Storycraft is simply a story followed by a craft, and unfortunately its simplicity is what killed it for us.
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.
As parents of preschoolers we’re the ones who are going to be reading the books, so we might as well pick ones we’re all going to appreciate.
We spent a blissful hour post-play doing what we’d all secretly been itching to do whilst bleating along to Baa, Baa Black Sheep – running around in the sunshine up on the deck.
Sofie Eliasson-Brown moved to West Greenwich last summer, having spent a couple of years in San Francisco and many in East London before that. She has an 18-month old son called Viggo and another baby boy due in July.
Bryony Lester has lived in Stoke Newington for 11 years, having moved there straight from university. She is a Senior Brand Manager and has a one-year-old daughter called Nel.
Jo Arteaga lives in Highbury & Islington and been an Islingtonian for over six years. She is a Senior Advertising Creative and has a 16-month-old daughter called Miranda.
Hannah Mearns is a hypnobirthing teacher and is studying to be a nutritional therapist. She has lived in Forest Hill on and off for 25 years and is mum to Zoe, 18 months.
This month, lose yourself in immersive theatre, get creative with gallery workshops, and check out new tot-friendly exhibitions.
Bab was in such a grump Peppa Pig could have turned up with a mobile sweet shop and told her to help herself and she still wouldn’t have been in the mood.