Halloween looms ever closer, so why not put yourself in a spooky mood with some half-term fun?
Here's three ideas for some Tuesday thrills:
- Enjoy creepy crafts at the Red House Museum : If you're still putting together your Halloween costume, why not try your hand at making it yourself? Head to the Red House Museum in Gomersal, 11am-5pm, for a fun craft session and make things to wear or use on Halloween. Admission to the museum costs £2.50 for adults and £1 for children.
- Enjoy Shakespearean classics at the Alhambra: Head to the Alhambra Theatre in Bradford to see the Royal Shakespeare Company perform two of Shakespeare's greatest playes. The company, direct from Shakespeare's hometown in Stratford-upon-Avon, present Henry IV Parts I & II from October 23-November 1. Tickets cost £17.50-£25.50 - click here to book.
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- Pumpkins galore at Cannon Hall Farm: Show off your pumpkin carving skills at Canon Hall Farm, Cawthorne, this week as its pumpkin festival returns for its fifth year. Every child that pays admission will receive a pumpkin, and visitors can also enjoy sheep and ferret races, milking demonstrations, tractor and trailer rides and crafts. Wrap up warm and join the Halloween fun — admission costs £6.95 and under threes go free.
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