With Halloween night just a week away, there's plenty to do this October half-term. There's lots going on in the Greenwich area but if you fancy venturing out a little more, here are some of the best events that I've come across so far that's suitable for the whole family, some are free and some … Continue reading Family things to do this Halloween half term (in and around Greenwich)
Last week marked the opening of a new exhibition at The Fan Museum in Greenwich. Nestled along a row of Georgian homes on Crooms Hill, you'd be forgiven for thinking it was just another pretty house from looking at the building's exterior. The museum has been open since 1991 and is only a short walk … Continue reading #StreetFans: The Fan Museum’s latest exhibition on street art and fan-making
NB. This post contains affiliated links. Should a sale occur, I/my blog would receive a payment as a result of this. For more info on affiliate links, take a look at my disclaimer page. Music. Food. Fun. That's pretty much everything you would want or expect from a festival. When I received an email asking … Continue reading Review: On Blackheath Music Festival
The Hunting of the Snark is heading to Greenwich Theatre on Sunday 24th September following a West End run this summer. The production is based on Lewis Carroll’s poem and follows a ragtag gang of bold adventurers as they set off on a quest to catch the mythical Snark. The show is suitable for children … Continue reading The Hunting of the Snark is coming to Greenwich Theatre!
During August, Museum of London Docklands had put on a range of free events for the whole family. These included workshops like jewellery making and creating artwork as well as story-telling days and interactive workshops about the history of London's tunnels. The Tunnel: Archaeology of Crossrail exhibition displayed objects that were recovered from the construction dig … Continue reading Our day trip to the Museum of London Docklands
We all love a good beach holiday - fortunately living in London means we can easily jump on a train and head down to the coast in less than two hours (most of the time!) When there was just LO, I took him to Westgate-on-Sea with my friend and her daughter (you can read about our trip … Continue reading Our day trip to Westgate-on-Sea: My favourite UK beach for the kids