5 of North London’s Best Theatres for Kids

Chickenshed Chickenshed is a pioneering and inclusive company that makes beautiful and inspirational theatre. They bring together people of all ages and from all backgrounds to produce outstanding theatre that entertains, inspires, challenges and informs both audiences and participants alike. Chickenshed runs children’s and youth theatres for over 800 young people, operates three nationally accredited... Continue Reading →

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Best Family Friendly Afternoon Teas in London

Best Family Friendly Afternoon Teas in London https://youtu.be/1-8LbiVjmXc So it's the simple things in life that matter right ? Well I have a feeling that at least 50% of the planet can't make a really good (builders in my case) cup of tea, so with that in mind, I'm sharing tips from the top people... Continue Reading →

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5 Best Family Events to Book at The Royal Albert Hall

A packed Royal Albert Hall at a BBC Proms concert © Chris ChristodoulouOpened in 1871 to fulfil Prince Albert’s vision of a central hall to promote the arts and sciences, the Hall is a registered charity that remains true to his founding ambitions. It hosts over 400 events a year in its secondary space, the Elgar... Continue Reading →

5 Facts About The Wonderful Gifford’s Circus

Cover photo and images credit : Hywel Jenkins Are you joining the  'My Culture Club'  group trip on Friday 8th July to see this wonderful troupe of circus entertainers at Chiswick House? Because you are more than welcome to (leave a comment below if you want a ticket). Now the formal invitation is out the way, I... Continue Reading →

5 Family Things To Do at the Tate Modern

1. BESPOKE FAMILY TOURS It goes without saying you should book onto one of the bespoke Tate Tour events I am running at My Culture Club. You can choose from family friendly private tours for under 5's, for older kids and then for everyone (1 hr in duration). I run them monthly, and the next... Continue Reading →

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