Things To Do In Half Term

things to do in half term

Half term is here and the kids are climbing the walls. Never despair we have your half term covered whether you want to expand their minds or make them giggle. Check out our guide of things to do in half term.

What to See

things to do in half term Imagine children’s festival

Southbank Centre 10 February – 23 February

The kids take over the Southbank Centre for this riotous week of activities. Dressing up is encouraged and activities range from singing and poetry to story telling and interactive activities for babies. Something for everyone.

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half termChocolate Kitchens at Hampton Court Palace

From 14 February

A recently unveiled location within the palace where Georgian chocolatiers were set to task creating mouth-watering chocolates for King George I is now open to the public. Historic chefs will be recreating the luxurious and elaborate chocolate drink loved by the king.

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things to do in half termBlaze Sadler’s Wells

18 Feb -8 March

Urban streetdance bonanza Blaze is back for its third year at Sadler’s Wells in Islington. Watch the 16 dancers tear up the stage and be wowed by their gravity defying moves. Great for older kids and teens.

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things to do in half termThe Fantastical Story Factory

19 February

A magical children’s show where the players make up stories as they go along by the audience’s request. Nobody knows where the tale will end up but it’s sure to be an adventure. Recommended for ages 6-10.

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things to do in half term Canary Wharf Comedy Club for Kids

17 February

Comedians clean up their act to bring their funny powers to the over 7s. Watch regular stand-up guys spin their child friendly yarns full of amusement and enthusiasm. Great for all the family.

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things to do in half termTrails at the V&A

Until 31 March

The Trails at the V&A are installations include a Henry VII trail, ceramic garden trail and a Silver trail. Exploring the museum through the trail children will be focused and engaged with puzzles and observation tasks. For 7-12 year-olds.

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