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Theatrebugs in Notting Hill

Theatrebugs summer workshops in Notting Hill this August

Children’s theatre company Theatrebugs – who’ve been running theatre workshops for kids for the past 10 years – are bringing their holiday workshops to Notting Hill for the first time this summer. The five-day workshop in Notting Hill is suitable for all kids aged between 3 and a half to 6 years old, and will [...]

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Notting Hill Mayfest 2014

Notting Hill Mayfest 2014 is nearly here!

As we edge ever closer to the fifth month of the year and to proper, glorious spring, we’re also soon to see the latest edition of the Notting Hill Mayfest! This month-long cultural festival will once again host a number of exciting events, from music and opera to talks, art, cinema and kid’s activities, which [...]

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Easter Eggscursion at the Museum of Brands

Easter Eggscursion at Notting Hill’s Museum of Brands

Here’s an exciting activity for your little ones this Easter break – an Easter egg hunt in one of Notting Hill’s best museums! The Museum of Brands has hidden Easter Eggs amongst their exhibits…and it’s up to visitors (kids and adults!) to find them. Whilst you’re viewing the Museum’s many fine exhibits – featuring consumer [...]

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Pop Up Screens Christmas

Pop Up Screens Christmas 2013 at The 20th Century Theatre from 13th December

From Friday 13th December 2013, Pop Up Screens will be hosting a series of special Christmas films at the lovely 20th Century Theatre on Westbourne Grove. This will be a great opportunity to get you right into the spirit of Christmas in the run-up to the big day itself! After the first screening on 13th [...]

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Farmival 2013

Farm the City hosts Farmival in W10, Saturday 21st September

Farmival comes to Meanwhile Gardens, W10 this Saturday! ┬áThe one-day festival – now in its second year – will see live music, food growing workshops, seedling giveaways, kids’ craft activities, food and drink (including London brewed beers, international street food, and locally grown herbal teas and cupcakes) and tours of Meanwhile Gardens’ rooftop growing space…and [...]

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