What's On this Weekend 15/16 June

What's on this weekend? Plan your family weekend with the kids with our round up of what's on in London 15th–16th June

We have heaps and heaps of inspiration for things to do in London this weekend. The following events are all a&u recommended and should be on everyone's radar. Click on the headers and links for more info and to book: 

Airfix Tanks at the National Army Museum

airfix tanks nat army museum

This Father's Day, spend some family time together and get hands-on and build your own model tank at an Airfix workshop at the National Army Museum. Suitable for ages 8+Sunday, 16 June. 12–3pm. £10.

The Marylebone Summer Festival

A glorious family bonanza with heaps of kids' activities including a pop-up petting zoo, live music, gift stalls, vintage funfair  and smoothie bikes. Film night on 15 June with street event on 16 June, 11am–8pm. 

marylebone summer festival 2019

The London Seafood Festival

There are lots of fishy goings on at Battersea Power Station this weekend in a riverside festival with street food, live music, live cooking demos with some of the UK’s top chefs, kids entertainment, mermaids and more.

Somerset House

The Tempest at Orange Tree Theatre

tempest orange tree theatre

On Prospero’s island, nothing is quite what it seems! When the King’s boat is caught up in a supernatural shipwreck, all the survivors – even Trinculo the clown – must face their demons and hope for forgiveness. Shakespeare’s magical tale of betrayal and hope explored for a younger audience. Suitable for ages 5+. Tickets £8. Saturday, 15 June. 10.30am.

Yellow is the Colour of Sunshine at artsdepot

yellow is the colour artsdepot

A new play told in words, sign, colours, music and movement about feelings, emotions, empathy and how we  communicate. Award-winning writer Brendan Murray collaborates with tutti frutti to enchant families at the artsdepot. Sunday, 16th June. 11am and 2pm. Ages 3+.

Children's Summer Classes at the RAD

children's summer classes rad

Get your dancing shoes on and join the Royal Academy of Dance for its lovely children’s summer classes, perfect for ages 4–7. Running from 22 July–2 August, children will use their imagination to create an original dance, ending with a lively presentation for parents. Last year there were seaside shenanigans, superheroes in training, and a safari adventure! Booking ends Monday, 17 June.

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