Easter Days Out In The Midlands
Egg-citing days out for your family
Easter Fun and Trail
Enjoy an Easter trail with a handful of games in the grounds of Kedleston Hall. After burning off some energy, children can relax by listening to a story teller and have a go at some craft activities.
Grab those wellies and hit the outdoors at Hardwick Hall for some fresh spring air with the family. Activities will set up along the way keeping excitable children entertained throughout.
The midland kite flyers will be taking to the grounds of Calke Abbey to wow the crowds with their flying skills. Give them a run for their money by either buying a kite or making one in a crafty workshop.
Red Riding Hood
Back by demand, after being such a success at Christmas, Engine House and Lakeside present this new Red Riding Hood adaptation by Matt Kenny, directed by Matt Aston.
The Beautiful Goddess Eostre
A performance from Nottingham's College Street Arts Centre which is full of storytelling, songs and puppetry.
March 31 – April 15
In celebration of the Easter festivities, Cadbury World have planned a fortnight packed full of activities for all members of the family to get involved in. What better place to enjoy the festive period than in a shop full of chocolate?
Circus of the Orient
March 31 – April 3
Circus of the Orient continues to dazzle its audience throughout the performance through an astonishing array of acts, leaving the audience delighted and mesmerized Brunswick Park.
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