Salisbury International Arts Festival has events to delight all ages during the school holidays and beyond.

Take your little ones on an unforgettable adventure with our top family highlights.

The pirates are coming to town for a Treasure Hunt on 12 June. Bring the whole family (landlubbers and all) to set sail on a pirate voyage around the city centre.

Follow an ancient map to discover island locations with nautical activities at each one, experience live shows, use your wit to solve clues, and maybe even win yourself some treasure.

Bring your friends and family on May 28 for Bemerton Beach Party on the Green.

The festival is hosting this free day out which will start with a Fun Run followed by an afternoon at the beach.

Come and enjoy a variety of entertainment, including street theatre, seaside sports, seaside crafts, tasty treats and much more.

The festival is coming to Tidworth on May 31. There will be free entertainment for the whole family, including performances, workshops, street theatre and more.

On May 28 ‘Marmalade’ fuses circus, music, and dance in a performance that can be enjoyed by tots as young as two, as well as parents and grandparents.

If you and your kids prefer to get hands-on, we recommend ‘Club Origami’ on May 30, an immersive and interactive dance show, that enables you to make some of your own paper creations.

Crafty kids and their grown ups can also enjoy Scrap Island at Salisbury Arts Centre on June 2 and 3 - will you make a desert island, a boat or a mystical animal that would be your ideal companion on an island?

The Rocketship Bookshop will be hosting author talks and signings throughout half term, so pop along and meet your favourite writers and maybe even be inspired to pen your own story.

Watch ‘Swallows and Amazons’ on May 31. On an idyllic summer holiday in the Lake District, the Walker children sail their boat to camp on a remote island, but soon realise that they are not alone.