London's Calling: Keeping boys entertained in the capital this Easter
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:
- 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.
- 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.
- 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 and rabbit mask workshops at William Morris Society in W6 sounds right up our street. 12th April 2-4pm
- In Chelsea, the newly refurbished National Army Museum has 45-minute book-ahead workshops in constructing and manipulating robotic arms every day until the 17th
- Somerset House is spending three days exploring the psychology and possibilities of games with Now Play This on 7–9 April (also wildlife drawing session).
- 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: 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.
- 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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