We’ve got loads of egg-citing events lined up for the Easter holidays.
As the kids break up well before the Bank Holiday weekend, we have a special treat in store or should that be roar?
On April 12 and 13 we’re hosting a stunning stage adaptation of The Tiger Who Came To Tea.
And after the Tiger has had his fill on April 13, it will be time for our Grease Sing-a-Long(PG) when young people and adults alike are invited to dress up and singalong to this classic movie musical.
And talking of classic musicals, there’s another chance to see Mary Poppins Returns(U) on April 20 and on Easter Monday, we’re screening this year’s double Oscar-winning film, Green Book(12A).
Elsewhere in Lancaster there’s plenty of other Easter-themed treats.
There’s Easter Egg Hunts in Williamson Park from April 5-23; Lancaster City Museum on April 19 and the newly re-opened Judges Lodgings on April 6,7,13,14,20 and 21.
And watch out Willy Wonka, Lancaster and the Chocolate Factory takes over the city centre on April 12 with chocolate stalls, chocolate making workshops, crafts, roaming characters, a Wonka Trail, fairground rides, face painting and lots more.
Lancaster’s museums will be a hive of activity over the holidays too with the City Museum hosting Mabel’s Easter Trail from April 9-22 and a chance to make an Easter Chick Box or Goody Bag Craft on April 17; while at the Judges Lodgings, there’s an Easter Extravaganza on April 12 and down by the river at the Maritime Museum on April 18, you can have a go at Easter basket making.
So you’ll have to get cracking if you want to fit everything in!