If you're stuck for ideas of what to do this weekend, here are 10 things to do in Workington.

1. Lakes Escapes

The live escape room welcomes groups of between two to six people. The concept is simple: escape the room in one hour. However, to succeed players must solve a series of puzzles and codes hidden throughout the room. There are different themed rooms to suit a wide range of people.

2. Opera Bingo

Situated in the middle of Workington town centre, Opera Bingo offers a fun-filled Bingo experience for over-18s. The main session starts at 2.55pm on Saturday and at 2.40pm on Sunday.

3. The Ritz Cinema

The newly opened independent cinema in the heart of Workington town centre is showing all the latest blockbusters this weekend. The Batman, Uncharted, Sing 2, Death on the Nile and Ron's Gone Wrong are all being screened.

4. Workington Leisure Centre

The leisure centre has a 90 station gym with Technogym equipment, a 25m and 15m pool, a sports hall, two squash courts, outdoor 3G football pitches and two multi-purpose studios with a range of fitness classes including Power Pump, Total Body Conditioning, Extreme Interval Fitness, Group cycle, Aerobics, Core Stability, Circuits and Boxfit.

5. Carnegie Theatre & Arts Centre

The historic Carnegie Theatre and Arts Centre is one of Workington's much loved buildings. This weekend Karen Starkey School of Dance will be performing 'Waiting in the Wings' on Saturday at 7pm and on Sunday at 2.30pm.

6. Washington Square Shopping Centre

The award-winning retail centre promises a big city shopping experience in the heart of Workington. Washington Square boasts a mix of popular high street stores and local businesses, offering everything from fashion, home accessories, beauty products and tasty treats.

7. Dunmail Park Shopping Centre

The shopping centre at Siddick, Workington, offers a friendly atmosphere and unique combinations of shops. Dunmail Park benefits from over 500 car parking spaces which are free to use by customers.

8. The Helena Thompson Museum

This elegant Georgian house which stands next to Workington Hall is a grade two listed building and was left to the people of Workington for use as a museum by the late Helena Thompson.The museum reflects the history, industry, culture and social life of the area and has become a focal point for many organisations and hobby groups.

9. Monkey Madhouse

Let the kids run wild at the large children's soft play centre in Workington, which is open Saturday and Sunday 10am-12pm and 12.30-2.30pm.

10. Workington Library

The town's library on Vulcans Lane offers a range of books to browse and borrow, PC access, printing, storysacks, dementia bags, reading group loans and there's also a cafe run by Cafe West.