5 Things To Do This Easter with Your Little Dancers
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If you’re looking for something to get up to this Easter weekend after completing our virtual Easter egg hunt (coming soon), then we can help! We’ve thrown together some fun ways to spend your time this Easter, with some great stuff added in as well that’s on after Easter weekend. We're all about the Spring season fun! Don’t just put all of your (Easter) eggs in one basket! You can try a few of the events on this list!
1) The Refuge - Manchester
Let your kids blow off some steam dancing at the family disco, run by the Playhouse Project with a soundtrack by Lil’ Fi from The Whip. Find out more here.
2) See a Show
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There are some world-renowned shows on in London this Easter. Here are just a few that we're eggcited for!
- Lion King
3) Go to a Dance Class
Have your kids hop along to a week long intensive hip hop dance course at Sunshine studios in Bolton. Click here to find out more. There's another dance class going on at Dance City Easter School in the North East from Tuesday 10th April for 6-16 year olds if your little dancer just can't get enough dance! We obviously adore dance, but it's also the perfect way for your kids to burn off all that sugar this Easter!
4) Underbelly Festival - Southbank
From 6 April to 30 September
The fabulous Underbelly Festival kicks off al-fresco live comedy, theatre and dance fun this Easter for its 10th year running! Circus performances by troupes like Circus Abyssinia, Elixir, and Circolombia will feature, along with a Cabaret show by Circa later in the year and lots of other family-friendly dance shows. One that we’re particularly looking forward to is an acrobatics show by SOAP that’s running from May. There’s a bit of adult only fun to be had here as well at what’s been dubbed as “one of London’s biggest outdoor bars” by Visit London.
Free site entry
5) Sadler's Wells - London
Sadler's Wells “annual mini festival” is happening the week after Easter. If you haven't heard of it, then you're definitely missing out! It showcases fun for the whole family, with activities like arts and crafts but also some dance related events we know your little dancers will love. Arcaladanza are centre-stage with their famous show Vuelos that we didn't manage to catch last year at Edinburgh Fringe Festival - so please let us know what you think! Your little dancers can also become a choreographer for the day with Casson & Friends. Love folk dancing? See some traditional ceilidh dancing this April in London!
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