Posts Tagged ‘Regents Park’
Bye-bye Jubilee, hello Olympic Games. What a year for the Union Jack, flags flying in the breeze from Oxford Street to Covent Garden, decoarting everything from pubs to bikes… This week-end, our ideas for London include a few green ones, just in case you cannot take any more blue, white and red.
Take the little ones along:
* How about a kids special open air movie? It’s free!
* Make a detour via the Science Museum to introduce them to classical music.
A little touch of green:
* Go green and visit places usually closed to the public during the Open Garden Square week-end.
* Loved the ceramic flowers at the Somerset House? Go and see these new artistic blooms.
* Be green at this eco-friendly fair in Regent’s Park.
* Marvel at David Nash’s natural sculptures at Kew Gardens. Amazing.
Out of the ordinary:
* Try a biscuit-astic festival.
* On Thursday, join the Puma creative factory exhibition at Boxpark. 12 artists have imagined a design for the new First round sneakers.
* It does not come cheap but if you ever dreamt of sleeping with the dinosaurs at the Natural History Museum (without the kids), here is your chance.
* Do you love to ride your bike through London? Ever thought of joining the World Naked Bike Ride?
* Rainy week-end? Go and see the best anime movies at the BFI.
* Did you know Joseph Grimaldi’s grave is musical?
Have you noticed? Buds are appearing on trees, some shrubs even show tiny little flowers. A minute or so of more light each day, spring is already on the way! Here we go:
- Want creativity? This way for the shortfilm festival!
- On a budget after the sales? Pay what you want in this fish restaurant…
- Imitate Marceau @ the mime festival…
- How about a Disney retrospective this year?
- A new exhibition half-photos, half-videos @ Lazarides…
- Marvel @ these ice sculptures…
- Make summer plans – you can already book tickets for the open air theatre in Regents Park!