THERE is always something to do in Bolton.

Each week we look for fun things on offer in and around town that might take your fancy.

This week there is plenty on offer to entertain at the theatre and a couple of things to get you and your children out and active.

Check out our round up of five things to do in Bolton this week below:

Revisiting a classic

The Bolton News:

ARE you hoping to dance all night?

Farnworth Performing Arts Company will perform My Fair Lady over four days at the Albert Halls in Bolton Town Hall.

The company are revisiting the musical which was first performed by them at St James’ School in Farnworth almost 40 years ago.

My Fair Lady tells the story of Eliza Doolittle, a cockney flower seller originally played on Broadway by Julie Andrews, and her transformation into a woman of sophistication.

It is based on the play Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw and was adapted into a musical by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe

The amateur performances start at 7.30pm on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. There will be a matinee show at 2.30pm on Saturday.

Silver Screening

BOLTON Central Library have a free screening of popular mystery film The Sense of an Ending on Wednesday.

The 2017 drama, starring Jim Broadbent and Charlotte Rampling, tells the story of a business owner forced to face his past.

The Silver Screening show begins at 2pm in the lecture theatre and all are welcome to attend.

Explore Peter Rabbit trail

The Bolton News:

FIND Flopsy, Mopsy, Cottontail and Peter this week.

From Monday April 8 to Friday April 12, Moss Bank Park are hosting a Peter Rabbit Trail where families can search for the famous Beatrix Potter character and his friends.

The event will take place at the Hive with a £1 charge per person.

All proceeds will be donated to the Lancashire Wildlife Trust.

The Dresser

TAKE a trip to the theatre this week to see Ronald Harwood’s The Dresser.

The 1980 West End play can be seen in Bolton. It starts its run on Monday at Bolton Little Theatre.

Staring Peter Scofield in the role of lead actor ‘Sir’ and Gary Carroll as Norman ‘The Dresser,’ the play explores the relationship of an ageing actor and his faithful dresser against the backdrop of World War II.

The revival runs from Monday 8 to Saturday 13 April and tickets are £10 from the box office.

Offers at trampoline park

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Jump Xtreme, the popular play centre in Trinity Retail Park has reopened after suffering smoke damage from a blaze in the neighbouring Yusha Ninja building.

There are several special offers running Monday to Friday this week which are perfect for entertaining the kids in the Easter break.

Children can have a one hour jumping session between 4-6pm and a free meal for £10.

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