I’m looking forward to this evening’s performance by the London Philharmonic Orchestra at Wigmore Hall. The programme is Mozart’s String Quintet in B flat, Ireland’s Sextet for clarinet, horn and string quartet and Brahms String Sextet in G. Youth is the theme of the concert by the young musicians of the Foyle Future Firsts programme. I’m [...]
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Swallows and Amazons feels about as far away from family life in London as it’s possible to be. Perhaps that’s the irresistible pull of it. If you are constantly being asked if they can watch TV, play on the laptop or download a new app for their iTouch then perhaps this is the film for them.
Festive family shows in London.
Celebrate 150 years of Herne Hill Station with an outdoor screening of The General on Saturday 9th September
I was 7 when Tarka the Otter came out and it brings out a strong emotional reaction even though I don’t actually remember the story. I saw a clip of the original trailer and the narration by Peter Ustinov seemed so familiar. For those of you who are too young to have seen it the [...]
The ever popular West Norwood Feast is taking on a Royal theme this weekend to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. If you haven’t been before, The Feast is a community run monthly street market with an Artisans’ Market, Food Fair, Retro Village and Gardeners’ Corner. This month’s Feast takes place on Sunday 3rd June from 10-4pm and as [...]
An exhibition on Birth Rights is currently touring the UK with Oxfam, with photos telling the story of two women’s experiences of childbirth in Ghana
The Magical One Bigg Party is being held on Monday 7th May at the Kensington Roof Gardens and is one not to be missed.
Folded Feather is bringing their children’s show, Suitcase Circus, to Dulwich on 2nd June.