Children’s events in London Friday 4 November

Childrens events in London on Fri 4th November

Our guide to childrens events in London on Friday 4 November 2016.

Childrens event in London at Canary Wharf

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to Canary Wharf An outdoor ice rink in the shadow of the Canary Wharf skyscrapers, with a perimeter path made of fir trees and fairy lights.
Childrens event in London at Bishop’s Park

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Bishop’s Park Bishops Park will be hosting two displays -- one for the little kids, with less bangs, and one for the the adults a bit later on.
 
Childrens event in London at London Zoo

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London Zoo Treat your kids to a scary sleepover in the Bugs house at London Zoo, alongside the spiders, beetles and creep crawlies.
Childrens event in London at Harrods

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to Harrods Take you kids to see the toy factory at Harrods, and then meet Santa in his Winter Cabin inside the Christmas Grotto.
 
Childrens event in London at Kingsmeadow

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Kingsmeadow Kingston will be holding its annual fireworks display at the Kingsmeadow Stadium again, with a funfair and food stalls.
Childrens event in London at Alexandra Palace

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to Alexandra Palace The fireworks at Alexandra Palace will include a children's funfair, ice rink, German beer festival, and Day of the Dead parade.
 
Childrens event in London at Wwe Smackdown Wrestling at SSE Arena Wembley

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SSE Arena Wembley American wrestling is coming to London when all the big WWE stars fight it out at the SSE Wembley Arena.
Childrens event in London at Jurassic Park at Royal Albert Hall

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to Royal Albert Hall The Royal Albert Hall will be screening 'Jurassic Park' on a big screen, alongside a live performance of the score.
 
Childrens event in London at Natural History Museum

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to Natural History Museum The Natural History Museum always has one of the best outdoor ice rinks, decorated with a huge tree and fairy lights.
Museum exhibition in London at Museum of Childhood

to Museum of Childhood The Museum of Childhood's new exhibition and explore the history of more than 100 board games, both old and new.
 
Theatre show in London: Harry Potter And The Cursed Child at Palace Theatre

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to Palace Theatre Palace Theatre has snapped up the rights to "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" -- a brand-new story by JK Rowling.
Theatre show in London: Gruffalo at Lyric Theatre

 

to Lyric Theatre "The Gruffalo" is a musical adaptation of the award winning picture book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler.
 
Musical in London: Aladdin at Prince Edward Theatre

 

to Prince Edward Theatre Disney's "Aladdin" has been turned into a West End musical, and will be showing at the Prince Edward Theatre.
Museum exhibition in London at London Film Museum

to London Film Museum "Bond in Motion" is a huge collection of original cars, bikes and boats used during filming in the 007 James Bond movies.
Musical in London: Charlie And The Chocolate Factory at Theatre Royal Drury Lane

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to Theatre Royal Drury Lane Roald Dahl's much-loved children's classic "Charlie & The Chocolate Factory" has been turned into a West End musical.
Musical in London: Lion King at Lyceum Theatre

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to Lyceum Theatre Based on the Oscar-winning Disney movie, "The Lion King" tells the story of Simba and his adventures in the jungle.
 

That’s all the events for children, but there are plenty more 4 November events in London, including:

Forgotten Fighters: First World War at Sea4 November“Forgotten Fighters” will tell the story of the people who fought the First World War at sea, both above and below the waves.

South Africa: The Art of a Nation — British Museum4 NovemberExplore the history of South Africa through its art, from early rock art to cutting-edge contemporary pieces.

Look around the historic Lincoln’s Inn4 NovemberLincoln’s Inn is one of the four Inns of Court and dates to 1422. This tour will look at the Old Hall, Great Hall and Chapel.

Visscher’s London of 1616 — Redrawn for 20164 NovemberThe Guildhall Art Gallery will be showing Visscher’s image of medieval London alongside a new version by Robin Reynolds.

Feminist Avant-Garde (from the Verbund Collection)4 NovemberThe Photographers’ Gallery “Feminist Avant-Garde of the 1970s” exhibition includes work from the Verbund Collection.

The Libertine — starring Dominic Cooper4 November“The Libertine” tells the story of the notorious Earl of Rochester, who’s life is turned upside down when he meets an actress.

J. B. Priestley’s “An Inspector Calls”4 NovemberJB Priestley’s classic thriller “An Inspector Calls” is returning to the London stage for a limited run at the Playhouse Theatre.

“Les Miserables”, at the Queen’s Theatre4 November“Les Miserables” is an epic tale of passion and destruction, set against the backdrop of the French Revolution.

Abstract Expressionism — Royal Academy of Arts4 November“Abstract Expressionism” will feature works by celebrated artists like Kline, Pollock, Rothko, Newman, Still and de Kooning.

 
 
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