Top 6 Easter Events for Kids and Adults

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Source: Photographed by Abigail Opiah
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  1. Easter Fun Day (for kids)

Looking for a free day of fun for all the family? Freightliners Farm in Islington has Bank holiday activities that will keep the kids entertained all afternoon. Different events for different age groups will include face painting, an Easter Bonnet parade and a traditional Easter egg hunt. Admission is free; £1 per person for the Easter egg hunt. Open Monday, 28 March 2016 from 12pm – 4pm. For more information, email: administration@freightlinersfarm.org.uk.

  1. Easter Holiday Camp

St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School in Islington has partnered with Premier Sport to deliver an Easter Holiday Camp for ages four to twelve, from Tuesday, 29th March to Thursday, 7th April. The list of activities ranges from skate-boarding and archery to participating in charity runs and American football. A half-day (9am – 12:30pm) costs £12.95, while a full day (9am – 3:30pm) costs £19.95, with an extended day (8:30am – 4:30pm) costing £24.95. Space is limited so book early to keep your kids entertained locally this Easter. Visit www.premiersport.org.

  1. Easter Egg Trails at Sutton House

Sutton House is a Tudor mansion in Hackney, and this Easter it’s hosting an Easter Egg Trail for kids to dig into. The event will run from Friday, 25th March until Monday, March 28th, from 12pm until 5pm. The kids will be able to follow the clues, learn all things Easter-related and enjoy tasty Easter eggs. This event is moderately priced, with a family package costing £6.90. General admission is £3.50 for adults and only £1 for children over age five. An additional fee of £1.50 for the Easter Egg Trail will be added. For more information tweet @nationaltrust or call 02089862264.

  1. Wet Your Self! (for adults)

Fabric club in Islington is hosting an Easter special on Sunday, 27th March, with not one but three rooms of a mix of live music and DJ’s. The event is from 11pm until 7am, with early bird tickets costing just £10. UK-based students pay £15 on the door; £22 for everyone else. For tickets, head to the club’s website: fabriclondon.com.

  1. Rock the Boat

The Silver Bullet bar are hosting a night of live rock this Easter. This is an option for those looking for a completely different kind of night with no actual relevance to Easter, other than the fact that the event is on Easter Sunday. It is free before 10pm (£3 after), hosted by Luigi Casanova, and all musicians that can rock can come along with their instruments to have a great night. The Silver Bullet is just opposite Finsbury Park station, so for a local and new night out, head to the bar on Sunday, 27th March.

  1. So Juicy

So Juicy are hosting an ‘Epic Easter Eggstarvaganza’ on Sunday, 3rd April at Club Kolis in North London, and are planning a night of complete juiciness. There will be two rooms of star DJ’s from London, including some top names such as DJ Pioneer and Supa D. Tickets available online via twitter.

Source: Twitter @sojuicypr
Source: Twitter @sojuicypr

 

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