Half Term and Easter Fun


Alexandra Park: tricycles for rent – every day weather permitting.


 

Don’t worry if you missed Higher State Circus Skills at the JNR8 Playscheme: they’re back at the Celebrate Festival in Manley Park on May 1st!


 



Top ten places to go

There are many places to go and things to do during the Easter holidays, many of them are free. Here are our top ten. . .

What’s on at Z-Arts

  • 1 April – 1 May (Musical)
    11 – 13 April & 17 – 18 April (Imaginative Worlds)
    Tate Liverpool, Albert Dock, Liverpool Waterfront, Liverpool
    Free

     

    Witness the entire production and performance of a musical unfold live in our galleries.

    Community groups from Liverpool and Lancashire will work with artist Christopher Kline to produce a musical based on his hometown of Kinderhook. The gallery spaces will then be turned into a working set as they meet, rehearse and prepare for the show.

    Over the Easter holidays, be inspired by the display and drop-in to our free family workshop, Imaginative Worlds, where your little one’s can dress up and create their very own puppet, mask or theatrical prop to display on our stage!

    For more information, visit tate.org.uk

    Image credit: O.K. – The Musical (Dress Rehearsals) at Kunst-Werke, produced by insitu, Berlin 2015. Image courtesy of the artist.

1 – 17 April
Museum of Science and Industry, Liverpool Road, Manchester

Free

Have you got the power? It’s full steam ahead for family fun this Easter with our free holiday activities.

Discover what gives machines that get up and go with our interactive shows, lively demonstrations and hands on activities.

Find out if you can work under pressure with our cranes workshop, make your own wind turbine, learn about the power of steam, and more.

 

For more information, visit msimanchester.org.uk

13 April – 29 April
Everyman, Hope Street, Liverpool
Tickets from £10, concessions available

 

Once upon a time, as darkness falls, four children from different corners of the world meet in dreamtime. By the flickering firelight, up the spiral staircase of his crumbling library, the Story Giant waits for them. He is older than memory, older than time and for generations he has collected stories like falling stars. But now he waits. He waits for their stories, for their imaginations and for the one tale in all the world that can save him.

Adapted by Lindsay Rodden from the book by Brian Patten this is a family adventure into the magic of storytelling.

For more information and to book, visiteverymanplayhouse.com or call 0151 709 4776

 

For more information and to book, visit haphazardmcr.org

Image credit: Drawing by Chris Sav