Last week we headed to a local theatre for the premire of the new stage adaptation by Big Wooden Horse of Stuck by Oliver Jeffers. Being..
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When I went along to see Stuck last week I saw that they were also showing The Incredible Book Eating Boy an adaptation byBootworks Theatre..
Just So Festival is now in its third year and attracts a loyal band of festival goers who return for its inventiveness, chilled atmosphere..
I’m no domestic goddess, but thankfully Alfie has inherited his dad’s love of cooking. Which is why we’re heading for the..
Colourscape is a trippy experience straight out of the Seventies. A series of coloured tents creates a mega structure which bends light and..
The pure joy that is the world of books doesn’t need to stay between the pages. Meeting authors and going to events promoting the..
Last weekend Lola and I headed over to the Wilderness Festival, which is set amongst the lakes and park lands of..
We were so excited to hear that Illyria have adapted the Roald Dahl classic: The Twits. The hilarious and dark book has been adapted for..
Camp Bestival, how do I love thee? Let me count the ways. Yes, once again the Da Banks’ festiholiday (aka child nirvana) has proved..
Marwell Wildlife is celebrating 40 years as a wildlife park this year. Situated in the grounds of Marwell Hall, Marwell Wildlife has become..
With a husband deployed for seven months, whenever there’s the opportunity to join him we are all over it. So for the last two weeks..
Having grown up slightly envious of friends who spent summers camping out at festivals I always wanted to take my children on that kind of..
The first I knew of The Tiger Who Came to Tea play being back again was when Saria brandished the mailer that had come through the letter..
Our annual trip to Giffords Circus is the topic of much discussion and anticipation in our house. There are tribute performances to the..
A friend of mine referred to holidays with children as family business trips which made me laugh as these days it does feel like..