Stop Motion Animation, 7+

Join us for a fun-filled workshop learning stop motion animation

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Thursday 15th August
£25 pp
Signals - CO1 1HF

Create your own characters and bring them to life

Join us for a fun-filled workshop learning stop motion animation. In this hands-on workshop you will create your own characters and bring them to life using our professional software. You will have the opportunity to explore different materials, props, and backdrops with the support of our expert tutors. You will learn how to capture each frame, add sound effects and edit your work. If you can imagine it, we’ll help you animate it!

This workshop suitable for all skill levels and ensures a supportive and inclusive environment for all participants. However, we do recommend that if you are looking to book for an individual on the autism spectrum that you start with an Autism Friendly session where we can offer more support and you can get to know us in a more relaxed setting.

12 places available.

Most suitable for ages 7 – 14

No experience required. All materials are provided by Signals.

Discounts available on request, call 01206 560255 or email for more info.


Parents / carers are welcome to stay for part or all of the workshop if they would like to.

I enjoyed making the film and it made me very happy and I love the penguin

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