Posts Tagged ‘knitting’
Daffodils, crocuses, snowdrops are peaking out. Hoorray, soon the outdoors will be ours again and life will get a pinkier shade…
That’s art baby:
* On Thursday, say bye to Nelson’s ship in a bottle on Trafalgar and hi to the new work of art. A golden child on a rocking horse. I am still not convinced by it but well, at least the scenery changes.
* Pete Doherty has put a little of himself in each of his latest paintings – litterally, some blood. This way to see them.
Take the little ones along:
* The Chelsea Theatre proposes a family film club every Saturday with games and activities. What a better way to start the week-end?
* Still on Saturday, you can see the Stepney farm and have a pancake for a mere £5.
Out of the ordinary:
* Go egg hunting - 40 giants ones have been decorated by designers and artists then hidden around town. Ready, steady…
* Thursday, go and listen to stories for adults, inspired by the mysterious atmosphere of the 19th century.
* Loved War Horse? Go and see the exhibition for free at the late night opening of the National Army Museum. This Friday.
* On Friday still, don’t forget the late opening at the V&A - dedicated to Cecil Beaton, photographer to the Queen. Smile, pause, get a tiara!
* Sunday, join the Oxfam Rumble Jumble, empty your cupboards of unwanted clothes and refill them with new fun items.
* See la vie en green. Well, maybe just London. This eco-friendly site really makes you rediscover the city.
I keep looking at my Filofax - September? Summer has gone so fast. Only one solution can balance this: shop. New work clothes, bags, accessorie, killer shoes. Autumn leaves will not slow me down. Alernatively, try those ideas to keep a sparkling mood!
* Make yourself all beautiful at this gorgeous vintage evening.
* Enjoy a crafty night market.
* Meat balls are the new trend and frankly, our mouth waters at the thought of those.
* Our youth video games music will be played by a classical orchestra on Southbank - a great way to rediscover them.
* Start knitting and be part of a work of art at the Tate.
* Discover the smallest cathedral in London.
* Try those miniature games on Southbank for the biggest fun.
* Marvel at these childhood inspired posters at the London Transport Museum.
* Try urban gardening.
* Those nails of your could be masterpieces, you know.
* We all have stoped at cafés just to use their free wifi. Well. now, we can go for a pint too.
* Mary Poppins might have been right about a spoonful of sugar but these days it is all about a spoonful of London honey…
* Be on the lookout - Terry Pratchett will stop in London to talk about his new book in October. Tickets will be on sale soon.
* Harry Potter fans will want to book those tours organised by Warner too - you will get closer to the sets.
* Is you company installing of those free hives? let us know! We’d love to write about it.
* Already dreaming of your next holidays? Have a look at www.AFerry.co.uk. This website is a fab way of finding the best ferry prices to France, Ireland and even Holland. Have a look here for ferries to France, my home country.