This month, pop along to pop-up performances, run riot in private squares and check out this summer’s most anticipated exhibitions.
Adam, AKA Bab Dad, has lived in Hampstead for two and a half years. He’s a doctor and dad to Bab, 2, and Margot the cat, 3.
25 ways to entertain culture-hungry little Londoners without spending a penny, by Kerri Burton
Sally Webb writes London parenting blog Milk at the Museum, having previously worked as a Tour Guide at the Churchill War Rooms and an Image Sales and Licensing Executive at IWM. She lives in Walthamstow and has two children: Ivy, 3, and Tom, 1.
Alana Wilson has lived in Bush Hill Park, Enfield, for 18 months. She is a primary school teacher and English lead and has a one-year-old daughter called Esme Clover.
From child-led playgroups to parent-focused gigs; lively mummy-and-me yoga classes to calm, childcare-inclusive mothers’ retreats – we give you the definitive, tried-and-tested top 100 activities for little Londoners and their adults.
Sarah Issuree works as a part-time Latin teacher at a prep school in Knightsbridge. She has lived in Brockley for 11 months and has a 15-month-old daughter called Theodora and an eight-year-old step-daughter called Ava.
This month, salute the spring with outdoor puppet shows, dragon trails and festivals – then escape the rain with indoor theatre, pop-ups and interactive art.
Huma Qureshi has lived in Crouch End for five years and has three sons: Suffian (4), Sina (nearly 3) and Jude (7 months). Huma owns online lifestyle store Our Story Time and previously worked as a Guardian journalist.
Joanne Finney has lived in Barnes and East Sheen for about 10 years. She works as a journalist on women’s magazines and has a 16-month-old son called Kit.