Feelgood’s The Music Box – Three Stories of Home at Heaton Hall

Gemma Gibb, Associate Editor

Feelgood’s The Music Box – Three Stories of Home. at Heaton Park, Manchester 2 April 2018 Tickets from £15 — Book now

Manchester’s fine Feelgood Theatre Productions, masters of producing engaging site-specific theatre are back with a bang this spring with an enchanting show for families this Easter.

Set in the stunning surrounds of Heaton Hall follow the story of a fortune teller and three children who go on adventures to unknown places and travel to foreign lands. Expect storytelling of the highest order which sweeps you all into a different world, with clever staging to stimulate all senses including shadow play and live chamber music performed by The Vine Quartet.

Where else can you enjoy fine family theatre in a Grade I listed Hall with free Easter cupcakes to add to the welcoming experience?

Take time to enjoy the uninterrupted spring views from this special place, once described by architecture and art scholar Pevsner as “the finest house of its period in Lancashire”.

 The £15 ticket price includes one adult and one child with the chance to extend the experience with family-friendly classical concerts too while you are there.

Feelgood’s The Music Box – Three Stories of Home. at Heaton Park, Manchester 2 April 2018 Tickets from £15 Book now

What's on at Heaton Park

Manchester Festival of Nature
Manchester Festival of Nature

Manchester’s Festival of Nature returns to Heaton Park for a day of celebrating the varied flora and fauna to be found in this bee themed city.

free entry

Where to go near Feelgood’s The Music Box – Three Stories of Home at Heaton Hall

Treetop Adventure Manchester
Tourist Attraction
Treetop Trek Heaton Park

Get up close with the woodlands of Heaton Park in aerial assault courses that’ll have you bouncing, swinging and gliding through the canopy.

Event venue
Abraham Moss School

Abraham Moss Community School is a mixed all-through school located on a 19-hectare site situated on Crescent Road in the Crumpsall/Cheetham Hill district of North Manchester, Greater Manchester, England, next to the Abraham Moss Metrolink station.

North City Library

A modern community library space in North Manchester which is shared with North Manchester Sixth Form College.

Broughton Leisure Centre
Event venue
Broughton Leisure Centre

Broughton Leisure Centre is a sports facility located in Salford, Manchester. Broughton Leisure Centre houses a 25m pool and a teaching pool and also has a sauna and steam room.

Albert Park

Albert Park is an important and valued piece of open space which first opened in 1877. Among the park’s main attractions is a fantastic all-weather astro turf pitch,

LIVIA forest

LIVIA is an accumulation of woodlands included Drinkwater, Forest Bank, Clifton, Robin Hood Sidings, Silverdale, Queensmere reservoir and Waterdale.

Cheetham Hill
The Yard

New creative hub The Yard is home to a great little music venue, which tends to attract future-leaning electronic artists.

What's on: Families

Outdoor Art Club at The Whitworth

Enjoy fun and creative activities designed to encourage your little ones to play freely in the fresh air, while exploring nature and the outdoors with family and friends.

free entry

Culture Guides