Monday, 24 November 2014

Praise for Pirates, Pants and Wellyphants

Praise for Pirates, Pants and Wellyphants has been flooding in as visitors, old and young alike, are captivated by Nick Sharratt's colourful illustrations. 


The exhibition, which opened in October and will continue until 21st February next year, has also been growing over the past few weeks with the addition of; a replica of Nick's studio, complete with lightboxes; a comic fa├žade with Tracy Beaker, Pirate Pete and the pants gorilla and even more books for our reading corner! 


"Lookin' good, mum!"

We've also been getting some great feedback from families visiting the exhibition:

“I came with my 3 grandchildren and we all thought the exhibition was excellent. There was so much for them to do and I still learnt something new at 80!”

“A fantastic exhibition - Lots for kids and for big kids like me too!”

“It was amazing! I met Nick Sharratt and he signed my book and I really enjoyed drawing on the drawing wall and really liked all the activities! IT WAS AMAZING!!!”

Nick's Studio; the lightboxes allow visitors to try drawing some of Nick's illustrations for themselves.


For schools wishing to visit the exhibition, there is an education pack available which includes an exhibition activity book for pupils and a resource pack for teachers, chock-full of information and ideas for before, during and after their visit. 

To book a self-guided tour for your school, or to find out about the other educational opportunities that come with Pirates, Pants and Wellyphants, feel free to contact our Audience Engagement Officer, Joy Buckley on education.2021@northlincs.gov.uk or call 01724 297070.