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March/April: Theatre & entertainment

We round up some exciting theatre and entertainment in London this March/April. 29 March – 19 April At the End Of Everything Else When her best friend, a little yellow bird named Tito, goes missing, Icka puts her inventive mind to the test and sets off on a mission over land and sea to save him. […]

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Calling all adventurous little ones…

Baby and toddler food experts, Ella’s Kitchen, is creating a totally incredible, edible experience for little taste explorers to enjoy. Created to celebrate the launch of the ‘my little BIG meals’ range, the super-secret taste adventure is designed to introduce little ones to a world of scrummy fruit and delicious veg, and features a whole host […]

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The great outdoors

Until 31 March The Big Barbican Adventure Explore the Barbican in this do-it-yourself adventure trail for families. Set off to discover the secrets of the Barbican through cryptic clue solving, drawing and games. Age: 6+ Tickets: Free Where? Barbican Centre, EC2Y 8DS www.barbican.org.uk All year round Winter walk to Ham House Take a winter walk to Ham House […]

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Arts & Crafts

1Feb Create a Masterpiece Explore the world of traditional Chinese art and create a masterpiece of your own to takeaway with you at this art drop in. Age: 5-11 Where? Museum of London Docklands, EC2Y 5HN www.museumoflondon.org.uk/  18 – 21 Feb Amazing Animals A week of fun craft activities inspired by animals at the Geffrye Museum. Be […]

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The great indoors

Until 31st January Illustration Cupboard Winter Exhibition Now in its eighteenth year, the Illustration Cupboard’s annual Winter Exhibition includes classic and contemporary book illustration, and film animation artwork. Examples by Quentin Blake, EH Shepard, Inga Moore, Edward Ardizzone and Anthony Browne are on show. Tickets: Free Where? The Illustration Cupboard, SW1Y 6AL www.illustrationcupboard.com 15 – 17 Feb […]

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Theatre & Entertainment

8 Feb – 9 March Hannah Hannah gets frustrated with the little things; her mum, on the other hand, is out at work, trying to save the world. But then Hannah’s life is turned upside down and there are some very big decisions to be made. Based on Marlowe’s Dr Faustus, Hannah questions right and […]

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