1 Topical trio, the Hormonal Housewives, are blasting their witty way through a catalogue of women’s topics including: men, mood swings, sex, social media and more.

No subject is taboo for stars Vicki Michelle, Josephine Partridge and Julie Coombe as the challenges of modern womanhood are sliced, diced and put to rights.

The trio are appearing at the Coro this Friday at 7.30pm.

Tickets are £26 and available on The Coronation Hall website as well as at the box office.

2 The Sir John Barrow Monument in Ulverston is opening for the season this Saturday.

The famous landmark is opening its doors for Easter weekend for residents to view the spectacular views across Ulverston.

Admission is free, but donations are very much appreciated to help with the upkeep of the monument.

3 Dalton Cricket Club are hosting an Ultimate Pop Party this Friday.

There will be a kid’s disco, games, prizes and glitter makeup.

The event is from 1-3pm and tickets are £3.

4 Ulverston Canal Easter Egg Trail continues this weekend.

Decorated plywood Eggs and Rabbits will line Ulverston’s canal towpath, created by local schools, businesses and shops.

Trial sheets are available for this free event at www.ulverstoncrg.co.uk.

5 Barrow Market Hall is hosting a fun-filled Easter Market Event this Saturday.

Partakers will get to meet the Easter bunny, enjoy a free face-painting session whilst shopping in Barrow market.

The event is on from 10am-1pm.

6 Award-winning Youth Theatre Company A590 present their 2019 production of Footloose.

Based on the classic movie starring Kevin Bacon, the show tells the story of a city boy trying to understand small-town USA.

The production takes place on Thursday 25 - Saturday 27 April at The Forum.

7 Cartmel Food Market are continuing their hugely popular county market today, featuring the finest food from around the area.

The market takes place on the third Friday of every month, from 10am to 4pm.

For further details, call David Unsworth on 015395 36025.

8 Millerbeck Light Railway are hosting an Easter Bank Holiday open day this weekend.

Visitors of all ages are welcome to join in and enjoy the railway’s beautiful location.

The railway runs up to five passenger trains at the same time, offering a selection of steam, diesel, and electric locomotives.

The Easter bunny will also be making a special appearance for any younger guests.

The event will be on this Sunday and Monday from 11am to 4.30pm.

9 Kick Off 4 Mental Health are hosting a free Easter Egg Hunt in Barrow Park for the third year running.

DW Fitness Barrow will also be running a raffle in aid of Kick Off 4 Mental Health as well as a free interactive activity.

The event is on this Monday from 10am to noon.

10 Ulverston parkrun continues this weekend.

People of all ages and abilities are invited to take on the 5km course this Saturday.

The event takes place at 9am at Ford Park in Ulverston.