Keep the kids entertained this spring with theatre shows and fun family activities brought to you by Luton Culture. If you’re looking for ideas for weekends and Easter holiday entertainment, don’t worry, we’ve got it covered!

Welly Walks

Every Sat 20 Jan - 31 March, 11am

Meet with other young explorers to go on a welly walk around Stockwood Discovery Centre. Each week we'll look at have stories, activities, and explore different parts of this fantastic site.
Age guidance: 3 - 7 years


Friends For All

Sat 3rd March, 11am & 2pm, Hat Factory 

An interactive spoken word performance for families, with rapping, dancing and far-out video projections.

Age guidance: 5 - 11 years


A Strange New Space

Sat 10th March, 11am & 2pm, Hat Factory 

Amira is obsessed with space and dreams of becoming an Astronaut. One night, the bangs, whooshes and fizzes of her dreams, becoming reality! Join her on her voyage into space!

Age guidance: 4+


Captain Flinn and the Pirate Dinosaurs 2: The Magic Cutlass

Sat 24 March, 2pm, Hat Factory

All aboard for a non-stop action packed theatrical performance, with live music, puppetry and dastardly dinosaurs. 

Age guidance: 3+


You’ve Got Dragons

Fri 30 March, 11am & 2pm , Library Theatre

An intergenerational show, featuring creative captioning, interwoven BSL and audio description, You’ve Got Dragons is a treat for the whole family.

Age guidance: 3+  (babes in arms welcome)


Theatre in Museums: The Secret Diary

Wed 4 & Tue 10 April, 11.30am / 1.30pm / 2.30pm, Wardown House Museum and Gallery

Travel around Wardown House with Max and learn about the museum's history, find hidden clues and discover the mystery of the house! A fun, heart-warming, imaginative and fantastic theatre show! 

Age guidance: 6+


John Hegley: All Hail the Snail

Thurs 5 April, 11am, Library Theatre 

This children’s show will delight adults and young people alike with its chaotic comedy, bewitching poems, plus the extra bonus of a special guest musician.

Age guidance: 7+


The Gingerbread Man

Thu 12 April, 11am & 2pm, Library Theatre

A mix of puppetry, live action, great music, humour and a stunning staging in this exciting and pacey retelling of this well-loved classic tale. 

Age guidance: 3+