What's on this weekend? Plan your family weekend with the kids with our round up of what's on in London
Saturday 10th– Sunday 11th March 2018
We have heaps and heaps of inspiration for things to do in London this March weekend. The following events are all a&u recommended and should be on any parents' radar! Click on the headers and links for more info and to book:
Four dancing scientists come together in this incredibly funny family show to investigate the link between global warming and flatulence. Step inside the Windibops Laboratory to meet these amusing characters and experience all sorts of strange sounds and smells. Perfect for ages 3–7. Sunday, 11th March at 12pm and 3pm. Tickets: £9.95.
Museum of London Docklands is celebrating the release of Jacqueline Wilson's new book this Saturday (10th March). Wave Me Goodbye tells the story of Shirley, a girl from London's east end, whose life is turned upside down as the Blitz devastates London's Docklands. Although the meet and greet with Jacqueline Wilson is sold out now, families can still drop in and take part in fab workshops. Children can get crafty and make their own peg dolls and design their own suitcase and select their special treasures to pack. The events start at 11.30am. Suitable for ages 5+.
Head to the banks of river this Sunday to see hundreds of national and international crews of eight rowers race in this historic event. In case you didn't know the Head of the River Race is rowed annually in March from Mortlake to Putney on the Tideway in London. This year the race will start at 10.45am this Sunday.
For one weekend only the Men of the Northlands will gather around a great log fire and tell the tale of Noggin the Nog. Expect silly Vikings, puppets and live music. Perfect treat for all ages. Tickets: £15 adults, £10 children, £45 family.
A Tiger's Tale
Follow the unbelievable adventures of the travelling troupe all the way from South Africa to West Yorkshire. Find out what the acrobats and their adopted tiger cub get up to in this high-spirited production that combines circus and puppetry. You can catch the show this Saturday at Half Moon Theatre and this Sunday at the artsdepot. Suitable for ages 4+.
Harlequins Ladies vs Richmond FC will take place at The Twickenham Stoop on Saturday. The match will be a special one as Harlequin Ladies Rugby will attempt a world record to bring the biggest crowd for a women’s match outside of a Women’s Rugby World Cup Final. Tickets: £10 adults, £5 children.
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