This month it’s all about stretching your mind, imaginations and even limbs with our guide to the top family things to do and book now.
Explore and make sense of some of the amazing things the human body does with some bonkers experiments as part of British Science Week at Manchester Museum’s full day of free activities this Saturday.
Book ahead and get in training for Art On The Run, a bonkers woodland art race with limited places from the team behind The Just So Festival this May and to snap up tickets for stellar theatrical adventures 5 More Minutes at Z-arts and The Story Giant at Liverpool Everyman.
We have fallen in love with the story of Regency adventurer and all round top guy Thomas Legh. Read our preview and head to Lyme Park to find out more about his swashbuckling life and act out some adventures of your own.
Here are our top 10 picks
Head to the People’s History Museum this Easter for cracking craft activities exploring how everyone’s family is unique, the importance of diversity, equality and that you are never too young to starting learning about ideas worth fighting for.
Build it, power it, explore it and let loose some Easter energy with science shows, performances and workshops on the literal force of Manchester’s role in changing the world.
A spellbinding new adaptation of the tale of four children from across the globe who meet at dreamtime by Mersey poet Brian Patten as part of the Everyman Company’s exciting new season and Liverpool’s Summer of Love.