Celebrate Shakespeare's birthday|
On 15/04/2013 in Days Out
Mark the Bard's birthday with a day of family fun at the Globe Theatre, London
Celebrate the 449th anniversary of the Bard’s birth on 21st April, which is also the 397th anniversary of his death, at Shakespeare’s Globe theatre.Aimed at Families they are hosting ‘Shakespeare’s Birthday Open House’ from noon to 5pm. It has a
Best Family Restaurant: The Rooftop at The Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon|
On 25/05/2011 in Food & Dining Awards
Rob Fredrickson, Head Of Catering at the Royal Shakespeare Company and father of two, shares his tips for happy family dining
What’s your earliest food memory? Sunday roasts with my family – I’ve never seen a man eat as much as my grandfather – and crab sandwiches on the windswept Cornish coast are my fondest food memories.What foods did you like and dislike as a child? I ate anything as a child with th...
Castaway in Cornwall|
On 09/08/2011 in UK
From swimming and surfing to Shakespeare at the Minack Theatre, the coast of Cornwall is one of the crowning glories of Britain
Beach Retreats chooses all its properties for their proximity to an amazing beach, whether it’s the surf paradise of Watergate Bay, Porth, Polzeath, Fistral, Mawgan Porth or the Camel Estuary. From tranquil beach houses to cottages on rugged coasts, they’re all set in stunning lo...
Talkback: A little Comic Relief|
On 04/02/2011 in forum
I love the William Shakespeare one - which you can get in both children and adult sizes! me too, I want one!
Gnomeo & Juliet|
On 08/04/2011 in Films & DVDs
Who'd have thought being a gnome was so complicated?
eaten up by bitter jealousy and petty competition that it rules the gnomes’ lives.Amid all this comes a hint of the bard Shakespeare’s star-crossed lovers (and some scriptwriters have fun with Gnomeo and a host of diminutive puns) as Gnomeo and Juliet
Gnomeo And Juliet at the Barbican|
On 25/05/2011 in Films & DVDs
Catch this comedic caper with the Barbican's Family Film Club
of its New Versions season, the club is kicking off with a screening of Gnomeo And Juliet on June 4. A fresh take on Shakespeare's famous tale of star-crossed lovers, the film is set in the gardens of suburbia and follows the trysts and tribulations
A little Comic Relief|
On 03/02/2011 in Fashion news
This year's charity T-shirts are designed by the fabulous Vivienne Westwood - including a brilliant childrenswear range!
Vivienne Westwood has this year created ten limited edition designs including characters from the Blackadder TV series for adults and William Shakespeare for children - all sporting the iconic red nose.The T-shirts are priced from £5.99 for a children's T
On 14/04/2010 in UK
From grand adventures, to urban retreats, rural romps, fairytale holidays or casual coastal days away, the choice is yours with these places to go in Scotland
, and the spa here has also been rated as one of the world’s top five urban spas by The Sunday Times.Visit www.thebalmoralhotel.comFairytale KingdomsScottish icons don’t come much bigger than Shakespeare’s Macbeth, which is why a stay in the grounds of Cawdor
Scotland's Famous Five|
On 18/08/2011 in UK
Explore the Famous Five locations in Scotland with grand hotels, fairytale castles, rural retreats, urban resorts and coastal destinations
rated as one of the world’s top five urban spas by The Sunday Times. Visit www.thebalmoralhotel.comFairytaleScottish icons don’t come much bigger than Shakespeare’s Macbeth, which is why a stay in the grounds of Cawdor Castle is such a magical experience
Edinburgh Festival 2011|
On 28/07/2011 in Days Out
Our pick of the best family-friendly shows at this year’s Edinburgh Festival
Each year during the month of August, the Scottish capital becomes a vibrant cultural hub as it plays host to the biggest arts festival in the world. With everything from one-man Shakespeare monologues to stand up ventriloquists and urban ballet