Microsoft holds regular events (for parents and children) at their Oxford Street store. The calendar is updated regularly and highlights over the next few weeks include: Minecraft Hour of Code Code your own video game with MakeCode Arcade Harry Potter Kano Coding Understanding Cyberbullying Make your own movie with 3D and mixed reality Start your […]
The Postal Museum’s new temporary exhibition, The Great Train Robbery: Crime and The Post, shines a light on the victims of this infamous crime and the involvement of the Post Office Investigation Branch in tracing the perpetrators of the Great Train Robbery and other crimes. A largely unknown organisation and one of the oldest units […]
To celebrate the opening of the Clore Learning Centre – London’s newest destination for architectural learning – Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) is holding a free festival for families. Creative workshops led by architects, artists and educators will range from exploring the effect buildings have on our physical and mental health, to looking at […]
Let your Little Monsters go wild with a Halloween Breakfast Bash at Hard Rock Cafe London. Join the Hard Rock ghoulish gang for an authentic American Buffet Breakfast, alongside spooktacular fun and games, including an interactive “make your own doughnut” bar. From pumpkins to black cats, there’ll be sprinkles and icing on hand to create […]
The artists that are holding this activity don’t use their hands to paint, we bet this will be the most creative and fun painting experience you will ever had. From learning how to paint a masterpiece with just your toes to becoming Picasso with just your mouth, the experts from the Mouth and Foot Painting […]
It’s so cold in Nunavut that the moon has frozen. A greedy dragon has gobbled every fire and every light, leaving only the white glow of the frozen moon. Under the dazzling aurora and glittering stars, Amka’s family huddle together, fishing for eels and knitting plenty of hats. In this heartwarming tale, a young girl […]
Take the kids to a children’s pizza making classes where they’re welcomed with a soft drink and snacks and then get a chance to decorate their own chef’s hat before creating their pizza. At the end of the class, they will be presented with a personalised certificate. Adults also welcome. Tickets from £25. Book here.