The chocolate museum – Brixton

I am not sure I know anybody that isn't a fan of chocolate, I know that I absolutely love it! I have often wondered how anybody managed to discover such a great tasting product so when I realised that there was a chocolate museum just down the road I had to go and visit. Hidden away … Continue reading The chocolate museum – Brixton

The wind in the willows – London Palladium

The wind in the willows that is currently showing at the London Palladium is an adaptation of the original children's story written by Kenneth Graham, first published in 1908. I am not really familiar with the original story but this version is a lovely family show that takes you from one Spring to the next looking … Continue reading The wind in the willows – London Palladium

7 deadly sins at the London Dungeon

The 7 deadly sins at the London dungeon is an adult only themed food evening running on a Friday throughout June. This is definitely an experience like no other, not sure where else combines the facts of a museum told through theatrical performance with food and drink thrown in which makes it a great night … Continue reading 7 deadly sins at the London Dungeon

Ocean invaders – Sea life

Over Easter I went to see the new addition to the London sea life aquarium. Ocean invaders is a new world of Jellyfish and if you are a fan then you won't want to miss it as it's the largest jellyfish experience in the UK. I didn't know that there are over 350 different species of … Continue reading Ocean invaders – Sea life

An Autumn stroll – Avondale park

I'm not really a big fan of autumn, if I'm honest it is probably my least favourite season (only behind winter because that has Christmas!) but I do like to take a stroll and appreciate all the autumnal colours. I am a Londoner and have lived all over the city but there are so many … Continue reading An Autumn stroll – Avondale park

Favela exhibition – Horniman

The Horniman museum is a place we have frequented quite a lot, particularly in the holidays when the children were younger. It is local compared to most of the museums in London and has a great little aquarium and large gardens that give it a bit of variety. When I saw during the Olympics that the … Continue reading Favela exhibition – Horniman