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WHAT’S ON MAY


Tiny Dancers Family Rave The ACT Kingston 2 May, 2-4pm Rave the day away with the family and be home by tea time. Adults £8, children £7. Under 12 months free. www.tinydancers events.com


Family Rave Pryzm, Kingston 3 May, 2-4:30pm Big Fish Little Fish return to Kingston with this Space themed family rave. This is a Drum n Bass special and as ever there will be the normal glitter cannons, giant balloons and face painting. Tickets £10.96. bigfishlittlefish events.co.uk


Surbiton Village Fete St Andrews Square 9-10 May, 12-6pm Food and drink stallsin the open air with live music in the background. There will be workshops and demonstrations as well. surbitonfoodfestival.org


Zippo’s Circus Figges Marsh, Mitcham The circus is back in town with acrobatics, clowns and all the family favourites. Tickets from £7.99 plus booking fee. www.zippos.co.uk


Seething Community Sports Day and Picnic Victoria Recreation Ground 17 May, 12-4pm Pull up with your picnic and watch the Sports Day fun – including the traditional end to the day, the Tug of War. surbitonfoodfestival.org


Half Term activities Bocketts Farm Park 23-31 May Meet the farm animals on a great day out at Bocketts. Daily activities include pony rides, goat milking, animal handling, tractor rides, gold panning and the famous pig racing! In addition, the Animal Discovery Barn and Small Animal Village offer a chance to get close to many animals. www.bocketts farm.co.uk


Pop Divas Live 2020 Epsom Playhouse 27 May, 2pm Little Mix, Ariana Grande and others in this pop diva tribute act. Prices from £16. www.epsomplay house.co.uk


Thumbs Up Its Thursday! Kingston Town Centre 28 May www.inkingston.co.uk/ thumbsup


Natural Dyes Nature Trail Morden Hall Park 23-31 May, 10am-4pm Follow the trail and learn about the uses for the plants at the park. www.nationaltrust.org.uk/ morden-hall-park


Take One Picture Exhibition National Gallery London


Work by children at The Priory C of E School in Wimbledon will be on display at London’s National Gallery this summer. The school regularly takes part in the Gallery’s Take One Picture programme, focusing on one item from its collection and responding creatively to its themes, subject matter, historical context and composition.


Year 2 at The Priory responded to George Bellows’ painting The Men of the Dock with ‘Hats of Hope’. Get inspired by the creativity from children around the country in the Take One Picture exhibition from May and pick up ideas to help your family get more from art.


Check twitter.com/PrioryWimbledon for more news 24 www.timeand


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Wild Art Ham House 23-31 May, 10am-5pm Discover Ham’s wild flowers and get arty with your very own botanical drawing. £2 Normal admission applies. www.nationaltrust.org.uk/ ham-house-and-garden


Zog Rose Theatre 26-31 May Join Zog as he tries to succeed at Dragon School. Relaxed performance 29 May 1:30pm. Tickets: £15. www.rosetheatre kingston.org


The Gruffalo + The Snail and The Whale in Concert Royal Albert Hall 29 May, 2:15 and 5pm A double-bill screening of Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s much-loved family stories, with live accompaniment from the BBC Concert Orchestra. Each film runs for approx. 27 mins. No interval. Tickets start from £15. royalalberthall.com


BioBlitz Morden Hall Park 30-31 May, 10am-4pm Join in as volunteers count the plants, fungi and animals at the park. There will also be stalls and information points during the event. Free. www.nationaltrust.org.uk/ morden-hall-park


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