The capital’s most innovative, aesthetically pleasing, exciting and often downright weird children’s playgrounds.
I always feel slightly uncomfortable about members’ clubs and their keeping-out-the-riffraff vibes, so this felt like a nice, inclusive alternative.
I went along with being made to feel like I was really lucky for being granted entry when really I just wanted to tell her to shove it up her bum.
Raising tiny Londoners wouldn’t be half as hilarious without all the family-friendly hangouts, independent kids’ shops and tailored-to-tots activities that we’ve all missed like crazy over these last few miserable months.
The museum’s literal and metaphorical centrepiece is the Coronis, a narrowboat built by the same company that built the Titanic.
I wanna dance with my kid – and when I say dance I mean wobble around awkwardly trying to avoid eye contact incase someone senses my discomfort.
This month’s picks include Kinska’s ceramic universe, Olafur Eliasson’s immersive world and a colourful family day at the Barbican.
This month’s highlights include secret gardens, colourful pavilions, a rooftop rave and womb-inspired theatre.
This month: light labyrinths, queer spaces, artificial intelligence, edible art, LEGO art, angsty art and a giant moon sculpture.
When the smoke, sirens and society in general become suffocating, get yourself down to one of the capital’s many city farms.