It's Hans Christian Andersen's birthday, which always marks International Children's Book Day. A perfect excuse to curl up with your favourite children's book?
WIZARD OF OZ Follow the Yellow Brick Road to the Regent Theatre, Ipswich for a fantastic all-new Easter pantomime version of The Wizard of Oz
The Little Prince: Performed by Matthew Dexter 14:00 - 15:45 at Waterstones, Cambridge. Matthew Dexter will tell the tale of the boy who sets out from his tiny planet to discover the universe, meets quirky characters on other planets and finally on the Earth. This is storytelling at its finest.
WIZARD OF OZ Follow the Yellow Brick Road to the Corn Exchange, Kings Lynn for a fantastic all-new Easter pantomime version of The Wizard of Oz
7, 16 & 17 April
Norfolk Library Services host The Velveteen Rabbit adapted from the book by Margery Williams. Spinning Wheel Theatre brings this beautiful tale to life on stage by two actors, inventive puppetry and original songs. Click here for more details.
Harriet Muncaster's Isadora Moon Party! 3:00 - 14:00 at Waterstones in Norwich. Join Harriet Muncaster for an afternoon of fabulous fairy fun including crafts, quizes and cakes. Tickets are £2 per child.
10 - 11 April
A musical adaptation of the classic Robin Hood comes to the Kings Lynn Corn Exchange.
Louis Sachar's 'Holes'. A new stage show at Norwich Theatre Royal based on the multi-award-winning novel and the Hollywood blockbuster perfect for adults and children aged 8 and up.
Patrick Ness’s piercing novel for young adults, A Monster Calls, is brought vividly to life at Norwich Theatre Royal.
World Book Night is a national celebration of reading and books that takes place on 23 April every year. Events up and down the country run by individuals and organisations celebrate the difference that reading makes to people’s lives, and everyone from publishers to librarians, and local businesses to the general public can get involved.
Northern Ballet bring their version of Little Red Riding Hood to the Theatre Royal Norwich.