This month’s picks include Kinska’s ceramic universe, Olafur Eliasson’s immersive world and a colourful family day at the Barbican.
Our waitress was adorable and even offered to cut up Babu’s croissant when I was busy feeding the baby.
We were pleasantly overwhelmed by the variety of activities, from stop-motion animation and a make-up masterclass to pointe-shoe up-cycling and conducting.
This month: light labyrinths, queer spaces, artificial intelligence, edible art, LEGO art, angsty art and a giant moon sculpture.
From immersive karaoke and a Disney/ska mashup show to skate-deck design and piñata making workshops, this month is all about trying new things.
Infinitely more civilised than letting your toddlers squabble over bricks at your nearest LEGO store.
A life-size Tiger perched smugly at the table, ready to be photographed by each and every parent in attendance
This month, get mindful with children’s yoga, a wellbeing weekend, thoughtful art workshops and powerful theatre.
This free-flow workshops was perfect with its floor-based activities, including boxes to rummage in, costumes to try on and materials to create with.
Giving toddlers something to make a loud noise with is a crucial measure in making sure they don’t disappear forever into the museum’s infinite loop of galleries.