Jam Circus might sound vaguely menstrual, but this Brockley favourite is rather more welcome than a visit from Aunt Flo.
Running space and crowd control alone are enough to make this museum toddler-friendly – screw the potentially terrifying subject matter.
The kids’ play area, despite being popularly referred to as ‘soft play’ is in fact anything but, consisting of a brightly painted half-pipe situation and a few concrete shapes.
Soak up some Dutch culture in one of the city’s family-friendly museums, refuel with coffee and a kaastosti at one of its chic play cafes and fill your suitcase with locally made treasures from one of its many stylish kids’ boutiques.
The toy selection is small and so covetable the idea of collecting the whole lot doesn’t feel entirely unreasonable.
Unlike other parent-focused cafes, 36 falls more into the category of ‘coffee shop with a play area’ than ‘play cafe’.
What?: The Whitechapel Gallery’s Crib Notes events for under-fours and their carers are sporadic to say the least. We’d already […]
Going out with the urchins under the pretence that you’re a nice normal family often serves as a startling reminder that the opposite is true.
Thank God for the amazing individuals convinced that grown-up fun tailored to kids is the future of sane parenting.
I was initially a bit skeptical about the child-friendliness of an earsplitting indie concert held in a concrete basement in Shoreditch.