EVENTS

Exhibitions at the Old Parcels Office ArtSpace

people creating artwork
Photography exhibition
Old Parcels Office plans

Date

7 November – 2 December 2021

Grue: Community Build days

A new magical alternative Christmas adventure.

Grue; A new magical alternative Christmas adventure is coming to the Old Parcels Office in Scarborough this December. Grue takes its name from an historic word for snow or shiver, and is a festive walk-through experience taking families on a journey through forest, town, sea and sky – And we need volunteers to help us build!

Community members can get involved in the project by attending building session – a creative, relaxed and fun workshop. You will get to create and build cardboard houses, trees and walls which will all become part of Grue. Templates and advice will be provided by world class artist Steve Wintercroft, so no experience is necessary.

​Sunday 7th November, 10am – 12 and 1pm – 4pm

Thursday 11th November, 2pm – 6pm

Sunday 14th November, 10am – 12 and 1pm – 4pm

Sunday 21st November, 10am – 12 and 1pm – 4pm

Thursday 25th November, 2pm – 6pm

Saturday 27th November, 10am – 12 and 1pm – 4pm

Sunday 28th November, 10am – 12 and 1pm – 4pm

Thursday 2nd December, 2pm – 6pm

​Drop in – no need to book, but arriving at the start of the session is helpful

We will provide scissors, gloves and cardboard on site, but if you have your own, feel free to bring those too.

The build days are suitable for the whole family, however those aged 12 and under will need to be supervised by a parent/guardian.

Wear layers just in case, and if you’ve got them, bring a water bottle and/or reusable coffee cup and we will fill them for you!

The venue is wheelchair accessible and there is also an accessible toilet.

Please email us if you have any access requirements you would like us to support at [email protected]

Venue:
Oldparcels Office Artspace
All ages. U13 must be accompanied
 
 
GRUE
By Wintercroft
Produced by ARCADE
Commissioned by the Old Parcels Office Arts Centre, Scarborough
Supported by Yorkshire Coast BID