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02 May 2013

Land of Kids set to rock Dalston this Bank Holiday

LAND of Kids – a one-day family festival – is set to bring fun and creativity for under 12s to various venues in Dalston on Bank Holiday Monday.

Curious kids can get their juices flowing and take part in the scooter paint party where wheels are used as paintbrushes; produce a mini-mag; or take part in vintage-style photo shoots.

Cure temper tantrums with Mad Hatter ‘unbirthday’ parties of nonsense, adventure and cake. Goody bags courtesy of Claire’s Accessories will be available.

Interactive dancers Sink the Pink get the party started with their dance class at the Walala UV Room, designed by interior designer Camille Walala, including UV face painting and a bubble machine.

Expect an array of sounds and performances such as barn dancing, Caribbean steel pans, disco boogie and Cockney songs on the main stage.

Tea lovers can join pearly kings and queens for a brew at Cafe Bliss, where Aldene Johnson – stylist to Florence + the Machine – and HAIM, winners of the BBC’s Sound of 2013 Award, will also lend a hand.

The day's events are organised by the people behind the annual Dalston music and arts festival Land of Kings.

It is ticket only access. Ages two to 12: £19.50 single; £60 (4 people). Under twos go free.

Land of Kids takes place on 6 May, 12noon-7pm, various venues, E8. For more info, click here.

Lands of Kids is a festival for children in Dalston

Lands of Kids is a festival for children in Dalston

Lands of Kids is a festival for children in Dalston

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