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EGGCITE! 2018: LINCOLN’S CHILDREN’S ARTS FESTIVAL   29TH MARCH – 14TH APRIL

This Easter the EGGCITE! Festival celebrates its fifth anniversary – and with the New Theatre Royal and Lincoln Cathedral joining Lincoln Drill Hall, Lincoln Performing Arts Centre, The Collection, and Terry O’Toole Theatre, it’s the biggest festival yet!

Across the holidays the six venues offer a packed programme for children of all ages…and their grown-ups!

At The Collection take part in EASTER STORYTIME events, BRIEF ENCOUNTER TOURS, exploring the artefacts on display, and an ANCIENT GREEK FUN DAY.

CBBC’s Christopher Johnson leads the way down the rabbit hole at the Theatre Royal’s week-long run of ALICE IN WONDERLAND that’s perfect for the whole family.

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Art, magic, science and fun come together with THE AMAZING BUBBLE MAN at Lincoln Drill Hall. The venue also celebrates Circus250 with a free performance by the riotous duo THE FLYING BAZAZI BROTHERS and the totally madcap circus show THE PARTY.

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The interactive walk-in sculpture PENTALUM LUMINARIUM at LPAC has been likened to exploring a live painting. Or create your own art with the much-loved children’s writer NICK SHARRATT’S BIG DRAW-ALONG. And for monster lovers, there’s the LIL’PACS Gruffalo storytelling session and MONSTERSAURUS, the new show from the creators of Aliens Love Underpants.

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At Terry O’Toole Theatre, The Fabularium present a magical adaptation of REYNARD THE FOX. You are also cordially invited the MAD HATTER’S TEA PARTY at Lincoln Cathedral.

And throughout the festival, take the GREAT EASTER EGG CHALLENGE, following the clues at each venue to claim a prize!

For full EGGCITE! listings pick up a festival booklet at one of the six venues or visit the venue websites at www.lincolndrillhall.comwww.lpac.co.ukwww.newtheatreroyal.co.ukwww.thecollectionmuseum.comwww.terryotooletheatre.org.uk/ and www.lincolncathedral.com

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