London is probably the best city in the world in terms of activities for families and children including lots of free activities and events. We list here lots of initiatives that we believe London Mums and their children from babies to teenagers would enjoy especially at the most entertaining places such as the Science Museum, The V&A, Kew Gardens, Kensington Palace, Hyde Park, Richmond Park, Greenwich, West End shows, the London Eye, the London Aquarium, Kingston upon Thames, Chelsea, SouthBank and so much more.

Storytelling and music for 0-4s: explore and learn at the Royal Albert Hall

Mar 25 2015
Storytelling & Music Sessions for 0-4-year-olds at the Royal Albert Hall

Being a mum in London, I’ve found I’m on a constant search for events, and spoilt for choice most days, with activities happening in local libraries, churches and children’s centres. But as a new mum with a rapidly growing son, I find we’re both up for something a bit different, and I love finding those regular events that take something interactive and leave us both feeling we’ve achieved something before our day has even started! That’s why I’m delighted to be involved in the Royal Albert Hall’s new Storytelling and Music sessions for 0-4 year olds.

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FREE Cinderella exhibition in Leicester Square

Mar 22 2015
Cinderella's gown collage

Cinderella and Disney fans cannot miss the FREE Cinderella exhibition in Leicester Square that is open to the public from 21 March to 10 April 2015 to coincide with the release of new live-action Disney’s Cinderella film in cinemas from 27 March 2015. The Cinderella Exhibition Presented By Swarovski is a very rare exposition of Disney’s iconic princess’ memorabilia and costumes used in Kenneth Branagh’s latest adaptation to the big screen.

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Spandau Ballet rock London

Mar 18 2015
Spandau Tour Scarlet Page

In their first concert at the O2 in London last night (after touring around the world for months), the Spandau Ballet showed what great musicians they still are and how strong their fan base still is. With a career spanning over 30 years their music seemed more current than ever and their performance more confident and mature than in their early years. You could tell from their laughs and hugs with each other that they have more fun now than when they were younger.  All axes are buried now and they are living the dream of being a top rock band once more.

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