May 16, 2013 – May 19, 2013
Shop, listen and learn at the UK’s first exhibition for parents of pre-teens. (more…)
May 21, 2013
Don’t miss this One-day training course on Social Media and Marketing For Small Business. Monica Costa and Kate Miranda have teamed up to bring you a fantastic social media and marketing course that will take your business to the next level. They will share their knowledge and experience of social media and marketing for small business to help you target and build relationships with the more customers. (more…)
May 28, 2013
The Royal Albert Hall presents another fun packed family concert performed by the Hall’s very own Albert’s Band. Children are encouraged to come in their favourite regal outfits! (more…)
June 8, 2013
Does your child have a love for Singing & Performing?
Do you think that your child has the ‘The Voice’ and the passion it takes?
Do you want to train them to the highest level in Singing/Performance/Drama as well as building their confidence and acquiring skills for life?
Then LITTLE VOICES FREE PUTNEY WORKSHOP is for you! (more…)
June 15, 2013
Don’t miss this unforgettable song, dance and food spectacular!! Join in the fabulous live entertainment for the whole Family with Amanda’s Action Club, Animal Fu and Lil’Tim and I know why it’s Yum Mum.
A packed line-up guarantees something for everyone – from toddlers to teenagers and mums and dads too. (more…)
June 22, 2013 – June 23, 2013
The NSPCC is calling on families to take part in a climb to the top of one of London’s most iconic buildings to help raise vital funds. On the morning of Saturday 22 June, The Gherkin Challenge takes on a family festival feel, complete with Everest Basecamp themed activities for the whole family to enjoy and a more leisurely climb to the top. (more…)
July 29, 2013 – January 4, 2015
A brand new interactive family exhibition at IWM London between Thursday 18 July 2013 and Sunday 4 January 2015. IWM London invites families to venture into the world of Horrible Histories: Spies from this summer. The exhibition is based upon Terry Deary’s popular book of the same name, from the bestselling Horrible Histories series published by Scholastic Children’s Books. (more…)