Published: 10:00, 18 May 2017 |
Updated: 10:20, 18 May 2017
Rochester is set to be transformed into Sir Terry Pratchett's Discworld this weekend.
Following the success of the event last year, Rochester Literature Festival are once again bringing the author's wonderful world to life in the high street.
The Turtle Moves (Again) takes place on Saturday, May 20.
A free craft workshop is running at Rochester Community Hub from 11am until 3pm where children can make a mini golem or troll, decorate a maskerade mask or quantum weather butterfly or choose a variety of egg related treasure to create a lasting tribute to the Night Watch.
Characters from the novels are also being brought to life by the Alternate Shadows Theatre Company.
And Cafe @172 will again be serving up Discworld Delicacies such as Sausagesinnabun, along with a boiled egg or two.
The craft workshop is free but children must be accompanied by an adult. No booking required.
Visit the website to find out more.
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