Wow it is June already! Here are some fabulous things happening this month.
Vivid is spectacular and you can still catch it this week. Dont let the rain put you off. Grab your brolly and head in to see the lights. Always stunning! *photo from vivid
Plan your evening here.
Lego Brickworks. A collections of designs, using Lego, from some of our most creative personalities.
On around the city and then at the Powerhouse Museum from June 15
The Light In Winter. This is a month long Solstice Celebration combining light sculptures, performances, events, talks and workshops. " A Tilt Of Light' sounds amazing and something the kids would find enthralling.
Head over to the Unicorn Theatre and treat the family to the production "Something Very Far Away". Using puppets, animation and sound, they tell the story of Keplar who looks to the stars for answers and journeys deep into space.
Suitable for children aged 8 and up. Details here.
Bubble London is on this week for professionals. Register online and go and see the latest wonderful products for children.
Spend a day learning about the Great Barrier Reef and biodiversity at the Museum of Natural History.
There is also a immersive presentation in the Hayden Planetarium Space Theatre.
Take a walk along the High Line and see the group exhibition 'Lilliput'. A collection of miniature sculptures installed in unusual places along the high line will make for a fun activity on your outing with the kids.
Read more about the project here.
Go and see the Tim Burton retrospective at the Cinematique Francais. This is the retrospective conceived by the MOMA in New York. I missed it when it toured here but was told it is incredible. Definitely something fantastic to do with your slightly older kids.
If you know of something fun and exciting happening to share, please email me.