April 04, 2017

I'm sure it was only half term the other day. That said, the boys seem exhausted and with no childcare to speak of this holidays I am relieved that London has out done itself with things to entertain restless boys. Now just to pick which ones we should do. This is my long list:

Moomins at Kew Gardens 

  • The Moomins are coming to Kew Gardens - we saw them on the Southbank and can't wait to see them at Kew. There are craft workshops, trails and even a puppet show. Sounds like it is time to get that membership.

Wetlands London

  • There is a giant duck hunt going on at the Barnes Wetlands, alongside celebrity designed Dusty Ducks from Aardman Studios - pick your favourite. Don't miss the otter feed.

The Twits

  • We love Roald Dahl so will do our best to get last minute tickets to The Twits at the Rose theatre in Kingston. Until 16th April

Egg Decoupage

  • Egg decoupage and rabbit mask workshops at William Morris Society in W6 sounds right up our street. 12th April 2-4pm

Robotics and National Army Museum

Somerset House

Circus Skills

  • Circus Skills? Can adults sign up? Day and week long workshops in Hammersmith and Richmond sound too good to be true

The Art of the Brick

  • The Art of The Brick: DC Super Heroes is running now until the end of the summer and sees over 2,000,000 pieces of lego to create everyones favourite super heroes. The Southbank is such a great spot, there is plenty to see and do after the exhibition.

Acton Depot

  • We'll be back at school by the end of April but the Acton Depot is open revealing the secrets of the underground, so if your gang love trains - get your ticket now.

 Where are you going? What have we missed? Let us know





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