Football is not coming home

tennis-242949_640So, our World Cup dreams are over (did we really believe football was coming home this year?) lets turn our attention to Wimbledon or something more creative.

New Designers 2014

handprintAs part of New Designers 2014, there will be a series of Saturday sessions at the Business Design Centre for children from 5 to 16 years of age. Run by the Sorrel Foundation, the sessions will give a taster of the other work the Sorrel Foundation does including The National Art and Design Saturday club, talks, tours and drop- in sessions. Children can take part in all aspects of design work from product design to architecture.

National Art and Design Saturday Club, Business Design Centre, Saturday, 10-1pm

 

punch and judyToo Much Punch?

I have not seen a Punch and Judy show for many years and from what I remember they were not very PC. I can only imagine things have changed a bit and they are now coming back into fashion with a more modern storyline. Marylebone Farmers Market will have more of a family vibe this weekend with a Punch and Judy show, mini play stalls and ice cream.

Marylebone Farmers Market, Sunday

 

Theatre in a Garden Centre?

I’ve heard of some unusual fringe venues but this is new to me. The W6 Garden Centre will be presenting the Wind in the Willows performed by local theatre company Wild Ivy. Tickets are £7.50, include refreshments and need to be booked in advance. The show will be an interact retelling of a classic story and promises to be a great show for 5-11 year olds.

The Wind in the Willows, W6 Garden Centre, Sunday, 3pm

 

Anyone for tennis?

I did mention tennis, and if you think your TV is not big enough, here is a list of the best places to watch Wimbledon on a big screen. Grab some friends and family and make a day of it while the sun shines.

Tennis on the big screen