Alice in Wonderland at Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew – Review

Alice in Wonderland

This weekend we were invited up to Kew Gardens to see their fabulous production of Alice in Wonderland, which is set in the beautiful gardens themselves. It is a 10 minute walk from the entrance at Victoria Gate to the show’s venue and although they provide mats to sit on, I would recommend you take a picnic blanket, especially if it has been raining. The show sees Lewis Carroll’s classic story cleverly brought to life in Glenn Elston’s highly acclaimed… Continue Reading “Alice in Wonderland at Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew – Review”

Win a Family Ticket to the KidPreneur Festival at KidZania London

KidZania London is my one of the kids favourite days out of all time and is somewhere they never get bored of visiting. It is an indoor city run by kids that is perfect for a fun day out, with more than 60 real-life activities for the kids to get involved with, including the new Nintendo Labo area. On Saturday 13th October 2018, KidZania is holding Kidpreneur Day, dedicated to celebrating young entrepreneurship and inspiring the next generation of innovators… Continue Reading “Win a Family Ticket to the KidPreneur Festival at KidZania London”

The Müller Anniversary Games at Queen Elizabeth Stadium, London

Muller Anniversary Games

On Sunday we headed to London Stadium at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to watch the now iconic annual Müller Anniversary Games which have continued on our success in athletics from London 2012. These games saw some of the very best athletes in the world head to the British capital to compete in the IAAF Diamond League track and field/athletics season. I have to admit that sporting events we normally attend are football related, with our last being the Women’s FA… Continue Reading “The Müller Anniversary Games at Queen Elizabeth Stadium, London”