old to 105 years young!

For ages 5+

Duration 55 minutes

Free craft from 2pm





FEBRUARY – Monday 18th – Tuesday 19th 10am – 2pm DROP IN

£5 per day

Academy of Fun!

Academy of Fun are returning to The Boo in February half term for two days of adventures!

Superhero Adventure, Kitchen Capers (including a free ticket to The Chef’s Apprentice), Lego challenge, Detective day and Crazy sports.



Ages: for primary age children

For more details and to book visit academyoffun.org or call 07495 780565






FEBRUARY – Tuesday 18th 2pm Free craft 1pm £4 | Family ticket £10



Stripey Honey… is very yummy! Is a touching and funny story of how tigers, bees and honey collectors learn to live together. Mashi brings a new play to young audiences of adventure and fun with music by award-winning composer Arun Ghosh, song, dance and puppetry, exploring the lives of some of our most precious but endangered species.

Co-programmed by Spot On Lancashire this event takes place at Accrington Library

For ages: 5+

Duration 60 minutes

Free craft from 1pm




FEBRUARY – Tuesday 19th 3pm Free craft 2pm : £8 | £6* (Door £10 | £8*)


The Chef’s new apprentice has some great food ideas but he also manages to cause chaos when left to prepare the kitchen for the chef’s masterpiece. Will he be able to tidy up in time ready to make delicious shakes and smoothies to impress the boss? Expect live food tasting and a lot of audience involvement on this frantic food adventure!

For ages 6+

Duration 45 minutes

Free craft from 2pm






FEBRUARY – Tuesday 19th 4pm – 6pm (drop in)


Join us for our Arts Award open evening where you will find out all about Arts Award,a unique set of qualifications open to any one ages 5 to 25 years. If you love art then Arts Award could be for you! You will also be able to sign up to our new courses which we will be starting after Easter where you can gain a Explore, Bronze or Silver Arts Award

For ages 5 – 25



FEBRUARY – Sunday 24th 11am and 3pm. Free craft 10am – 11am and 2pm – 3pm £8 |£6* | £4** (Door £10 | £8*| £6** )

Land of Nod – Byteback Theatre

The day is almost done. It is time for Nod to tidy up and go to bed. But Nod doesn’t want to tidy his toys… he wants to go on adventures!

Join Nod on his magical journey where his imagination can take him anywhere… deep into the beautiful sea of dew where the colourful fish live or up high into the night sky to play amongst the stars. A beautiful sensory storytelling show exploring the magic of bedtime and the beauty of children’s imagination.

For ages 0 – 5 years

Duration 35 minutes + Creative Play

Free craft from 10am – 11am + 2pm – 3pm