Kids’ pick: Attractions for the whole family
17 – 8 October, FACT
A chance to see the Disney classic on the big screen.
Follow the story of street urchin Aladdin as he tries to win the heart of the beautiful Princess Jasmine, calling on a genie for help along the way.
The 8 October showing will be an autism friendly screening.
8 October, World Museum
Pop along to Liverpool’s World Museum to celebrate International Space Week.
Find out how to spot constellations in the sky then have a go at making your own to take home in this hands-on activity session.
Held from 1-4pm, the drop-in event is free to attend.
29 October, Aintree Racecourse
Enjoy a range of wildlife and rural activities as Aintree hosts this family day out.
From pony rides and face painting to falconry and archery displays there’ll be something for everyone. Plus there’ll be plenty of racing action on the track.
Under 17s have free entry to the event, which is being held in partnership with The Countryside Alliance and will also feature a Countryside Shopping Village.
10 – 12 November, Epstein Theatre
LHK Youth Theatre performs timeless musical ‘Annie’ at the Epstein.
Brimming with charm and rising talent, the show will be set in 1930s New York as it tells the story of Annie, a young orphan in search of a family.
It’s sure to warm the hearts of audience members young and old.
Sing-a-long Sound of Music
17 November, St George’s Hall
A screening of the classic film in vivid technicolour, complete with subtitles for everybody to sing along.
Expect props, fancy dress and plenty of nostalgia to enjoy with your children or grandchildren.
Tickets cost £15 and children are welcome but parental guidance is advised.
The Everyman Rock ‘N’ Roll Panto: The Little Mermaid
25 November – 20 January, Everyman
Prepare yourself to be flung head first into festivities with this fun-packed pantomime version of ‘The Little Mermaid’.
The performance will be accompanied by a live band, lots of laughter and more than a few surprises.
Tickets are priced £10-£30.