Free play in London: four top places to visit

Play England defines free play as “…children choosing what they want to do, how they want to do it and when they want to stop…

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Hobnobbing with celebrities at Madame Tussauds, London

The original Madame Tussauds carries the weight of legend. It’s over 250 years old, and the Marylebone Rd premises, close to Regent’s Park in London,…

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Searching for ogres at Shrek’s Adventure in London

London is an ever-changing place. On the south bank of the Thames, opposite the Houses of Parliament, you’ll find County Hall. In a previous life,…

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Budget-Friendly Travel Tips: 4 Free Ways to Explore London with Kids

London is a fantastic place to visit with kids because it offers both entertainment and learning opportunities. Unfortunately it is also a rather expensive city,…

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The unwritten rules of the London Underground

The London Underground is a fearsome place. Its first line, the Metropolitan, opened in 1863. So the Underground train system – also known as the…

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Feisty Merriment: Snow White and Rose Red by RashDash at Battersea Arts Centre, London

Who ever heard of a villain called Graham? But in the gently subversive world of RashDash’s Snow White and Rose Red, it makes absolute sense.…

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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 Greenwich Theatre, London

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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