Families can enjoy an eggs-travaganza of fun events and activities during the Easter break from the comfort of their own home.
Renfrewshire Leisure Arts, Libraries and Museums teams have created an exciting programme of online events for children and grown-ups that would have the Easter Bunny jumping for joy.
All the events and activities – from theatre performances and music sessions to arts and crafts and library workshops – are easy to access by logging on to www.renfrewshireleisure.com/easter-activities . The majority of the events are free to access online.
For the youngest audiences, Ipdip Theatre present Up and Down at 10.30am and noon on April 12. This is an adventure on Zoom for children under five, giving them a chance to connect to distanced friends and relatives who are encouraged to join the fun. There is a £3 charge to view this event.
The over-fives will love M6 Theatre’s beautiful short film When We Started Singing, exclusively on the Ren TV online channel from April 12-18.
For 11-15 year olds The Big Data Show by Civic Digits is a ground-breaking, immersive theatre experience using performance, gaming and digital magic being shown online 10am on April 7, or 7pm on April 14. There is a £3 charge to view this event.
And youngsters can shake, rattle and roll with TRASH percussion, at 10am on April 17, or enjoy some gentle movement and simple crafts at Balloon Babies, 10am on April 10.
Scotland’s top musicians continue to entertain with Sally Simpson and Catriona Hawksworth on fiddle and piano - and Valerie Barr on classical accordion, our Sunday Continental brunch-time boogie sessions will be recorded live for you to enjoy.
And don’t forget the weekly Stuck In The House Music sessions on Ren TV every Thursday, at 8pm.
They are encouraging people of all ages and abilities to become inspired to create a piece of art based on the outdoors. The artwork could be in the form of collages, sculptures, or photographs. If you submit a photograph of your artwork to the Renfrewshire Leisure website, there’s a chance it could be included in the online exhibition.
There are also two Library Workshops broadcast on Ren TV, on April 7 and 14 at 10am. The first is Wooly Easter Crafts and the second is Growing Green.
Renfrewshire Leisure’s Arts Manager, Rikki Payne said: “Our Easter programme this year is all about entertaining, informing and passing on new skills to young and old alike.
“Although our venues remain closed due to Covid restrictions, we’ve pulled out all the stops to bring a wide range of quality events and activities into people’s homes.
“The emphasis is on fun and there’s plenty for young and old to enjoy.”
The Easter events are made possible with the support of Future Paisley – the radical and wide-ranging programme of events, activity and investment using the town's unique and internationally-significant cultural stories to transform its future.
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