Ten wedding venues near London – or in the capital itself

London and the south-east of England are well served for wedding venues. Whether you’re looking for an elegant celebration in a landmark London building, or…

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Double the camp, double the fun: Cinderella (the Pantomime) at …

Pantomime has come of age since I last experienced the genre. Friday’s press performance of Greenwich Theatre’s Cinderella was a rip-roaringly splendid evening of sparkly…

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Christmas theatre for families in London, 2017

If you want to catch the best in Christmas theatre for families this year, head to London. With an estimated 230 theatres in the UK…

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WIN Family Tickets to see Raymond Briggs’ Father Christmas at …

A curmudgeonly Santa sets about preparing for his big night. He’s cross about Christmas, grumpy in the cold, and fantasizes about sunny beach holidays while…

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Family nostalgia in London: Rave-A-Roo with VTech KidiCom Max

In former days, were you a Raver or an Indie Kid? If you’re reading this as a Millennial, you’ll probably have no idea what I’m…

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Afternoon tea at London’s Waldorf Hilton

British afternoon tea can be a stodgy affair. When the 7th Duchess of Bedford dreamed it up in the 19th century, people only ate two…

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London museum hop: Science Museum and V&A

The museum-side exit of London’s South Kensington tube station has a festive feel. Especially in the school holidays, the station teems with families who have…

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The Night Pirates, on tour from the Rose Theatre, Kingston: …

This post was written by Pigeon Pair and Me writer Catherine Prescott. Argh-ha! Shiver your timbers and climb aboard for a moonlit adventure as this…

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Family tea with a side order of ko club at …

Wagamama is one of those restaurant chains that seem to have family-friendliness built into their DNA. The long wooden benches, open kitchens and bustling, cheery…

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