The whole “it’s a playgroup on a bus lol” thing is its initial draw, but this is one you’ll return to again and again.
This month, pop along to pop-up performances, run riot in private squares and check out this summer’s most anticipated exhibitions.
Helpful staff, aesthetic beauty and a great mix of educational activities – not necessarily the things kids will care about but all so necessary for parents.
We spent a blissful hour post-play doing what we’d all secretly been itching to do whilst bleating along to Baa, Baa Black Sheep – running around in the sunshine up on the deck.
Stay on the sunny side up this Easter with toddler-friendly art installations, interactive baby theatre and egg-citing family festivals.
This month, lose yourself in immersive theatre, get creative with gallery workshops, and check out new tot-friendly exhibitions.
I know I have a tendency to over-romanticise when I really like something but seriously, this place has absolutely ruined us.
Resolve to have an exciting 2018 with family aerial classes, offbeat kids’ theatre and spectacular light shows to enchant young and old.
Now we’ve sampled the Dorchester of playgroups a morning at Tumble Tots doesn’t have quite the same allure.
It annoys me when these things advertise themselves as suitable for all ages when they actually mean suitable for over-twos.