You have until 28 August to see award-winning Metta Theatre's production of Jungle Book at London’s leading summer circus venue, the London Wonderground at Southbank Centre. Olivia, Harriet and Anne Coates went along.
The Tiger Who Came to Tea roared into London's Cadogan Hall in the truly magical Olivier Award nominated West End production which runs through to Sunday 4 September 2016. Harriet and Olivia Coates went along to join in the fun.
Horrible Histories Barmy Britain celebrates 5th anniversary in London with a special production –The Best of Barmy Britain running until 3 September, 2016. Harriet and Olivia Coates went along.
The prehistoric world is once again under threat in the latest Ice Age adventure when Scrat, the sabre-toothed squirrel was launched into space and in an attempt to hold on to his acorn, sets off a chain of disastrous cosmic events. Ice Age: Collision Course is great entertainment for all the family, writes Anne Coates.
Due to popular demand, English National Ballet’s production of My First Ballet: Sleeping Beauty, returns for a summer run at the Peacock Theatre, London from 6 to 10 July 2016.
Kids Week is back. From 1 to 31 August, a child aged 16 or under can see a fantastic selection of shows in London for free when accompanied by a full paying adult. Two additional children can go at half price and booking is now open.
DisneyLife: New Digital Service offers Disney’s biggest collection of entertainment, including movies, books, music and TV episodes, in one place. Harriet and Anne Coates have been enjoying some favourites.
The Box of Photographs is showing on the Main Stage at the Polka Theatre in Wimbledon, London. Alex Bell, along with Toby and Pippa, went to review for Parenting Without Tears.
Harriet and Anne Coates went to see a performance of My First Ballet: Sleeping Beauty at the Peacock Theatre. Now aged nearly six, Harriet saw the first production by the English National Ballet four years ago. How did this one compare?
Warner Brothers has just released Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Anne Coates went along to a preview.
We’re Stuck! is an interactive show for children aged eight to 11 that teaches them not to be afraid of mistakes in maths by taking them on a fun adventure with scientists and robots. The tour begins in Shoreditch, London and then travels to Burnley, Waterfoot and Manchester during the Easter holidays.
This February half-term, travel down under to discover the incredible true story of Oddball and the Penguins, and how a troublemaking Maremma sheepdog became guardian to an endangered colony of Australia’s adorable Little Penguins. Harriet and Anne Coates went along to a preview.