London Mums bumper Newsletter: New magazine, Christmas party & Paddington 2 special


Dear London Mums


It’s been a bumper Autumn for me filled with interviews with amazing stars like Julia Roberts who was in town promoting her latest tearjerker film Wonder, Hugh Bonneville and other talents at the top of the Shard talking about the Paddington 2 movie, Kelly MacDonald chatting about Goodbye Christopher Robin and many more. Our new magazine, the Winter issue of the London Mums magazine, is out too. You can see I have been really busy lately! Get our latest issue from selected venues (including Eddie Catz) or as download it as a PDF. I look forward to seeing you at our Christmas party.



The new magazine includes interviews with some of the loveliest people in the world: Charlie & Lola author Lauren Child and Wimpy Kid’s writer Jeff Kinney, as well as Hollywood legends Dennis Quaid and Lisa Kudrow in this special Christ. Lauren Child talks about her favourite doggies and her daily challenges parenting her adopted daughter Tuesday. Hollywood legend Dennis Quaid took five minutes off his busy schedule to tell me a few behind-the-scenes gossips from his emotional movie A Dog’s Purpose. Comedian Lisa Kudrow spoke about voicing the boss baby’s mum in this hilarious animation. Read the London Mums magazine for free

You will receive the new magazine at our Christmas party

One week left to the London Mums Christmas Party & Panzerotto Blues feast including a breakdancing Santa, Putney 18 November 2017 6-8pm

Get your tickets NOW by emailing confirming how many people you want to pay for. We’ll have an Italian chef there making Panzerotto pizza for the kids and adults too so please book early so we can get enough for everybody. I hope to see many of you there.


Check my special Paddington 2 Special report! It’s most definitely the best family comedy of the year. A laugh a minute, literally. Genius piece of filmmaking.

Paddington 2 Special! Behind the scenes of the best family comedy of 2017 with cast & talents




Drumond Park’s new and endearing GASSY THE COW table-top game (rrp £24.99, age 4+) will be careering into the shops in time for Christmas… so be prepared! The aim of this easy-to-play game is to avoid Gassy’s golden brown mega poo – and that’s not easy!  Will she MOOO or will she POOO?  When it’s your turn to lift Gassy’s tail, if she moos no poo will present itself – and you’re safe, this time around!  But there’s a good chance that Gassy will ‘poo’ some time soon – and a Splat will come out (don’t worry, these are only plastic!).  It could be a POO (brown Splat), or it could be a WEE (yellow Splat).    However, if it’s a splat of MEGA POO (golden brown) – ewww, that’s really, really gross… and also means that you’re OUT of the game for that round!


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Art exhibition at Tate Britain: Impressionists in London, French Artists in Exile (1870-1904)

Impressionists In London, Press View, Tate Britain, October 2017


West End Shows Offers of the month

London Mums West End page have now new sales on shows and London attractions. Check here



November Giveaways

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Enter our fabulous competitions for the chance to win some of these prizes



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Keep warm and enjoy the little moments of every day life!



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