We are MARCHing into a new month, with high hopes for sunshine spells!
Sunday 15 March
What could be nicer than baking biscuits with your little ones!? Skip back to our previous blog post that Biscuiteers kindly shared with us.
We’ve had a little snoop around to see what’s going on this month… Here are some exciting happenings for the kids (and you!) in London!
A DAY IN THE LIFE OF AN AERODYNAMICIST
Saturday 7th March
Imperial College London, Exhibition Road, London, SW7 2AZ
Forewarning – dads, don’t be jealous! This events is calling all mini-engineers race car fans! Jon, a McLaren Aerodynamicist, who has worked on cars from Formula 1, will be sharing ideas on designing fast cars, talking about his insights and experiences of what it is like to be part of the McLaren team. Children are encouraged to ask questions, and they will be building their own version of a F1 race car during the session!
It is advised to book early to avoid any disappointment – spaces are limited. Visit the website to find out more and book places.
Saturday 7th – Sunday 8th March
Free (shows require small charge)
A mini festival! This underground theatre festival will be hosting fantastic shows and free festivities for under-11s. A weekend full of theatre, circus, comedy, storytelling, facepainting, games, live music, mini shows, interactive installations, just to name a few! The schedule kicks off with a free circus performance from Pirates of the Carabina, and a family-friendly rave from Big Fish Little Fish will round things off.
Visit the Mini Vault website for more information and the festival programme.
WHITECHAPEL GALLERY : CRIB NOTES
Wednesday 4th March
£8.50 incl refreshments
This is the perfect activity for an afternoon for you and your children if they are under 5 years old. The Assistant Curator of this gallery will be taking parents and their babies/toddlers on a tour of the exhibition, with refreshments and a chat afterwards.
Please visit their website for more information.
Sitting along the MARCH theme…