Welcome to the May edition of #CulturedKids. Today I have a special announcement to make. Catherine Boardman, of Catherine’s Cultural Wednesdays, will be joining me as co-host of the #CulturedKids monthly linky.
I was thrilled when Catherine agreed to co-host #CulturedKids. Her blog is one of my favourite sources of news and views on cultural happenings. Catherine is London-based, but like me she travels widely, and is always keen to seek out a destination’s cultural hotspots.
Catherine will be lead host next month, but for May, you can link up here at the Pigeon Pair and Me. For many of you, the past month included the Easter school holidays, so I’m looking forward to reading about your springtime cultural exploits.
Thanks again to everyone who linked up in April. My favourites, in no particular order, were:
Royal Albert Hall, London, with children, by Where Jo Goes. Jo visited the iconic London concert hall to listen to Disney’s Broadway Hits, but the place has an exciting line-up of other family-friendly performances. Do check out her post if you’d like to find out more.
7 child-friendly museums in Prague, by the Little Adventurer. Jenny spent her first winter in the Czech capital, sheltering in museums from the freezing cold. This post is a cumulation of her wisdom. If you love museums and are thinking of heading to Prague, it’s a must-read.
I was also fascinated to read about the Russian modern art scene in Kidding Herself‘s post about the Garage Triennial of Russian Contemporary Art, in Moscow. If you want to see some poignant images of Russian political commentary and resistance, head over to the post.
What have you been up to this month? Have you visited any museums, galleries, historic places or theatre shows? Please do link up your posts in the May linky below. We’ll be looking out for images shared on Instagram using #CulturedKids – and if you’d like an invitation to pin to the #CulturedKids Pinterest Board, let us know (we’ll be pinning all your posts there anyway).
Here’s how it works: