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What's On this Weekend 16/17 March

What's on this weekend? Plan your family weekend with the kids with our round up of what's on in London 16th–17th March

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: 

Wonder Women Family Sunday at the Royal Opera House

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©2018 ROH. Photograph by Laura Aziz

Celebrate the brilliant ladies who have been instrumental in the work of The Royal Opera and The Royal Ballet this Sunday at the Royal Opera House. Tickets cost £10 for adults and £8 for children and can be bought in advance or on the day. The event is suitable for children aged 3–10. We love the sound of the Draft Works performances from dancers of The Royal Ballet, the Dance Mama workshop which highlights the dancing mums at The Royal Ballet and the performance of a re-imagined Sleeping Beauty. 

The Boy Who Wanted to Fly at the Lyric Hammersmith

Billy is poorly. He’s stuck in a hospital room and it’s miserable! But all that’s about to change. When a cool hospital porter comes swinging by with his trolley of books, he leaves a tattered old tome on Billy’s bed. Little does Billy know that the book is his ticket to a whole world of adventure! Pulled into the pages, he’ll be transported far from his bed into strange new worlds and make the journey of a lifetime. Catch the show this Saturday, 16th March. Tickets: £8. Ages 5–11.

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East End Entertainments at the Museum of London Docklands

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Experience a weekend of family-friendly comedy, laughs and jokes as the Museum of London Docklands celebrate historic East End entertainments. Enjoy a selection of stand-up comedians, be serenaded with songs from a bygone era by street musicians, and create captivating crafts. 16–17 March. Free, just drop in. Ages 5+.

Rave-A-Roo at the Ministry of Sound Club

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Rave-A-Roo returns to London this Saturday! The family pop group Go!Go!Go! Electro are back with their high octane show and new songs which will get all ages dancing. The infamous host, Jungle Jane, will also be on hand with her signature madcap games such as drum ‘n’ bass musical statues and jungle dance-offs. The event also features a Play Glow Room, where children can get creative with neon crafts and a UV glitter tattoo station, and the Funky Soft Play Room allows for gentle play with mini ball pools, air jugglers and café del mar music. Saturday, 16th March. Sessions at 12.30pm and 3.45pm. Tickets: £15.40.

Boys Only Weekend with the Royal Academy of Dance

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If you are trying to plan ahead for the Easter holidays, there is a fab dance workshop to book from the RAD. Boys Only is a high-energy, two-day workshop aimed to build coordination, strength and alignment, and is led by experienced male teachers. Sign up with a friend and enjoy energetic contemporary/creative dance combined with athletic ballet and upbeat Street Jazz sessions. 6–7 April for ages 8–18. Booking closes 18th March. Venue: Trinity Laban.

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