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Cadbury Easter Egg Trail

Children's entertainment and an exciting Easter trail with chocolate eggs and prizes to be won at the end.

National Trust: A La Ronde, Exmouth

Mon 30 Mar

£1.50 plus admission £7.50, child £3.80, family £11.30 & £18.80 / 01395 265514

National Trust: Alfriston Clergy House, Polegate

Mon 30 Mar

£1.50 plus admission £4.80, child £2.40, family £12 / 01323 871 961

National Trust: Brockhampton Estate, Bringsty, Worcester

Mon 30 Mar

£2 plus admission £4.50, child £2.25, family £11.35 / 01885 488099

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Game Masters

Massive touring exhibition celebrating the varied history of computer gaming. With more than 125 playable games to work your way through, get stuck into arcade games, physical games (think Dance Battle et al), consoles, PCs and many more. On top of this, there's also displays of concept art, interactive displays and…

National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh

Mon 30 Mar

Exhibition Gallery 1

£10 (£8; Children £6.30; under 5s free; Family £23–£28; Students £5 on Tue) / 0300 123 6789

The Gruffalo Experience

Embark on a fun and interactive journey into the deep dark wood to meet the Gruffalo and other characters from the world famous children's picture book at Meadowhall Sheffield.

Meadowhall Showground, Sheffield

Mon 30 Mar

£7.50

One Man Breaking Bad

  • 3 stars

One man. Sixty minutes. Sixty episodes. Shedloads of knowledge. Miles Allen brings TV smash Breaking Bad to life, all by himself.

Wycombe Swan, High Wycombe

Mon 30 Mar

£18.50 / 01494 512000

Cinderella: The Exhibition

Original costumes designed by Sandy Powell and props from Disney's new live action film of the classic fairytale directed by Kenneth Branagh, including Cinderella's glass slipper, which was made from a solid Swarovski crystal with 221 facets in a light-reflecting Crystal Blue Aurora Borealis coating.

Leicester Square, London WC2H

Mon 30 Mar

Free, ticketed, adv booking recommended at www.ticketmaster.co.uk

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Lindt Gold Bunny Hunt

Hop around on the trail of Lindt Gold Bunny. Follow the clues to lead you to the chocolatey treat.

The Alnwick Garden

Mon 30 Mar

Times to be confirmed / Phone for prices / 01665 511350

RHS Garden Wisley, Woking

Mon 30 Mar

Free once inside the garden / 0845 260 9000

Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh

Mon 30 Mar

Pick up a trail map from the John Hope Gateway reception desk

Free / 0131 248 2909

Jurassic Adventures

Fun family show about dinosaurs and the people that study them.

Grimsby Auditorium

Mon 30 Mar

£18.90; £16 / 0870 607 7461

Simple Minds

The Scotrock stalwarts make the rounds on this greatest hits tour, following their popular 5x5 tour in 2012.

Victoria Hall, Stoke-on-Trent

Mon 30 Mar

£39.50–£49.50 / 0844 871 7649

An Evening with Pam Ayres

A cosy evening of poetry, stories and incredible wit from the lady herself.

Electric Palace Bridport

Mon 30 Mar

£24.50; £22.50 adv / 01308 428 354

Pop Factor: The Concert

A musical show aimed at families, in which an ensemble cast of sing and dance their way through the charts.

Grand Theatre, Swansea

Mon 30 Mar

Prices to be confirmed / 01792 475715

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Alice's Easter Activities

Celebrate the 150th anniversary of Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland with activities including a maze, designing Mad Hatter hats, a White Rabbit clock trail and a tea party.

Helston Museum

Mon 30 Mar

Free / 01326 564027

Hairspray

  • Directed by: Drew McOnie

The Falkirk Bohemians bring this famous tale of Baltimore in the1960s to life.

Grand Opera House, York

Mon 30 Mar

£18.90–£25.90

In Focus: Edward Burra – A Rye View

A review of the work of Edward Burra, one of the strangest and most reticent of 20th century artists.

Jerwood Gallery, Hastings

Mon 30 Mar

Free / 01424 728377

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Associate Director Nick Bagnall presents an adaptation of William Shakespeares magical story of woodland fairies.

Everyman Theatre, Liverpool

Mon 30 Mar

£12–£20 / 0151 709 4776

The Mousetrap

  • Directed by: Ian Talbot
  • Written by: Agatha Christie

Agatha Christie's play has been performed over 25,000 times. Now celebrating its diamond anniversary in the London West End, it's finally embarking on a UK tour.

St Martin's Theatre, London WC2H

Mon 30 Mar

£33–£56.25 / 08444 99 1515

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Amazing Bubble Man

Bubbles, people in bubbles, square bubbles, round bubbles. Basically all your bubble needs.

Cheltenham Town Hall

Mon 30 Mar

£14 / 0844 576 2210

Derren Brown: Miracle

  • Directed by: Andy Nyman
  • Written by: Derren Brown

The master of mentalism takes his newest show on the road, melding mind games, illusion, showmanship and masses of charm.

New Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham

Mon 30 Mar

£36–£45 / 0870 607 7533

Henry Fraser: Breathe

Paintings by the Edinburgh-based artist, aiming to convey 'the mystery and transience of the human condition'.

St Margaret's House, Edinburgh

Mon 30 Mar

Free / 0131 661 1924

Kevin Bridges: Work In Progress

The popular Scottish stand-up performs a warm-up show, ahead of his national tour in 2015.

Trinity Theatre, Tunbridge Wells

Mon 30 Mar

Times to be confirmed / Phone for prices / 01892 678678

Stick Man

  • Directed by: Sally Cookson
  • Written by: Benji Bower (music)

Scamp Theatre bring Julia Donaldson’s popular picture book to life in this engaging family show.

New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich

Mon 30 Mar

£10; £5 under 26s / 01473 295900

  • 14:00 – 15:00 Stick Man New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich
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Ambiguity

A solo exhibition by Dorothy Ann Simister.

Artsmill Limited, Hebden Bridge

Mon 30 Mar

Free / 01422 843 413

  • 11:00 – 16:00 Ambiguity Artsmill Limited, Hebden Bridge

Artist Rooms: Robert Mapplethorpe

Moving, arresting and truly significant work by prolific American photographer Robert Mapplethorpe. Featuring ground-breaking portraiture of his contemporaries – Andy Warhol, Truman Capote and Patti Smith – and his iconic self-portraits.

Clydebank Museum, Glasgow

Mon 30 Mar

Free / 0141 562 2400

ARTIST ROOMS: Roy Lichtenstein

A three-room display of the work of Roy Lichtenstein (1923–1997), the man who made Ben-Day dots into his signature style. This display brings together for the first time works by the wittiest of the pop artists.

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art One, Edinburgh

Mon 30 Mar

Free / 0131 624 6200

The Ballet of the Palette

Twentieth-century paintings from the gallery collection, selected by contemporary artists Neil Clements, Lotte Gertz, Charlie Hammond, Louise Hopkins, Merlin James, Victoria Morton, Carol Rhodes, Tony Swain, Hanneline Visnes and George Ziffo.

Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow

Mon 30 Mar

Free / 0141 287 3050

Caroline Achaintre

Display of ceramic masks and large-scale wall-based textiles which are assembled to create an atmosphere of threat and the absurd.

Tate Britain, London SW1P

Mon 30 Mar

Free / 020 7887 8888

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