Check out these seven playscapes with no intention of letting you forget where you are.
Arty things. Family things. Immersive things. Random things. Things to book. Things not to book. THINGS (I’ve really missed things).
This month, wrap up warm and enjoy outdoor light installations, wintry trails and magical ice rinks… or cuddle up at home with some festive (virtual) theatre.
The capital’s most innovative, aesthetically pleasing, exciting and often downright weird children’s playgrounds.
This month’s picks include Kinska’s ceramic universe, Olafur Eliasson’s immersive world and a colourful family day at the Barbican.
This month: light labyrinths, queer spaces, artificial intelligence, edible art, LEGO art, angsty art and a giant moon sculpture.
25 ways to entertain culture-hungry little Londoners without spending a penny, by Kerri Burton
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.
My excitement about trying out a new, gallery-based activity was pretty evenly matched by a fairly strong sense of foreboding.
What?: London-based chain of boutique charity shops all beautifully designed and curated to create a thrift-store experience like no other. Expect top-notch, barely used baby equipment, lightly loved picture books, high-end toys and rails chock-full of quality designer and high-street clothing