Stuck for things to do in London this half term week? With Pancake Day done what else can you entertain the kids with this week?!
WELL. If you have children who are interested in making music, head down to TWO TEMPLE PLACE next to Embankment, and make your own banjo! Many early jazz musicians often played Banjos instead of guitars, so this is a great way to get arty and make your own musical instrument and have fun making music! This session is completely free and runs from 10.00 till 12.00pm – register your place ASAP here! https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/half-term-arts-crafts-make-your-own-banjo-tickets-41236551636
Alternatively have your kids ever dreamt of becoming a Fire Fighter, a Surgeon or the next Acting Sensation? KidZania is the UK’s first educational entertainment experience where children aged four to fourteen can learn real-life skills in a 75,000sq ft. child-size city built just for them. From the Aviation Academy to the Radio Station, Police Station or Hospital, the city streets are lined with real-life establishments. Watch the excitement on their faces as kids explore more than 60 unique and exciting professions through real-life role play adventures in a fun and safe environment.”
Kidzania in Westfield are also holding World Book Week: 28th February – 2nd March 2018 to encourage your little ones to get reading, but also for them to learn about the publishing industry. There will be interactive workshops with the publishers of the ‘Little Tiger Group,’ introducing them to all kinds of jobs within the industry, from production and marketing to editorial design and illustration, and also literary themed activities throughout the day such as young journalists reporting on the World Book Day activity, and literary themed radio talk sessions in the studio. Not to be missed for your little bookworms! More information can be found here: https://kidzania.co.uk/whats-on/world-book-day
If you have a bit of time to plan ahead, register now for a free experience for kids and adults of all ages at the Imperial Festival at Imperial College London. Imperial Festival has something for all ages to enjoy, from young children ready to be inspired by the latest in scientific discoveries, to adults looking to get up to date with medical advances and new technology whilst enjoying delicious food and a variety of music and dance performances. If you want something that is educational, fascinating and enjoyable or have little ones interested in the way the world works and all things Science – this is the event for you! And what’s more, it’s completely free. Register here now for the 28th and 29th April to avoid disappointment: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/imperial-festival-2018-tickets-37091922940