Posts Tagged ‘half term activities’

Up & Down – brilliant new children’s theatre at London Picturehouse cinemas this half term

Oct 25 2013

Up & Down, the magical story of a penguin who dreams of flying and the boy who tries to help him fulfil his dreams, is being brought to life on stage this autumn across six London Picturehouse venues and there are still tickets available for half term – www.gagatheatre.co.uk

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KEEPING THE KIDS ENTERTAINED THIS EASTER WILL BOOST THE ECONOMY BY £2 BILLION

Mar 27 2013

Parents will be spending on average £306.22 to entertain their children over the Easter school holidays this year. But shockingly, eight out of ten British children don’t know the true meaning of Easter, in fact a quarter of children think Easter is to celebrate the Easter Bunny’s birthday.

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Photo story: R.I.P. BRITISH FISH UNDERWATER FUNERAL HIGHLIGHTS PERIL OF BRITISH MARINE LIFE

Feb 16 2013

Aquarists at The SEA LIFE London Aquarium issued a stark warning today about the potential fate of British marine life by holding an underwater funeral.
The sombre procession, lead by Aquarist Pete Williams, took place in the impressive shark reef display. Aquarists dressed as pallbearers and carried the coffin of ‘British Fish’ to it’s watery grave.

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Musical education: Opera for young children

Feb 15 2013

Despite being Italian, I never quite understood Opera singing until in my late Twenties. Now that I am in my Forties I totally love it and understand its meaning and appreciate the skills required to perform in an opera.

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Photo story: FANS GET UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL WITH GEORGE CLOONEY ON AN ALFRESCO PRE-VALENTINE’S DAY DATE IN CARNABY STREET

Feb 13 2013

Madame Tussauds London caused a pre-Valentine’s Day stir this morning when they took A-list actor, George Clooney, to London’s Carnaby Street to give fans a sneak preview of his brand new wax figure.

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