Wind in the Willows, Immersion Theatre Company

Immersion Theatre have just started touring with their new show, The Wind in the Willows, and we were fortunate to have seen it a few weeks ago in Harrow. Pack your picnics and join Ratty, Mole, Badger, and the fantastically irrepressible Toad as they embark on the adventure of a lifetime culminating in a colourfulContinue reading “Wind in the Willows, Immersion Theatre Company”

Zog and the Fly Doctors Theatre Tour

We had such a fantastic trip to the theatre this afternoon to see Zog and the Flying Doctors. So much so, we felt it deserved a blog post! The story remains true to the original in that Zog, Princess Pearl and Sir Gadabout go on a flying adventure to tend to a sunburnt mermaid, aContinue reading “Zog and the Fly Doctors Theatre Tour”

Festive Theatre Shows 2021

Theatre is one of our favourite things to experience but theatre during the festive period is something else! There is always so much to chose from and it doesn’t have to cost the earth either. Here are my winter 2021 suggestions! The Snowman Sadlers Wells – Peacock Theatre, Holborn This is the magical stage adaptionContinue reading “Festive Theatre Shows 2021”

Skating Lessons with Planet Ice Review

Last winter we decided to enrol Ita into a 6 week ice skating course at Planet Ice. Unfortunately we went back into another national lockdown and so her lessons were postponed until May time! It felt a little odd going to an ice rink in the Spring/ Summer, but hey! The pandemic has thrown everythingContinue reading “Skating Lessons with Planet Ice Review”

Bristol Zoo Gardens Review

During the end of the summer holidays we visited Bristol Zoo which is one of the oldest zoos in the world. The zoo opened to the public on Monday 11th July 1836 and there is no denying that the historic decor of the zoo is evident. It is possibly the most beautiful zoo we haveContinue reading “Bristol Zoo Gardens Review”

Standalone Farm, Letchworth Hertfordshire

Although I had heard of this little farm before, only last month did I think it was about time we visited. I therefore went on to their website and booked two events; the Fairy and Mermaid ones, because I knew Ita would enjoy these most. Each ticket was only £10 and although their photos onContinue reading “Standalone Farm, Letchworth Hertfordshire”

Everyone Active, review

A few weeks ago, Everyone Active contacted us and asked us to try one of their family programmes which has been designed to keep you active, especially during the summer holidays. We have always been a family who get out and about loads but lockdown slowed us down completely so we couldn’t wait to tryContinue reading “Everyone Active, review”

Disney Cruella Afternoon Tea, The Lanesborough Hotel London

I had quite a few messages and questions from my Instagram post after we had the most wonderful Cruella afternoon tea and so felt it was most appropriate to do a blog post to tie everything together. The tea is at The Lanesborough Hotel on Hyde Park Corner and is called It’s a Little BitContinue reading “Disney Cruella Afternoon Tea, The Lanesborough Hotel London”

Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure Review, Norfolk

Press Invite | On Sunday we visited Roarr Adventure which is situated in Norwich. We weren’t too sure what to expect but Ita really enjoys dinosaurs so we were happy to take the long drive to see what it was like. To be honest, I wish I had researched it more beforehand because the truthContinue reading “Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure Review, Norfolk”

Opening the Hamleys Store in London

Making special childhood memories is really important to us and there are some things that money simply can’t buy. My two favourite memory makers involves theatrical openings of two particular toy stores: the Disney store (check out our previous blog or social media post) and the opening of Hamleys store in Regents Street. Both areContinue reading “Opening the Hamleys Store in London”