London Baby, Toddler, Child and Family Events January 26th – 1st February 2012

Jan 25, 2012 by

Just for Babies:

 Gate Cinema: Tuesday 31st January.  Big Scream.  Come and see Margin Call without the crowds, hassle or need to pay a sitter.  Tuesdays 10:30 free coffee and pastries More Details

 Bootcamp Pilates, Mum and Baby Pilates Class, Friday 27th January, 11:00- 11:45: Bring the baby along to Pilates in Fulham click here for location and contact details to find out more information http://www.bootcamppilates.com/find-the-studios/fulham.aspx 

 

Bumps and Babies at Gymboree South Kensington: Brought to you by NCT Kensington and Chelsea, but you do not need to be a member to come along.  Every Tuesday from 12:30 – 1:45, free.  Come along and play in the beautifully cared for Gymboree, located on the lower ground floor of the Baden-Powel House, directly opposite the Natural History Museum.  Read on …

For Toddlers and Babies

 Classics with my Baby: a classical concert series for mums and tots.  Classical concerts specifically designed for mums and children (0-5 years) to enjoy together. Tickets: Adults £10, children FREE (special offers on website)

Tuesday Febuary 7th Islington – Christ Church, Highbury N5 1SA 2012 10:00am:  “Eat Cake and Mingle” 10:30am:  Concert begins. Ends by 11:30am Tickets:  Adults £10 at the door, discounts available online, children FREE

Wednesday Febuary 8th 2012 Chelsea – Christ Church, Christchurch Street, off Flood Street, London, SW3 4AS 10:00am:  “Eat Cake and Mingle” 10:30am:  Concert begins. Ends by 11:30am read my review here
Tickets:  Adults £10 at the door, discounts available online, children FREE

 Classical Babies: Wednesdays, 11:00am, Belisize Park, Interchange Studios.  £10 per family for a delightful classical concert that is completely baby and toddler friendly, the perfect mid-week bit of brain candy read more about the fabulous bit of motherhood: My review .  Read on …

 For Bigger Kids:

 Kids Club, Saturdays at Gate Picturehouse: The Cat Returns
http://www.picturehouses.co.uk/cinema/Gate_Picturehouse/film/The_Cat_Returns/  From 10am they have activities, then watch the foodie/kiddie feel good flick at 10:30.  £4 to join the Kids Club, but then tickets are £1 after, popcorn and juice for the kids £2.  Read more about the day out here.

 For the Family

V and A Tagore Family Day: Sunday 29th January 10:30 – 5:00pm, Painting, Henna demonstrations, storytelling, music, dance, poetry.  Mark your calendars for all day drop in events celebrating the 150th anniversary of the birth of Rabindranath Tabore. http://www.vam.ac.uk/whatson/event/1591/tagore-family-day-2733/

 St. Peter’s Church Notting Hill, Kensington Chamber Orchestra Saturday 28th January, 4pm.  Come along and enjoy Mussorgsky’s “Pictures at an Exhibition”, there will be cake, juice and a chance to try out the instruments.  A great day out for the family.  http://www.kco.org.uk/

 St. Martin in the Fields, Mini-Maestro, London Musical Arts Orchestra: Saturday 28th January, 4:30pm.  Take the kids to hear Vivaldi’s Four Seasons, interact with the orchestra, play with the instruments, and really engage with music.  http://www.stmartin-in-the-fields.org/jserv/concerts/view.jsp?id=3849

 Royal Festival Hall, Goodbye Mr. Muffin: Friday 27th and Saturday 28th January, various times.   Using puppetry, animation and music, this award winning production tells the story of the last days of an aging and loved guinea pig.   Note, almonds are handed around the audience, so people with severe nut allergies should be warned.  http://ticketing.southbankcentre.co.uk/find/dance-performance/tickets/goodbye-mr-muffin-62071

 

 Trafalgar Square and Chinatown, Chinese New Year in Central London Bring the kids to Trafalgar Square at noon to begin a day-long celebration including food entertainment, costumes, dance, music, theatre; from Trafalgar Square up Shaftesbury Avenue through Leicester Square and into Chinatown.  http://www.chinatownlondon.org/

 For Adults:

NCT Interior Design Short Course A fabulous fundraiser for the National Childbirth Trust, an interior design course at Whole Foods Market on High Street Kensington.  Put together with the help of London Property Makeover, you can learn the basics of interior design (how to write a brief, colour theory, how to mix fabrics, create a mood board, spatial planning and lighting – wow!!).  This is intended for mums creating a nursery for their new-borns, but I want to come, too!!  Four Wednesdays 8pm – 9pm, from 29th February.  £80 for the course, donation to the NCT included.  Read on … 

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