Celebrate the end of spring with an outdoor event, a quirky new film and a roaring great exhibition…
1. The Angry Birds Movie
Based on the much loved game, The Angry Birds Movie is the latest addition to the popular franchise. Kids will love the 3D animated comedy, which tells the tale of why exactly the birds are just so very angry. There’ll be laughs aplenty for both adults and little ones.
When: Out May 13th
Where: Cinemas nationwide
Additionally, to coincide with the release of the blockbuster, Madame Tussauds have created a unique digital experience starring larger than life figures of the Angry Bird characters; watch as they come to life against a 3D backdrop from the film. This is a must for Angry Bird superfans!
When: Until July
How much: Adults, £34; children, £29.50 (these are prices on the day – tickets are more than 1/3 cheaper when you book online!)
Where: Madame Tussauds London, Marylebone Road, London NW1 5LR
2. Dinosaurs: Monster Families
This exhibition reveals the fascinating life of dinosaurs through authentic specimens and life-size models. Meet Baby Louie, the near-complete skeleton of a dinosaur embryo, dig in the discovery pit and come face-to-face with T-Rex’s relative – the Tarbosaurus.
When: Until October 30th
How much: Adults, £7.70; children, £4.40; family, £18.70; under-threes go free
Where: Horniman Museum & Gardens, 100 London Road, Forest Hill, London SE23 3PQ
3. RBC Race for the kids 2016
Head to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park for this year’s 5k race in aid of Great Ormond Street, suitable for all ages and abilities. Fundraisers are invited to make a day of it with post-race activities and entertainment. Or if you’d rather not take part, do your bit and cheer along the many runners!
When: Sunday, May 15th at 9:30am
How much: Registration fee is £18 for adults, £12 for children, under-fours go free.
Where: Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London E20 2ZQ