The Snowman Peacock Theatre: a review of the Sadlers Wells …

Be warned: if you go to an afternoon performance of Raymond Briggs’ The Snowman, at Sadler’s Wells’ Peacock Theatre, you won’t find a reverent audience,…

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Stick Man. The best Christmas family show ever? Our review …

A couple of years back, our little family returned to see Stick Man at the Leicester Square Theatre, London. For the third year in a…

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Matilda the Musical review: top of the class at Cambridge …

Around 90% of the time, stage and film adaptations of excellent books cut. They trim and they chop, weeding out the literary padding that often…

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WIN tickets to the brand new Wild Child family festival …

Would your youngster like to watch a baby dinosaur hatch? Or play games in a Unicorn meadow? Do you live in or near Dulwich, south…

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#CulturedKids March 2018

Here in the UK, you’d never believe it’s March. The Beast from the East – a Siberian wind which has stormed its way across the…

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#CulturedKids February 2018

Welcome to February’s edition of #CulturedKids! Since last month’s link-up, here at the home of the Pigeons we’ve been hunkering down, getting into the routine…

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WIN Tickets to Noggin the Nog at the Rose Theatre, …

Decent stories always seem to make comebacks. That’s also true of those that began as TV shows. The Clangers and Thunderbirds are two children’s programmes…

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#CulturedKids January 2018

Happy New Year! January has started with a bang for us. We’re back fresh from the slopes at Passo Tonale, Italy, and raring to go.…

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The Showstoppers’ kids’ show, Christmas in Leicester Square, London

This weekend, I watched Sweetie Pie the Ice Fairy kick Donald Trump to death. In a Christmas show, for kids. If you’re thinking this sounds…

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