Theatre in the Forest Red Rose Chain presents ‘As You Like It’ at Jimmy’s Farm, July 26 to August 27Escape into the magical woodland of Jimmy’s Farm to enjoy one of Shakespeare’s most bewitching comedies - full of rivalry, redemption and a most-unexpected wedding.
Packed with engaging energy, music and dance – Theatre in the Forest is an ideal introduction to Shakespeare for all ages.
Tickets range from £10 to £25.50 (discounts for Over 60s, concessions, groups and families). The House of Fun Ipswich School, August 7 to August 11A non-residential, multi-activity holiday camp for girls and boys aged 5-13 years.
Each day is divided into six sessions and children are given a choice of activities including: Art, Athletics, Army, Basketball, Board Games, Bouncy Castle, Cheerleading, Computing, Disco Dancing, Drama, Film Making, Indoor Ball Games, Orienteering, Pottery, Swimming, Trampolining, Treasure Hunt and many more.
Grab your compass and join an intrepid explorer to discover a pre-historic world of astonishing (and remarkably life-like) dinosaurs. The Suffolk Fun Festival Easton Farm Park, July 29 & 30The family event celebrates its fifth year with an action-packed weekend programme that will include Story Pocket Theatre (sublime slapstick splendour for the whole family), Morris dancing, Jonathan the Jester and Circus Wessex presenting a whole range of circus skills and tumble-track, a climbing wall and canoe rides on the Deben.
Meet a host of impressive creatures, including every child’s favourite flesh-eating giant, the Tyrannosaurus Rex, along with a Triceratops, Giraffatitan and Segnosaurus, to name a few. Entry includes all the fun of Easton Farm Park, including meeting all the animals and the rides.
An annual fixture in the dog lovers’ social calendar, the day is run entirely by volunteers and all money raised is donated via Suffolk Community Foundation to local Suffolk charities.Adults £10, children (4-16 years) and concessions £5. End of Pier Show Cromer Pier, June 24 to September 23The highly-acclaimed Summer Show returns in 2017 with three traditional variety performances on offer - two shows and a ‘best of’ finale.Each will feature comedy, juggling, singing and dancing, and popular headline comedian Phil Butler, vocalist Emily Yarrow and Australia’s favourite comedy juggler James Bustar will be returning this summer after wowing audiences in 2016.Dippy is ready for a special summer beach party – so pack your swimsuit and enjoy a splashing good time!Other events will also be taking place during the holidays - visit for details.Those attending will be coached in singing, dancing and acting, while experienced theatre practitioners will help devise an original piece of theatre with songs and dance routines.The fun filled day ends in a showcase for family and friends.Entry level price starts at £12 and the top price premium seats are £25.00.Family tickets are available for the school holiday matinees. Dinosaur World Norwich Theatre Royal, August 3 to 5Dare to experience the dangers and delights of Dinosaur World in this interactive new show for all the family (ages 3 ).The day runs from 10am to 4pm with the performance at 3.30pm. Places are limited and it is advisable to book early by emailing [email protected] Forest Brandon Country Park, August 25This fun, family event promises a host of fun activities throughout the park including forest drumming, headband making, tree dressing, fairy den building and lots, lots more. Creative Kids Cookery Club Suffolk Food Hall, August 12Let your children have fun while you relax in the restaurant or shop for delicious treats.On arrival pick up a passport to access each activity. The club aims to bring fun to cooking and build a passion for years to come.