Half term at the world-famous Royal Albert Hall involves:
Tales from the Shed - an interactive show full of colourful puppets, live songs and enchanting stories.
Nick Cope (former lead singer of chart-toppers The Candyskins) writes, records and performs music for children and has established a strong following of little and not-so-little people all over the world. He'll be bringing his own brand of acoustic folk-rock to the world of children’s music in this interactive concerts for families.
Tongue Fu for Kids - jam packed with word play, improv, participation and musical wizardry and delivered by poets, storytellers, rappers and the amazing Tongue Fu band, each show is unique and features stars of UK spoken word. Tongue Fu creator and frontman Chris Redmond is a regular at UK music and literature festivals and his experience as an educator includes work with CBBC, BBC 1Xtra and Apples & Snakes.
Albert’s Band regular half-term family concerts in the Hall’s Elgar Room. Conductor Kevin Hathway leads the mini-orchestra through a fun programme of music that will explore what we want to be when we grow up.
Tickets, time and pricing info here.