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Primadonna 2024 Opening Mixer

The World As It Should Be Stage The Food Museum

Join us as we kick of 2024 with our welcome party! Catch up with old friends, find new ones, meet some of the Primadonnas, open your first can of cider - and listen to some great music. We begin with 18 year old singer/songwriter from Suffolk, Grace Wells, who has already won the Bury Fringe […]

Who Has the Right to Write? (BSL signed event)

BSL SIGNED EVENT The richest and most interesting fiction contains a broad range of nuanced characters living in your literary universe, but how do we write other experiences well? How do Sensitivity Readers come into the process and how can we ensure our characters are well researched and don’t fall into stereotypes? Join us in […]

Animal feeding

Cherry Tree Walk

Join the museum team down in the farm area for the afternoon animal feeding.

Sarah Woodhouse Therapies

The Bee Garden

The wellness team are back this year offering their wonderful selection of relaxing treatments including massage, Reflexology and facials in our dedicated Wellness Area in the little paradise of the Bee Garden. We recommend pre-booking as appointments get taken very quickly! (additional charge applies). To pre-book, please head on over to the booking page at: […]

Family Happiness Workshop: Creating Your Toolkit

The Chapel

It’s easy to find your happy place at Primadonna, but how do you find it wherever you are? In this family workshop, create your toolkit for happiness with Sara Veal, a Happiness Facilitator trained by the Museum of Happiness, and Workplace Experience Manager at Uplift Games. This relaxed session includes a spot of mindful origami, […]

Watermill Tour (BSL signed event)

Alton Water Mill

BSL SIGNED EVENT Drop in for an informal tour of the Museum’s 18th century watermill, now restored back to working condition. Learn where milling fits into the story of seed-to-sandwich as a member of the Museum team takes you around this fantastic historical building.

Drag Queen Story Hour UK

Join Aida H Dee, The Storytime Drag Queen, as she takes you on a journey through a world of magical inclusive stories full of colourful characters that will make smiles wrap around faces, hilarious antics that will leave everyone in stitches, and a drag queen that just cannot remember where she placed her spare wig! […]

Modern Love with the Feminist Book Society

From the tender embrace of queer romance to the boundless expanses of polyamorous connection, this session delves into characters and connections that explore love in an unrestricted world. From the acclaimed author of Hold, Michael Donkor’s Grow Where They Fall is a beautiful, funny and deeply moving novel about a young Black, queer, working-class man […]

Writing for Change

Get ready for a lively discussion on writing for change! Join us as we explore the fascinating intersection of art, politics, and power. Can art and politics ever truly be separated? Should they be? From wielding art as a tool for propaganda to using it as a means of resistance, we'll uncover how art has […]

Re-work a T-shirt Workshop

Support eco-conscious fashion and get crafty with Julia Peculiaa. Turn an old t-shirt into catwalk-worthy haute couture (well, you never know...) T-shirts are supplied and all ages welcome.

Hedgehog Breadmaking

The Bread Oven

For kids as well as adults, come and make delicious hedgehog-shaped bread in this workshop and then watch it cooking in our wood-burning bread oven (children must be accompanied by an adult)

Jane Savidge on Pulp, Britpop and How Fame Can Let You Down! 

Get ready to rock and roll with Jane Savidge as she spills the beans on fame, aging (but never maturing!), mortality (who needs it anyway?), drugs, and even a sprinkle of pornography—all wrapped up in Pulp's iconic 1998 masterpiece, This is Hardcore! As the co-founder of the legendary PR powerhouse Savage & Best, Jane knows […]