May half term holiday at Alive West Norfolk: Stories of Lynn at Saturday Market Place; Tudor Entertainment & Crafts at St George’s Guildhall; Holiday Clubs with gymnastics, football and cricket supported by West Norfolk Council; Alive Corn Exchange Tiger Who Came To Tea, Little Mix, Ariana Grande, Taylor Swift, Billie Eilish with Pop Divas Live, Fireman Sam Live, Little Mermaid, Fast X
There’s a super fun jam-packed half term holiday schedule at Alive West Norfolk (May 29-June 4)!
At Stories of Lynn is a family friendly drop in event suitable for under-12s. Simply pop in to the Saturday Market Place to enjoy a mixture of crafts, games and a special bug hunt! Beetles, Bugs & Butterflies costs: adult £3.45, child £1.45 or FOC with museum admissions.
Alive have also teamed up with Norfolk Museums and are running a Tudor Entertainment & Crafts event at St George’s Guildhall on Wednesday, May 31, only £2 per child (age range 5-12 years) accompanying adult free.
The sports centres host the popular Holiday Clubs, with everything from Gymnastics to Football, Fun clubs and Aqua Skillz and Cricket Fun Club. Plus kids can join in the fun at the Alive Kids Sports Day. All holiday clubs are supported by the borough council (BCKLWN) and include a free lunch!
For the older kids (12-16) are Alvie-FIVES, a 5-a-side football and cricket 100! All holiday clubs are supported by the BCKLWN and include a FREE lunch, just don’t forget to book.
Fun activities to enjoy over the holiday include GoKarty, Skateboard Skillz, Family Climb Time, Fun Time Climb, Tennis, Roller Skating, Junior Fitness, Soft Archery and more!
Summer is almost here so why not take a refreshing dip? Junior swimming is just £1 over the holidays during general sessions. Make a splash with Inflata-Fun sessions, plus there are fun pool parties, swimming crash courses and not forgetting Rookie Lifeguard Crash courses.
Most activities are bookable in advance online, or at your local centre (please note that not all activities are bookable online, see the website for more details).
At the Alive Corn Exchange are some fantastic children’s shows: firstly, direct from the West End, the Olivier Award nominated smash hit show The Tiger Who Came To Tea, Friday, May 26-Saturday 27 (tickets: £15, family [four] £56).
Then bringing to life hits by Little Mix, Ariana Grande, Taylor Swift, Billie Eilish and many more is the Pop Diva’s Live! on Wednesday, May 31, 6pm (tickets £17). Lastly join Sam, Penny, Elvis, Station Officer Steele and Normal in Fireman Sam Live! Saves The Circus on Thursday, June 1, 3.30pm; tickets - £18.50, child £17.50, family (four) £68.
Alive Corn Exchange’s Cinema will be showing a selection of films for the whole family including the new remake of Disney’s Little Mermaid, showing from Fri, May 26, also from that date is Fast X for the older children to enjoy.
For all cinema and show listings at the Corn Exchange please go to kingslynncornexchange.co.uk
Kakė Makė, beloved by children and parents, is the most anticipated Lithuanian animated film for the whole family, showing on Sunday, June 4.