The Little London Guide to the Week ahead…


    We hunt out the best of what to see and do with your Little Londoners for the week ahead…


    “Nestled together in the heart of a forest, a group of creatures with furry tails are watching and waiting for someone to arrive…” Little Londoners will be taken on an adventure into the wide, wild world around them, becoming a central part of this magical show as they help a cheeky group of furry and feathered pals to find their friend. Put on your tail, prick up your ears, and get ready for Dusk.

    14-29 November | Waterloo |

    Winter Wonderland Charity Preview Night

    Gear up for the festive season at Hyde Park this Thursday. For one night only, Little Londoners can let off steam with free run of the park and access to all the rides, the circus shows and ice-skating rink. Plus, the total ticket price goes directly towards charity so you can feel good about yourself whilst entertaining the whole family – the perfect way to kick-start your festive celebrations.

    20 November | Hyde Park |


    Frozen Sing-a-Long at the Royal Albert Hall

    Disney’s highest ever grossing film won the nation’s hearts and now you can win your Little Londoner’s with tickets to this screening and sing-a-long extravaganza. Held in the iconic surroundings of the Royal Albert Hall, this snowy sensation is perfect for all ages, even those who don’t know all the words to Let it Go…

    17 November | Kensington |


    Where, Oh Where, is Paddington Bear?

    To celebrate the release of the new Paddington Bear film, and in collaboration with children’s charity NSPCC, 50 statues of the loveable bear have been dotted across the capital, creating the Paddington Trail and giving you and your Little Londoner the chance to have some Paddington adventures of your own. What better way to re-discover London and celebrate one of its most treasured literary heroes?

    Until 30 December |


    Book In Advance

    Baby… when it’s cold outside there’s only one place to be…
    This festive season, Pop Up Screens will be bringing a little Christmas magic to the big screen. Think snow filled winter wonderland, hot chocolate, mulled wine and all your favorite festive movies. A great way to entertain the kids if the weather ain’t up to scratch.

    12-23 December | Notting Hill |


    Events for Mini Bookworms

    Join author-illustrator Steve Antony for an interactive storytelling of his picture book, The Queen’s Hat: A sudden gust of wind sets off a marvellous London adventure for the Queen, the Queen’s men and one very special hat. So let’s follow one determined, daredevil queen through the zoo, over Tower Bridge and up Big Ben…
    Steve will be letting Little Londoners in on some Top Secret illustrator tips, and there will be crown-making fun for all!

    29 November | Muswell Hill |


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