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Kids in London – Farmyard fun at “What the ladybird heard” at Richmond Theatre

Saturday 5th of July 2014
I felt a bit left out while waiting for my tickets – everyone else seemed to have either a buggy (the ground floor bar had been converted into a buggy park for the event) or a babe in arms. But when the rest

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Kids in London – Superb storytelling at “Twelfth Night re-imagined for everyone 6+” at Regent’s Open Air Theatre

Saturday 28th of June 2014
When the sun shines there is no better way to spend an afternoon in London than at Regent’s Park open air theatre. Yesterday was a fabulous example – and designed especially for kids. I’d spent some the rest

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Kids in London - Fun and games at The Last Frontier Alaskan seafood pop up in Pimlico

Monday 23rd of June 2014
I was lured with a promise of al fresco cookery and culture lessons and a whole lot of Alaskan seafood. And I certainly wasn’t disappointed on that front.

I lusted over shimmering silver salmon the rest

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Kids in London – Green space and playground at Paddington Street Gardens

Friday 13th of June 2014
If you find yourself stuck in Central London with small people, it’s good to know where the parks are so that you can grab a breather while the kids burn off some energy playing. The other day I was the rest

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Kids in London - Peppa Pig and friends at Richmond Theatre

Saturday 17th of May 2014
I borrowed my neighbour’s daughter who is six and a quarter year’s old to join lots of other small people – many of which were somewhat younger – to see Peppa Pig’s Big Splash. Not being an expert, I the rest

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Kids in London - Yurts, bees and outside eating at The Skip Garden in King’s Cross

Saturday 17th of May 2014
When my kids were little I encouraged them into gardening activities with promises of “slow magic”. But at The Skip Garden it really is an adventure. There’s a sizeable yurt (Mongolian tent) for when the rest

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Swords, technology and real soldiers and horses at The Household Cavalry Museum

Friday 11th of April 2014
Every visitor to and resident of London has probably been to see the changing of the guard. It’s one of London’s most famous things-to-see. But who knew that you could take a peek behind the scenes the rest

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Divergent – Tomorrow’s girl power?

Sunday 6th of April 2014
After reading the novel, I recommended it to my teen daughter – who read it quickly and then consumed the two subsequent parts of the trilogy. As soon as she knew it was being made into a film, I was the rest

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Kids in London – The Cartoon Museum, Holborn

Saturday 15th of March 2014
This tiny museum which opened in 2006 – just a stone’s throw from The British Museum (Holborn or Tottenham Court Road tube stations) – is easily missed as it is on side turning on Little Russell the rest

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Kids in London – Crane Park river fun and a shot tower

Monday 3rd of March 2014
Tear the kids away from their technology and gadgets and get them out for some fresh air.

This park follows the path of a river (actually it’s The Duke of Northumberland’s Crane river, Mill stream the rest

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Kids in London - Half term heaven at Eddie Catz in Putney and Wimbledon

Saturday 15th of February 2014
Half term is here and the weather is nasty. But fear not frantic parents – I’ve found a fabulous place offering all sorts of activities for little ones up to 10 years of age.

I popped into Eddie the rest

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Kids in London – V&A Museum of Childhood in Bethnal Green

Monday 3rd of February 2014
The smart modern exterior of the building hides a fabulous collection of toy exhibits, an assortment of hands-on play activities for small people and an interesting history.
The foyer has some the rest

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Kids in London – Unicorn Theatre’s marvellous “The Pardoner’s Tale”

Wednesday 22nd of January 2014
Chaucer and children don’t mix. Wrong.

This fabulous production will hook every child. I know because I sat with around 200 of them from three school groups - from seven year olds in their the rest

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Kids in London – Gone fishing!

Thursday 12th of December 2013
Despite being a born and bred Londoner, when I was a kid my dad used to take me fishing. A lot. As I grew up I would take myself on the bus from Fulham to Kingston and happily pull out all manner of the rest

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Hooked on Henry Winkler and the entire cast of Peter Pan at Richmond Theatre

Tuesday 10th of December 2013
While we waited for the fun to start, Cockney characters talked to members of the audience and had us laughing and shouting. Small people everywhere were waving their flashing toys (hooks, swords, the rest

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First Christmas lecture at the National Physical Laboratory, Teddington and future fun science events for kids

Friday 6th of December 2013
Having taken my daughter to the NPL’s fabulous “Protons for breakfast” series of lectures a few years ago I managed to sign up for tickets to the first Christmas Science Lecture (suitable for kids the rest

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Kids in London - Plant whisperers, fire gardens and light shows at Kew Garden’s new Illuminated Trail

Friday 29th of November 2013
The walk from Richmond train station was vigorous, but as we were chatting the time passed quickly. As we waited to collect our tickets at Victoria Gate, the Salvation Army band played some jolly the rest

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Kids in London – Night time adventures at the Enchanted Woodland in Syon Park

Monday 25th of November 2013
My eight year old companion and I arrived at Syon Park in West London around 6pm on Saturday evening to visit the eighth annual Enchanted Woodland illuminated trail at the home of the Duke of the rest

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Kids in London – Inspire your young pilots to fly a Typhoon with the RAF at the Science Museum

Wednesday 9th of October 2013
It was a school night. But when I mentioned to a nine year old friend that he could try out TWO flight simulators (a brand new one for a Typhoon and a 360 degree ride), enjoy a 3D flying experience the rest

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Kids in London - Get your Golden Ticket to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Wednesday 21st of August 2013
As we stepped into the grand atrium of the Theatre Drury Lane, the children behind us were singing “We’re going to the theatre, We’re going to the theatre”. Now I’m not the greatest lover of musicals the rest

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