Wahaca presents Day of the Dead Festival co-produced by NOMAD and the Embassy of Mexico in the UK
Sat 3 Nov 2012, 10am & 2pm entry
Tickets £5 (plus £1 restoration levy) (Under 8s Free)
Wahaca is bringing Mexico’s vibrant Day of the Dead celebrations to London, for a four-day festival of music, food, art and film hosted at The Old Vic Tunnels.
Daytime entrance on Saturday 3 November, from 10am-1pm and 2pm-5pm offers access to traditional Day of the Dead children’s activities run by Javier Calderon and Antony Ward, tickets are £5 or complimentary for children under 8 years old.
Children will be invited to have their faces painted and choose from workshops in painting sugar skulls, making paper masks, storytelling, decorating cardboard coffins and skeleton figures. Saturday daytime entrance also offers an opportunity to view the exciting visual art on show while afternoon ticket holders can enjoy a performance of a new live score by the Cabinet of Living Cinema to accompany a screening of the Alejandro Jodorowsky classic film Santa Sangre.
Wahaca’s temporary street kitchen will be serving food throughout.
To book tickets call 0844 871 7628 or click on the ‘BUY TICKETS’ box above