What's on this weekend? Plan your family weekend with the kids with our round up of what's on in London 6th-8th 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 everyone's radar. Click on the headers and links for more info and to book:
Claiming to be the biggest celebrations of food, drink and music the country has to offer, Pub in the Park – hosted by Rick Stein, James and Martin and Monica Galetti – will play host to Tom Kerridge’s two Michelin-starred pub, The Hand & Flowers, plus a selection of other top UK pubs and restaurants all serving delicious signature tasting dishes.
Pick up plenty of tips and tricks on how to cook like a pro whilst watching our hosts as well Angela Hartnett, Atul Kocchar, Claude Bosi, Jason Atherton, Jo Pratt, Jose Pizzaro and Josh Eggleton in the Chef’s Theatre.
join the author herself, in conversation with Tobi Kyeremateng, for an introduction to Crossfire.
Joining the conversation are Josh Dylan and Paterson Joseph who both star in the forthcoming adaptation of Noughts & Crosses for the BBC.
Malorie Blackman’s new novel takes place 34 years after Sephy Hadley – a Cross – first met Callum McGregor – a Nought.
Blackman also discusses the TV adaptation of Noughts & Crosses and gives a preview of what to expect when it hits our screens.
Come along to hear more from an author whose stories have survived and impacted generations, and shed necessary light on the social injustices present in the world. Sun 8th September 2pm
Throughout September the Totally Thames Festival celebrates all things fabulous about the Thames. This weekend there is lots to get excited about. The Ship of Tolerance - a 60-foot long, hand-crafted wooden ship - is dedicated to educating and inspiring young people through the universal language of art, and sets sail from the Millennium Bridge on Saturday.
There's also a virtual reality tour curated by ZSL allowing you to 'swim' along the Thames and take in the huge variety of wildlife existing there.
Ever wondered how a cow jumped over the moon? Or why the dish ran away with the spoon? With original songs played live on stage, brilliant puppetry and lots of laughter, this new show is a wild and musical celebration about the importance of imagination.
Recommended for ages 3-7. Tickets from £8 - Saturday 7th September 11am & 1pm
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