What's on this weekend? Plan your family weekend with the kids with our round up of what's on in London 22nd-23rd September
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 any parents' radar! Click on the headers and links for more info and to book:
London Transport Museum, Acton Depot Open Weekend, Saturday and Sunday 11am-5pm
In celebration of the Year of Engineering, Acton Depot will be highlighting some of the innovations, engineering marvels and people behind the story of transport in London; past, present and future.
Hear how our capital and transport network have evolved together, from forgotten routes to pioneering new opportunities. See how vehicles have changed and adapted over time, and what is in store for the future. Visitors can enjoy a jam-packed weekend of talks, tours, and special Depot highlights and activities.
Click here for more details.
The British Street Food Awards - Friday & Saturday
The FINAL of The British Street Food Awards takes place at Hawker House (Canada Water Tube) on Fri 21 from 5pm and Sat 22 Sep from 12 noon.
This is where the 17 finalists will be cooking up a storm, and we get to vote for it. It's a wonderful atmosphere with obviously delicious food. Join in with cooking demos at a cookery school, take to the dancefloor and celebrate all that is brilliant about British street food. Tickets are just £5. Get yours now from https://british-street-food-awards-final.designmynight.com
Harvest Stomp at the Olympic Park on Sunday.
Coming back to the Park for another year, lock this date in your diary for another fun-filled day out on London's most exciting Park! Expect to find a variety of interactive activities, from learning how to brew beer to petting sheep in the mobile farm - there is something for everyone to enjoy. Workshops, demos, garden games, arts and crafts and live music.
Click here for all details
North End Road Street Party Saturday 9am-5pm.
Silent disco? Sounds good. Dance lessons? The dancefloor on the corner of Sedlescombe Road offers the opportunity to learn some new salsa and tango moves with the stilt walking dance instructors on our historic high street.
You’ll even be able to throw some shapes in a silent disco as well as enjoy a set from local resident, DJ Boots, who will be playing from 11am-2pm near the Lillie Road junction.
The 131-year-old North End Road Market will also be filled with a wide variety of street entertainment to keep all the family happy and hopping, including the fabulous Cake Ladies and their gowns covered in tasty treats, the jumping Giant Kangaroos and the centuries old Hodman Dodmanott and Sally Forth human-sized puppet duo to name but a few.
THE BUILDING BLOCKS OF THE FUTURE @ the V&A - Children’s architecture workshop - Sunday - 10.30am-5pm - drop in
The workshop aims to educate and inspire children to re-think how we design and build our homes and cities. During the workshop, the future architects will be asked to visualise, build and decorate their own modular homes, sculptures or iteration of ‘MultiPly’.
Each child will receive an A4 sheet of laser cut modular panels which have pre-cut windows and doors. The panels can be assembled in different ways to create individual shapes and structures.
The workshop is aimed at children from 4 to 15 years old with a more complex version for older children.
and don't forget to wear your Jeans for Genes Day on Friday, for all info on things to do, it's all on the website.
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