What’s on this weekend: January 28th & 29th

    See out the end of the month in style at these events around the capital…


    1. Lego Brick Animals

    An awesome trail of Lego animals will sit amongst their real-life cousins at the London Wetland Centre this winter. Visitors can enjoy the train of 11 sculptures, inspired by real species at the centre, including the world’s rarest goose, an otter, a frog and a kingfisher.

    When: Until Saturday 28th January
    How much: Adults, £13.10; under-fours go free
    Where: WWT London Wetland Centre, Queen Elizabeth’s Walk, Barnes, London SW13 9WT


    2. Chinese New Year at the London Eye

    The Coca-Cola London Eye will be hosting a weekend of surprise and delight to celebrate London’s Chinese New Year, including dancers, Chinese fortune cookies, appearances from family favourite Kung Fu Panda and a special red and gold light show.

    When: Friday 21st to Sunday 29th January
    How much: Adults, from £22.45; children, from £17.95; under-threes go free
    Where: The London Eye, Riverside Building, County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7PB
    0871 781 3000

    3. How to Hide a Lion

    Helen Stephens’ much-loved story has been adapted for one and two year olds in this special toddler performance. Join Iris on a mission to squeeze her furry friend into a variety of sneaky spots.

    When: Until Tuesday 14th February; performance times vary.
    How much: £12.50 each
    Where: Polka Theatre, 240 The Broadway, Wimbledon, London SW19 1SB