The enduring appeal of the world created by writer A.A. Milne and his illustrator EH Shepherd has fascinated and charmed generations of readers. Following the success of Milne biopic Goodbye Christopher Robin in 2017, the V&A is paying tribute to the work that went into creating the classic children’s stories.
The interactive exhibition should appeal to long-time fans, and those discovering Winnie-the-Pooh for the first time. Visitors can explore sketches, photographs, ceramics, costumes and letters, perfect for rainy days or a half term outing if you’re looking for holiday activities with the kids. Entrance is free for children under 11 when accompanied by a ticket holder.
Celebrate the world of independent short filmmaking from British and international talent as LSFF returns for its 19th run. Screenings include drama, comedy, animation, low budget and experimental work. Each day also hosts a couple of industry events—usually at 12. […]
Sadly the Chinese New Year festivities for 2022 — the Year of the Tiger — have been cancelled due to COVID-19 precautions. Instead, follow #CNYLondon on social media for online celebrations. About Chinese New Year 2022 in London Chinese New […]
Running since 1977, the London International Mime Festival features the best mime acts from around the world. It covers just about every facet of visual theatre you can imagine. Whether you’re there for the classic mime, the puppetry or the […]
The London Motorcycle Show promises the latest bikes, racing, pro riders and more than 200 stands offering all manner of bikes, gear and accessories. Along with new bikes, there will be a classics on display including a new section of […]