THE Artrix in Bromsgrove says it has the summer holidays sorted.

A spokesman said: “There’s a spectacular summer of events waiting for families at Artrix, with theatre, cinema and dance events for all ages taking place throughout the school holidays.

“During the first week of the school holidays, Artrix has a visit from comedian Jay Foreman with his Disgusting Songs For Revolting Children on Wednesday July 25 at 1pm.

Award winning musical comedian Jay provides a devilishly cheeky hour of songs, poems and comedy in this family friendly show which regularly sells out its entire runs at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.”

The spokesman added: “Up next, Moon On A Stick Theatre Company present Little Red Riding Hood on Tuesday July 31, at 2pm. “Combining enchanting puppetry and absorbing storytelling with all the traditional pantomime elements in a gentle, imaginative show, this show is designed especially for our tiniest audience members.”

And children and their grown ups can finally try and figure out How Does This Politics Thing Work Then? - on Wednesday August 1 at 2pm.

The spokesman said: “Comedy Club 4 Kids and Simple Politics have teamed up to keep young audiences laughing, engaged and informed - so they can also shout at the telly along with their parents during Question Time.”

On Sunday August 5, Artrix will present another chance to dance at another of the venue’s popular Bubble Disco parties at 11am.

The spokesman said: “Open to children aged 5-10 years, they can join in with dance routines, wave a glow stick and pop lots and lots of bubbles!

“And there are still tickets available for next month’s Baby Rave VIII on Sunday August 5 at 2pm. Where 90s Rave Culture meets CBeebies, Artrix’s Baby Rave is open to babies and toddlers under 3 years and their grownups

“Swashbuckling verse, jaunty pirate music, gallows humour and the obligatory parrot, Young Herbert’s Horrors comes to Artrix on Tuesday August 11, at 11am and 2pm.

Tickets: 01527 577330