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.
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.
Rebecca Connoll has lived in Victoria for four years and has a two-year-old son called Harvey. Before becoming a mum she worked as an early-years teaching assistant at an independent school.
If doing something other than watching Gilmore Girls in your pyjamas can help you feel something approaching normal it’s worth the sweat and tears.
This month, lose yourself in immersive theatre, get creative with gallery workshops, and check out new tot-friendly exhibitions.
I’ve learnt the hard, breaking-my-neck-tripping-over-the-crap way that less is more where kids’ stuff is concerned.
The coolest things to do with your littlest Londoners, from catching the latest releases together to getting pissed together (…sort of).
This is as family-friendly as exhibits come with its interactive design and costumes you can’t resist dressing your little Christopher Robin up in.
Now we’ve sampled the Dorchester of playgroups a morning at Tumble Tots doesn’t have quite the same allure.