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What To Do With The Kids This Christmas Holiday

We’ve all been there, stuck on where to go and what to do, well we’ve come to your rescue with this great list of holiday fun for you and the kids!

23rd December 2021 | #whattodo


Philip Pullman’s The Book of Dust – La Belle Sauvage at Bridge Theatre

Why not take the children down to Tower Bridge’s theatre hotspot and treat the kids to a spectacular theatre adaptation of The Book of Dust. It is a must-see show as, eighteen years after his groundbreaking production of His Dark Materials at the National Theatre, Nicholas Hytner returns to Pullman’s parallel universe to direct a gripping adaptation by Bryony Lavery. We definitely have added it to our holiday to-do list and so should you!

A brand new production of the award-winning show, Five Guys Named Moe, at Upstairs at the Gatehouse

The official Offies nominated production is the perfect uplifting musical for the holidays, especially with the amazing music of Louis Jordan as its soundtrack. The story is all about picking yourself up and following Big Moe, Little Moe, Eat Moe, Know Moe, and Four-Eyed Moe (the Five Guys Named Moe) as they dance and sing their hearts out towards love and success. What’s not to love eh? Book those tickets whilst you still can!


Experience the perfect winter’s day in London at Hyde Park Winter Wonderland

Now, this is a pretty obvious choice. Winter Wonderland is a London staple every winter, known for its perfectly made churros and out of this world Ferris wheel, it really does just complete the year in the best way possible. And, as we’ve missed out on a year of the fun-filled fair, it’s only right you make it up this holiday, you owe it to yourself and the kids. You deserve to end the year on a high, preferably at the top of a Ferris wheel!

Go on a journey on the Winter’s Tail at Chessington World of Adventures Resort

Nothing like a trip to Chessington with the family in the holidays. Enjoy the rides, the post-festive vibes and all round great day out at the famous World of Adventures! Not only will the children enjoy it, adults let your hair down and spend the day on thrill infused rides, great food and a winter’s trail that’ll light up the inner child within. We know your’e tempted, book those tickets now.


Explore the Ancient Greeks: Science & Wisdom at the Science Museum

As school is out why not take the kids on an educational trip to the museum? Curiosity and investigation are crucial in today’s quest for a better knowledge of the universe and for a better peace of mind for parents who need an engaging acticity for their energetic children. The Science Museum is the place for you, with multiple exhibitons, FREE admission and interactive play for the children, truly what’s not love? Pre-book your tickets now.

Learn and understand Our Broken Planet: How We Got Here and Ways to Fix It at the Natural History Museum this holiday

Explore this free, ever-changing exhibition that continues to examines how humans have altered the natural environment. The museum reveals the repercussions of our activities and discuss some of the solutions that could help fix our shattered planet through over 40 artefacts chosen by Museum experts. Climate change is real and this exhibition is a great way to express concerns about the planet in a child friendly and interactive way.

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