Eyes down for some of the other events trying to tempt you away from the sofa this week...
> You’ll be hopping mad if you miss the Bunny Bonanza and Easter Eggstravaganza at Hula Animal Rescue on Sunday.
The Rabbit Welfare Association will be on hand to share tips, and there will be a special presentation on how to care for your rabbits.
The traditional pooch parade will happen at 2.30pm, and seeing as how this is an Easter bash, a bonnet competition and egg hunt are both on the cards.
The bash, at Glebe Farm in Aspley Guise, will run between 1pm and 4pm and admission is £2.
Get more information from www.hularescue.org
> At MK Gallery tomorrow, a Collaborate Family Workshop is being hosted between 10am and midday, and again between 2 and 4pm, for children aged 7 years + and their families.
Youngsters will have their imaginations fired by artists Anna Sikorska and Nir Segal by thinking about the shapes, colours and patterns of their favourite foods before turnning their imaginary dinner plates into a stunning painting.
Food for thought in the most literal of senses, then.
Sessions are free, but spaces are limited.
Visit www.mkgallery.org to secure yours.
> The Three Hares Gallery – located within Olney’s Cowper and Newton Museum – is currently hosting an exhibition of work by Jeff Spivak and Keiko Shimodo.
The Pillow Book of Sei Shonagon continues through to April 30.
It opens daily between 1.30am and 4.30pm.
> It’s not only Paul B Rainey (above) who is promoting a page-turner this week.
Fellow MK writers Mark Stubbs, Jason Down and Mary Pearce will all be signing at the London book fair in Olympia, this Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
> Musical Revue Some Enchanted Evening is being hosted at The Venue in Milton Keynes on Saturday.
Enjoy all your favourite songs from the musicals familiar to Broadway and the West End.
There are two chances to view – at 2pm or 7.30pm.
To book visit www.venuemk.com