What’s hot and happening in Sheffield? Check out our top-ten-pick for the best of what’s happening where you are this weekend...

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In the Night Garden Live, Igglepiggle, Upsy Daisy, Makka Pakka and their friends from the popular CBeebies show are brought to life with full-size costumes, enchanting music, magical puppets and spectacular panoramic projections, creating an immersive theatrical experience inside a special tented theatre, Orange Car Park, near the Oasis Food Court, Meadowhall, The two shows, Pinky Ponk Show and The Ninky Nonk Show, from Thursday, April 14, daily performances 9.30am, 11.15am, 1pm, 3.15pm and 5.30pm (except Tuesdays and April 29) until May 2 (£10 - £29.50). See pages 22 & 23 The Gruffalo’s Child, Tall Stories Theatre Company return to bring Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s picturebook sequel to life, Lyceum Theatre, Thursday, April 14, 1.30pm and 4pm, Friday, 10.30am, 1.30pm (£10.50 - £12.50).

Misery, Old Forge Productions with Stephen King’s grisly two-hander, Rotherham Arts Centre, Friday, 7.30pm (£9/ £7).

Last Laugh Comedy Club, Dave Ward comperes a line-up of Jamie Sutherland, Steve Shanyaski, Tom Wrigglesworth, plus food, late bar and disco, Memorial Hall, Friday and Saturday, 8pm, doors 7pm (£16).

Manor Lodge Open Days, Discovery Centre and historic site is open free every Friday, 10am to 4pm with new exhibitions, costumed interpreters and childrens’ activities. Small charge for tours of the restored Turret House.

Italian Market, range of authentic Italian speciality foods and products on offer, Fargate, Friday and Saturday, 9.30am-5pm.

Car Boot Sale, refreshments available, Norton House Country Club, Norton Lane, Saturday, 10am (£5 cars. no vans or traders, 2745433).

Sheffield Country Market, sells homebaking, preserves and honey, homegrown plants and seasonal produce fresh from local kitchens and gardens, along with handcrafted cards and gifts, plus café serving tea, coffee and scones, Scout HQ, Spooner Road, Broomhill, Saturdays, 9am to noon.

Farmers Market, variety of craft stalls selling handcrafted items of jewellery, glass, ceramics, paintings and many other Christian gifts, plus the Whirlow Hall Farm trust, Finishing Touches wooden outdoor furniture, Riverford Organics, Scarecrow Patch Ostrich Farm and Moss Valley fine meats, along with cakes, jams, fruit, vegetables and chocolate, Norton St James Church, Saturday, 10am-2pm.

Spring Fun Day, awareness raising event hosted by Wildlife Trust for Sheffield and Rotherham to launch the public appeal for Greno Woods with activities and fun for all the family which will include Easter egg hunts and craft activities, or just enjoy the opportunity to explore the beautiful woodlands, Greno Woods, Grenoside, Saturday, 11am to 4pm

Vintage Fair, quality vintage clothing, accesories, homeware and records on sale plus DJs and live music outside (weather depending) from Mexican Kids at Home and James Tait, The Washington, Fitzwilliam Street, Saturday, 12-5pm. Sungazing Live, view the sun safely through Sheffield Astronomical Society’s specialist equipment and learn some fascinating things about our nearest star, suitable for all age groups, Mayfield Environmental Centre, David Lane, Fulwood, Saturday, drop in 2pm-6pm (check hotline 07841 783140 for weather conditions).