Easter 2014 – What’s On at UK Attractions

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April 4, 2014

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THE BIG EASTER at THORPE PARK

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From Friday 18th April to Monday 21st April you can take part in the very first Angry Birds Easter Egg Hunt! Solve THE BIG EASTER egg hunt clues and find the Angry Birds characters nesting across the Park to win fab prizes including 20,000 chocolate Easter eggs!

The Brainiac Live! Team will also be here to put the bang into THE BIG EASTER. Strap on your safety goggles and prepare to be amazed by the thrilling world of science, with some explosive live performances. Don’t try this at home!

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Loads of Easter-themed activities at Cadbury World

Easter at Cadbury World

At the most chocolatey time of year, Cadbury World are holding a series of Easter activities throughout April, including:

Live family entertainment

Live Easter holiday family entertainment with ventriloquists and magicians from April 5th to 13th and April 26th and 27th

Chuckle Island: The Hunt for the Missing Eggs

Stranded on Chuckle Island, The Chuckle Beans mascots need your help to find the missing eggs in this brand-new live show from April 14th to 25th! Expect jokes, original music and singing and, as you’re on an island, you may even get wet!

Easter Eggstravaganza.

From April 18th to 21st there will be an Easter Egg Trail for children, Easter bonnet parades at 1pm and 3pm daily with the chance to win prizes, and some seasonal Easter treats in the World’s Biggest Cadbury Shop including handmade decorated eggs.

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Katy Perry’s Edible Candy-Themed Set at Madame Tussauds London

Katy Perry at Madame Tussauds

From Saturday April 5th, Madame Tussauds welcomes Katy Perry’s wax figure in a sugar-coated celebrity wonderland!

The flamboyant star’s life-like figure will be visiting from Madame Tussauds Sydney, with a special edible (that’s right – you can eat it!) candy-themed set to for guests to enjoy over Easter!

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Meet The Egg-cecutioner at The London Dungeon

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Taking a break from his regular job beheading traitors and lowlifes, the The Egg-cecutioner will be demonstrating his exceptional decapitation skills on thousands of eggs, using a variety of tools like axes, swords and whatever else comes to hand!

There’s also a special “Bad Eggs” Easter Trail to follow as you take the terrifying journey through London’s murky past……

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The Trebuchet at Warwick Castle

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The Trebuchet Fireball Spectacular is re-launching for Easter at Warwick Castle! The trebuchet was the biggest and most formidable Mediaeval siege machine (essentially, a giant catapult!), and from Sunday 13th April you can watch in awe as it hurls fireballs further than ever before and towers of flames 30 feet high.

Trebuchet shows will take place twice daily, at 11.30am and 4.30pm until November.

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Mooky Goes to Hollywood at Blackpool Tower Circus

Mooky goes to Hollywood

From Saturday 5th April, The Blackpool Tower’s famous clowns, Mooky and Mr Booo head for the sunny hills of Hollywood in this all-new production. Get ready for fantastic fun, astonishing acrobats, daredevil stunts and hilarious comedy antics in a show that families will love this Easter.

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Egg-cecutions at The Blackpool Tower Dungeon

From April 5th – 23rd The Eggcecutioner is coming to the Tower Dungeon – and he wants to chop the heads off all the bad eggs!

Conquer the “Bad Egg” Easter Trail to claim your mini Easter egg prize, but remember to avoid the Eggcecutioner if you want your eggs to live!

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Have a very happy Easter!

 

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Farrah Hedwat

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