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WHAT’S ON APRIL


This Time by Ockham’s Razor Rose Theatre 2-3 April, 7:30pm This Time combines circus, autobiographical storytelling and original equipment to create compelling visual theatre. Suitable for ages 8+. Running time 70 mins. No interval. Tickets £20. www.rosetheatre kingston.org


Craft and Coffee Rose Theatre 4 April, 10am-12pm Free crafts organised by King’s Church Kingston. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Contact louise@kings church.com for more information


Comedy Club 4 Kids Southbank Centre 4-5 April, 2pm Stand up comedy (without the rude bits). Suitable for ages 6+. Tickets £9/10. www.comedyclub 4kids.co.uk


Ranger for a day?


This Easter, as part of the Cadbury Easter Egg hunt, everyone has the chance to become a Range for a Day at Morden Hall Park. You even get a chocolate prize for your efforts.


Discover what a Ranger would need to do on a day to day basis to look after a property like Morden Hall Park – a country estate within the boundaries of London.


You’ll gain skills and get hands on experience as you learn about the biodiversity of our unique park. Do you know our South Park wildflower meadow used to be a deer park and that its origins can be traced back to medieval times?


Find out more at www.nationaltrust.org/ morden-hall-park


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The Big Bushcraft Family Adventure Painshill Park 6 April Suitable for children 5 and over. Children must be accompanied by an adult, maximum 3 children per adult. Tickets £50. www.painshill.co.uk


Engine Shed Takeover Whitehall Historic House 6 April, 10am and 2pm Engine Shed runs events for autistic children and their families to help to develop their social and communication skills, using their interest in trains and transport. Suitable for ages 4-14. No formal diagnosis necessary. Tickets £9. www.engineshed london.com


Gulliver’s Travels Unicorn Theatre Show until 3 May, various times Lemuel Gulliver sails away to a world of strange islands and even stranger creatures. Suitable for ages 7+. Tickets £8-18. www.unicorntheatre.com


Gulliver’s Journey Drama workshop Unicorn Theatre 6 and 18 April, 3:45pm Go on stage after the show and discover more of Gullier’s world in this workshop for ages 7+. £10. No adults. 45 mins. www.unicorntheatre.com


Quacky Races Morden Hall Park 7-8 April, 11am-3pm Hire a duck for £2.50, make your flag to wave and watch it race down the Wandle. www.nationaltrust.org.uk/ morden-hall-park


Tiddler and Other Terrific Tales Queen Elizabeth Hall 7-11 April Meet a whole host of colourful characters from best-loved titles including Tiddler, Monkey Puzzle, The Smartest Giant in Town and A Squash and a Squeeze. Relaxed performance Friday at 2.30pm. Adults £16, children £12. www.southbank centre.co.uk


Giraffes Can’t Dance Rose Theatre 8-18 April Join Gerald the Giraffe as he learns to find his own rhythm. For ages 3-6 years. Running time 55 minutes with no interval. Tickets £15. www.rosetheatre kingston.org


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Chloe and the Colour Catcher Lyric Hammersmith 7-11 April Join Chloe on her courageous journey to unleash all seven shades of the rainbow. Tickets £10. Running time 50 mins. Suitable for ages 4-7. lyric.co.uk


Thumbs Up Its Thursday! Kingston Town Centre 9 and 16, April A variety of free or low cost activities across Kingston Town Centre. www.inkingston.co.uk/ thumbsup


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