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To celebrate Disney’s West End musicals Disney fans can visit a summer pop-up in Covent Garden this summer, exploring costumes and props and interactive experiences. The Disney in the West End Summer Pop-Up , which returns for a second year, will showcase four of Disney’s stage shows, including the The Lion King and Aladdin, Frozen–due to open [&hellip

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1. Visit the Children’s Garden in Kew Gardens In Kew Gardens, there’s a new Children’s Garden, which opened in May, and the beautifully-designed space is split into sections representing the four elements needed for plants to grow–sun, earth, air and water. In the air section of the garden, there are tall, colourful windmills, nature-themed swings [&hellip

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After surviving the London morning traffic and strolling into Kew Gardens, I felt I had truly escaped the city. We were surrounded by greenery and the pace seemed to slow down. At least until the gates opened to the Children’s Garden, and it was time for everyone in our session to show their wristbands to the [&hellip

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The Worst Witch at Vaudeville Theatre From 24 July to 8 September, Jill Murphy’s popular The Worst Witch books will be brought to life in a West End musical. The show tells the story about a girl called Mildred who finds herself in a school for witches, and stage adaptation by Emma Reeves, directed by Theresa Heskins, [&hellip

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One of my favourite memories from Big Boy’s 4th birthday party was seeing his face when we opened the white box with his birthday cake. It couldn’t have been more spot on, and it was easy to see that it was exciting to receive numerous compliments for his cake choice. The cake had been made [&hellip

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I try to remember to make the most of living in London, but the weeks run by so quickly with sports activities, birthdays and work. When I was invited to try The National Café at National Gallery I realised that I hadn’t actually properly explored this world-class art museum before, and I was eager to find [&hellip

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LaplandUK In my view, LaplandUK is the ultimate Father Christmas experience for London families. The attraction is located a stone throw from London on the Windsor Estate, and as part of the LaplandUK adventure families go on a journey through a magical winterland where little ones visit the toy factory, meet elves, join in Father [&hellip

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Workshop with children’s author Lizzy Stewart at Nomad Bookshop On Saturday 22 June at 2.30pm, Nomad Bookshop on Fulham Road is celebrating Independent Bookshop Week with a storytime and workshop with author and illustrator Lizzy Stewart, who wrote the award-winning picture book There’s a Tiger in the Garden and now has a new title out: The Way to Treasure [&hellip

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I regularly receive picture books to review, and here are three titles I’ve enjoyed with messages about creativity and imagination: The Woollies: Follow the Footprints by Kelly McKain (Oxford University Press, £6.99) Some of the books we’ve been reading again and again after receiving them to review have been The Woollies books written by Kelly [&hellip

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‘I love Garden Grill!’ By the end of our 8am breakfast at Garden Grill Restaurant in Epcot in April, six-year-old Big Girl declared she loved the place. Within the first 20 minutes of sitting down she had met four Disney characters–Chip, Dale, Mickey and Pluto–posed for photos with all of them and received their autographs. [&hellip

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