My excitement about trying out a new, gallery-based activity was pretty evenly matched by a fairly strong sense of foreboding.
Everything here was child-friendly provided Bab didn’t spend so long playing with it that she found ways for it to not be.
I can comment on things like ambience and croissant quality – and really does anything else actually matter when you think about it?
Soak up some culture with your under-5s with vibrant kids’ theatre, creative gallery sessions and immersive music mornings.
There seem to be surprisingly few children’s art sessions that take place in an actual gallery setting, in the presence of actual art.
Thank God for the amazing individuals convinced that grown-up fun tailored to kids is the future of sane parenting.
Your motley crew might be bored shitless by the museum itself but these immersive playgrounds are almost guaranteed to hold their attention.
I was initially a bit skeptical about the child-friendliness of an earsplitting indie concert held in a concrete basement in Shoreditch.
I was expecting at least a few rounds of Wind the Bobbin Up to warm up our vocal chords but thankfully we were spared such suffering.
Ultimately all you’re going to do is insert a paintbrush in their fist and grit your teeth while they splash paint indiscriminately at the wall.