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Half term is over and it’s officially time to start planning Easter – eek!

No need to worry this year as we’ve got plenty to offer children of all ages with outdoor adventures on the farm and an indoor movie experience inspired by The Cat In The Hat.  At Sneaky  we love creating bonkers stuff for families to do in the school holidays so come make marvellous memories this Spring.

Whooo’s In The Hooose?! | Fri 14th – Mon 17th April| Leeds Town Hall

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Delve into a wonderful world inspired by the rhyming works of classic children’s author Dr Seuss,  at a hands-on fun-packed activity-filled experience with something to egg-cite all ages!

Teeny tots will love our kooky characters and interactive storytelling sessions, while older children will be kept busy with songs to learn, rhyming workshops and a special effects movie scene to star in as  Leeds Young Film Festival and The Film House offer you the chance to take part in a green screen movie scene.

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Whooo’s in the Hooose?! is a 70 minute experience with a theatrical Easter Egg trail, workshops and activities PLUS all ticket holders will be in with a chance of winning a whopping great big Easter Egg. Book Tickets Here and discover what those pesky Cheeky Sneaky’s are up to!




Easter Egg Hunt | 8th – 21st April | Cannon Hall Farm, Barnsley

Ever wondered why there’s a bunny delivering eggs at Easter? Naughty Chicko the chicken thinks it’s time for a change and is ready to upset the Head Hopper – come join us at Cannon Hall Farm on an Easter trail like no other! Help Reggie Rabbit deliver his Easter eggs and escape Chickos dastardly plot to upset tradition, along the way you’ll meet theatrical Laurie the Lamb and Head of Rabbit Security, Robbie.

Springtime is always a brilliant time to visit Cannon Hall Farm and see all the new arrivals  and now Sneaky are adding a touch of adventure this is the ideal Easter experience for families.

Find out more about Cannon Hall Easter Egg Trail here.




  1. Helen O'Hanlon says:

    Can’t see any details of films at Kirkstall Abbey this weekend?

    • Julia says:

      There aren’t any films showing this weekend I’m afraid. The next screening at Kirkstall Abbey will be at Halloween.

  2. Andi says:

    Hi is the Leeds Halloween event free?

  3. Hi how much will the tickets be for list boys at kirkstall Abbey on 29th? Do you have any other details yet?

  4. Linda says:

    Hi. Are there seats set out for the films @ Kirkstall abbey and can we bring our own picnic….

    • Julia says:

      Hello, we ask people not to bring their own food and drink onsite, as there are independent food & drink stalls available which we are keen to support. Chairs are provided for everyone.

  5. Sorrell Gunn says:

    I just want to say thank you. I attended the labyrinth event at cannon Hall last night and it was fantastic. A perfect way to celebrate my 40th. You brought the magic of my childhood back to life. It was the best birthday I have had yet. The characters and actors were amazing and funny and the screening was perfect , with a full harvest Moon! Many thanks sneaky

    • Julia says:

      Wow, thank you so much for this amazing feedback. I’ll certainly pass it onto the cast. Thank you for letting us know, really glad you had a great time…..and belated birthday greetings too. See you next time.

  6. Ellie says:

    Hi, are there any plans for more children’s events in Leeds over the Christmas period? My son loved the Story Trees event last year. Thanks.

  7. Jane says:

    Hi, for the lost boys film showing at kirkstall abbey on 30th October. Do we need to bring our own chairs?

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