As part of this Easter mailing advising you of the Club Food & Beverage Opening times over Easter, I have created a Craig’s Corner that shares a few ideas to keep the whole family entertained whilst you are here during the Easter holidays.
Alice and The Chocolate Factory - Easter Pantomime
Millfield Theatre
9th – 16th April

Embark on a journey like no other with Alice and her best friend The Hatter! Alice’s world gets turned upside down when she finds a golden ticket in one of Willy Wonka's scrumptious chocolate Easter eggs!
The Lindt Gold Bunny Hunt at Kensington Palace
2nd – 18th April

The Lindt Gold Bunny hunt returns to Kensington Palace during the Easter school holidays. Use the trail map to explore over 60 acres of palace gardens and find the Lindt Gold Bunny statues that are hiding there. And who knows - there may well be a chocolate surprise waiting at the end of the hunt!
Easter Giant Duck Trail at WWT London Wetland Centre, Barnes
2nd – 24th April
Pick up a trail card at admissions and crack the clues to find the bright yellow, cheeky ducks that are hiding around the Wetland Centre.
Plenty of outdoor fun to enjoy exploring the wetlands, testing your balance on the Wild Walk and visiting the Explore Adventure Playground.
One of the highlights of a trip to the London Wetlands Centre is meeting Tod and Honey, a pair of rather cute Asian small-clawed otters.
Dear Zoo at ZSL London Zoo
2nd – 18th April

See the superb children’s book ‘Dear Zoo’ come alive at London Zoo during the Easter holidays with an interactive activity trail and lively story-time sessions. Meet the Dear Zoo Experience Team and learn all about the amazing animals at London Zoo.
The Passion of Jesus in Trafalgar Square
15th April 2022

On Good Friday, Trafalgar Square will host "The Passion of Jesus" this 90-minute production is
performed by 78 actors, along with two horses and a donkey. This 90-minute open-air-play is attended by some 20,000 people annually. To ensure that nobody misses out on any detail, the play is also broadcasted on a big screen at the square.
A wonderful moving event for those who want to remember the true meaning of Easter.
 The Royal Choral Society Present Messiah on Good Friday 
15th April at 2:30pm

The choir first performed Handel’s Messiah in its opening season in 1872, but it was in 1876 that the first Good Friday performance took place at the Royal Albert Hall. It has been repeated every year since then with the exception of wartime (1940/1) and the recent pandemic (2020).
As always, contact me if you’d like some assistance in organising your Easter break here at the club.

Craig x
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Craig's Corner 2021