Friday, 30 March 2012

Out, About and Things To Do in the Easter Holiday

What: Space Safari
Join Ted, the teddy bear, for live music and rhyme as he journeys throughout the solar system looking for the Great Bear in the sky in this show designed especially for younger children. Presented live by a Royal Observatory Greenwich astronomer.
Where:  Peter Harrison Planetarium
When:  6th April ,  11.00 (weekends and holiday weekdays) 12.45 | 13.45 (Tuesdays during term time)
How Much:  £6.50 adults | £4.50 children/concessions | £17.50 family ticket

What: Bugsy Malone at Future Cinema
Audiences attending this cult-classic shall expect a live-action boxing ring, audition studio, Fat Sam’s book shop and speak easy, a casino and treats including milkshake and popcorn stalls topped off with fire custard shooting guns, pies and more
The Troxy, East End
When:  Until 14th April 
How Much:
£25 Full / £17.50 Concessions / £10 Kids (16 and under) 

What: Easter Activity Weekend on the London Eye
Easter eggs to decorate (papier mache),Easter masks including bunny mask, butterfly mask, mouse mask
Easter flowers and Easter chicks and hens
Where:  London Eye
When:  Friday 6th to Monday 9th April 11am – 4pm
How Much:  Free with a children's ticket 

What: Seafari’ speedboat trips through the Menai Strait
Where:  Anglesey Sea Zoo, Snowdonia
When:  Every Thursday and Friday, and other days by arrangement
How Much:  Adults: £29, children: £19 (must be over the age of four)

What: English National Ballet 2  My First Sleeping Beauty   
The My First… ballets will be performed by graduating students from English National Ballet School in partnership with English National Ballet bringing audiences their first taste of ballet through the magic of fairytales, captivating music and beautiful dance.                
Where:  Peacock Theatre
When:  Tuesday 3 - Friday 13 April
How Much:  £10 - £25

What:  Free Family Workshops
Do Superheroes have Pets? and Would You Like To Dress Like a Superhero?
Where:  Derby Quad
When:  7th & 14th April 
How Much:  FREE

What: The Dream Space
60 minute storytelling sessions
Where:  Shakespeare’s Globe Sackler Studios
When:  Tuesday 3 – Saturday 14 April
How Much:  Tickets: £8 / Family ticket £25 

What: Easter Bunny Trail
Come to the castle in search of the mysterious Easter Bunny
Where:  Bodiam Castle
When:  10 - 15 April 11am - 4pm
How Much:  £2 per child plus normal castle admission

What:  Horrible Histories – Barmy Britain
continues to dish all the dirt on life in Britain from our rotten Roman rulers to the terrible Tudors, slimy Stuarts, gorgeous Georgians, vile Victorians, right up to the frightful First World War. 
Where:  Garrick Theatre
When:  Booking until 1 September 2012
How Much:  £14.50, £12.50 & £10

What:  Hop & Hunt
Unscramble the clues and find the hidden riddles within the shops on the square, before picking out a golden egg at Chelsea’s first ever Hop & Hunt Easter challenge. Each egg could give visitors the chance to win an XBox or £200 shopping spree in the area.
Where:  Duke of York Square, King’s Road, London, SW3
When:  7th April
How Much:  FREE

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