In the Bath Theatre Royal's award-winning Egg theatre for children, young people and their families there are events for children of all ages.
Those who have only just been born will be captivated by Cello Babies, a live performance which enchants babies by the sounds around them.
For those just a few months older, Shiny is a dazzling new dance show, while one to five year-olds will enjoy The Boat and the Moon which is brought to Bath by Italian company, La Baracca.
For the youngest audiences there is Not Now Bernard, based on David McKee's iconic picture book and How Cold My Toes, a magical journey through the seasons with Travelling Light.
Lyngo Theatre presents its take on the classic fairytale Jack and the Beanstalk, Hiccup Theatre presents Michael Rosen's new version of Pinocchio and PoetryJoe, star of CBeebie's Rhyme Rocket, presents The PoetryJoe Show.
Those who are a little older may enjoy A Boy and His Box, an adventure which begins with the stroke of a pen and Blast Off! a space adventure with the biggest band in the world, The Noisy Animals, brought to the Egg by innovative Bristol musician Kid Carpet in association with Bristol's Tobacco Factory and House.
In Rubbish animated figures are created from bags of discarded objects while 1001 Nights is a collection of some of the greatest folk tales ever told. The amazing voice comes to the fore in Uluzuzulalia while Bath Spa University's graduating acting students present The Jungle Book.
Tangere Arts presents a specially-adapted version of Chaucer's The Pardoner's Tale with live music and Danny Braverman presents his true, moving and funny show about the extraordinary cartoons he uncovered which were the lost art of his great uncle in Wot? No Fish!! and the Theatre Royal Bath's Young People's Theatre presents The Imaginaries a play which has been written by one of their own members, Gemma Dunnell.
For older children, Leonie Kate Higgins creates music live on stage in Bright Lights while Saikat Ahamed stars in The Tiger and the Moustache, which traces the story of the emerging nation of Bangladesh through his own family history.
This year's Storm on the Lawn production, held in the Ball Court at Prior Park College, will be Robin Hood.