Here is some monster-sized fun for all the family this October 2018 half term.
Trick or treat, there’s plenty to keep the whole family entertained this Halloween.
With half term already upon us, Minimaster is dedicated to keeping the kids happy over the school holidays so even if you’ve left plans to the very last minute, we’ve got you covered.
From thrilling theatre to spooktacular sports, magical music to freak-tastic family fun, the Minimaster guide is now organised with Halloween and half term in mind so you can have a fang-tastic day or night out.
Take the little ones to BODY WORLDS London where they will be in awe as they discover the beauty beneath the skin in a brand-new and immersive experience! With over 200 anatomical specimens revealing the magic and mysteries of what lies under the epidermis, you can wander through the original display of real human bodies at the iconic London Pavilion to see it all for yourself! BODY WORLDS is at 1 Piccadilly Circus until 30 April 2019. [Get tickets]
Embark on a whole new world of adventure at Disney’s Aladdin live in the West End. Witness a whole range of magical delights in this musical – from the iconic flying carpet, to the magic lamp to the incredible genie who grants our hero three magial wishes – you and your little ones will be in for the ride of your life. Disney’s Aladdin is currently playing at Prince Edward Theatre in London until March 2019 [Get tickets]
Why not take a trip to Oz to see the Wicked Witch ruling the West End this Halloween! Perfect for pre-teens and kids eager for their first large-scale West End show, Wicked tells the untold story of two sorcery students who grow up to become Glinda The Good and The Wicked Witch of the West. Sure to be a fun treat for Halloween, this magical musical is currently playing in the West End at the Apollo Victoria Theatre, as well as heading to Sunderland, Cardiff and Manchester on its UK tour. [Get tickets]
It’s been over 20 years since the wizarding world of Hogwarts and Harry Potter was first introduced to us Muggles. Now fans can fall in love with the magic all over again, this time live on stage in the West End production of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts 1 & 2. This spellbinding magic tale will keep fans of the original books and films compelled right from the very start. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts 1 & 2 is currently playing at Palace Theatre until July 2019. [Get tickets]
Diversity – Ignite
Diversity are partnering with Gandey World Class Production – one of the biggest touring circuses in the word – to combine street dance and circus to a whole new level. Ignite will be hitting cities around the UK in a touring 2,000-seat Big Top, delivering the true circus experience. With street dance, acrobatics, death-defying stunts, magic and feats of impossibility, Ignite is sure to leave audiences rethinking what they thought was humanly possible… Diversity – Ignite will be heading around the UK until 11 November 2018. [Get tickets]
See more great live entertainment for families and kids for half term and beyond at Ticketmaster.co.uk/minimaster.