Children’s events in London Saturday 25 February

Childrens events in London on Sat 25th February

Our guide to childrens events in London on Saturday 25 February 2012.

Museum exhibition in London at Natural History Museum

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Natural History Museum Have you ever seen the movie "Night At The Museum"? Well... now's your chance to find out what really stalks the corridors of the Natural History Museum as night descends, with the towering bones of Diplodocus nearby. Activities include a torch-lit tour of the famous galleries, and a live show called "Revenge of the Minibeasts".
Theatre show in London: Island at Dorfman Theatre

to Dorfman Theatre When Cameron is told he is going to spend his holidays on an island in the middle of the Arctic Ocean, where the skies flash with ice storms, he isn't very happy. Cut off from all his friends, Cameron can either help his mum with her research, or put on his boots and explore. But is the island really uninhabited? See Island at the Dorfman Theatre on Sat February 25th, when the theatre show comes to London.
 
Childrens event in London at Hampstead Observatory

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to Hampstead Observatory Hampstead Observatory is a small observatory with a six-inch refractor, housed inside a rotating dome, and it has one major advantage over its more famous brother in Greenwich -- it allows the public to just turn up and see the stars for free. You don't even have to book.

That’s all the events for children, but there are plenty more 25 February events in London, including:

Mondrian || Nicholson: In Parallel25 FebruaryThe Courtauld Gallery is putting on a special exhibition which follows the friendship that developed between Piet Mondrian and Ben Nicholson — two of the leading forces of abstract art. Using major paintings and reliefs by both artists, its explores the parallel paths that Mondrian and Nicholson charted during the 1930s in their Hampstead studios.

See the London Olympic medals, at the British Museum25 FebruaryThe British Museum will be hosting a small exhibition showcasing all the medals that can be won at the London Olympics. Also on show will be medals from the 1908 and 1948 London Olympics. The display will tell the complete story of the medals from start to finish, from the mining of the metal to the creation of the designs, to the final casting at the Royal Mint.

“One Man, Two Guvnors” — Adelphi Theatre25 FebruaryAfter getting sacked from his skiffle band Francis Henshall becomes minder to Roscoe Crabbe. But Roscoe is actually his sister Rachel posing as her own dead brother — who was murdered by her boyfriend Stanley Stubbers. But then Francis takes a job with Stubbers (as Roscoe) who still pines to be reunited… with Rachel.

Lucian Freud’s Portraits25 FebruaryThis major new exhibition will focus on Lucian Freud’s portraits — a central theme throughout his career. It will be divided into broad themes from particular periods. For example, paintings of Freud’s lovers, close friends and family will be used to demonstrate the psychological drama and intensity of his work.

Anton du Beke & Erin Boag — Let’s Do It!25 FebruaryBritain’s favourite dance couple Anton du Beke and Erin Boag are returning to the stage with a fantastic new show — “Let’s Do It”. The music will be provided by singer Lance Ellington and a live orchestra, and they will be accompanied by some excellent guest dancers.

Boat Show Comedy Club — Lee Hurst25 FebruaryLee Hurst will appearing at Tattershall Castle — London’s finest floating comedy club — alongside Dave Fulton and Mark Mair.

Who Do You Think You Are? — Live!25 FebruaryLondon Olympia will be hosting a live version of the popular TV show “Who Do You Think You Are?”. If you’ve ever wondered what your ancestors did for a living, where they lived and how they died, then this show is the perfect place to start.

“Travelling Light”, at the National Theatre25 FebruaryWhen Motl Mendl first sees the silent images on his dad’s cinematograph, he is entranced. With encouragement from his friend Anna, Motl leaves his little village and ends up as a famed film director. “Travelling Light” is a study of the Eastern European immigrants who rose to became major players in Hollywood’s golden age.

Juno and the Paycock, at the National Theatre25 FebruaryJuno is struggling to cajole Jack back into work as he spends his time drinking with his sidekick. Their son is crippled after fighting for the IRA, and their daughter has joined a union and gone on strike. “Juno and the Paycock” offers a devastating portrait of wasted potential in a Dublin torn apart by the chaos of the Irish Civil War.

 
 
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