A SELECTION of well-loved theatre shows and entertainment for spring lambs and Easter bunnies will take place at Lighthouse Poole this April,

Curtain up finds a couple of crafty World Builders called Gill and Boo leading the way in Let’s Build a Planet (April 6).

Posing questions like: ‘If you could design your own planet what would it be like?’ ‘What colour would the sea be?’ ‘What would trumps smell like?’ they’ll lead a madcap big-banging journey into the imagination.

The People’s Theatre Co are bringing one of the world’s best-loved nursery rhymes to life to celebrate the 45th anniversary of Pam Adams’ best-selling book, There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly (April 10) with sing-along songs, colourful animals characters and lots of fun.

The Olivier-nominated musical based on Judith Kerr’s perennially popular book The Tiger Who Came To Tea (April 16-23) arrives at Lighthouse direct from the West End.

The stunning stage adaptation revels in the teatime mayhem when a tiger turns up at the door just as Sophie and her mummy are sitting down to tea. As an egg-stra special Easter Sunday treat, Louis Pearl aka The Amazing Bubbleman (April 20) will show why, for more than 30 years, he has been leaving audiences dumbfounded with his spellbinding bubble tricks, from fog-filled, helium-propelled rocket bubbles to his famous tornado bubbles, the show will conjure shrieks of laughter and gasps of wonder from audiences of all ages. To book, visit lighthousepoole.co.uk