RSS

Education & Workshops

Jane McGowan talks to Emma King-Farlow, founder of Unbroken, an arts festival promoting mental health awareness Read more

THEATRE

June 29 – July 29. A dazzling array of poetry, burlesque, comedy, opera, art, theatre, dance, music, kids’ events, workshops, talks and performances come to Guildford over July as part of the Guildford Fringe Read more

THEATRE

easter-revision-courses-surrey-london.jpg

Suzanne Plunkett

Easter revision courses have never been more popular Read more

FAMILIES

The bestselling author of How to Train Your Dragon and The Wizards of Once comes to Dorking Halls Read more

HOME

Inspired by a chance encounter with a spider, Shavy Makh, co-founder of the Be Kind Movement is collaborating with local Wandsworth businesses to produce ‘ITSY’, a short film on Kindness Read more

HOME

The schools with an eye for more than just the academic record Read more

FAMILIES

4 STARS, March 18-25. Equally suitable for kids and adults alike, Shakespeare Up Close's production of Twelfth Night is a streamlined, fast-paced romp through one of The Bard's most popular romantic comedies, says Fiona Adams Read more

THEATRE

As a mum of four boys with autism, Sarah Ziegel has turned her experiences into a practical guide Read more

FAMILIES

The Affordable Art Fair is back at Battersea Park October 20-23 for an arty extravaganza, showing an awesome array of original artwork all priced between £100 and £5,000. We list 5 of the things we're most excited about for this years fair. Read more

THEATRE

When it comes to championing free schools, Toby Young is a class apart. Victor Smart takes a tutorial Read more

FAMILIES

There may be clouds in the sky but that doesn’t mean your skin is safe! We get some expert advice on sun safety for summer Read more

FAMILIES

Garden designers Tom Massey and John Ward drew attention to the plight of desperate refugees at the Hampton Flower Show with their Border Control exhibit. The garden, supported by UNHCR, aimed to raise awareness about the suffering of refugees Read more

HOME

Judith Kerr and Michale Morpurgo lead an incredible line up of literary figures at the Barnes Children's Literature Festival May 14 – 15 Read more

FAMILIES

Welcome to the first review of our new feature, 'Parent's eye'. This regular feature, written by the wonderful mums and dads of Surrey & SW London, will consist of a series of reviews and advice on where to take your little ones. Read more

FAMILIES

Women are dishing out more money than men for basic healthcare products, can the same be said for education? Kasia Maynard investigates the difference in price between independent boys and girls schools in South West London and Surrey. Read more

FAMILIES

As his new genre busting show Anarchist Cook will attest, George Egg is a man of many talents. George will be performing his special blend of hotel cookery and comedy at the Cryer in Sutton March 12 and the Norden Arts Centre in Maidenhead March 13 Read more

THEATRE

If you go down to the woods today, you're sure of a big surprise! Samantha Laurie unearths groundbreaking outdoor nurseries in Wimbledon, Chiswick, Wandsworth and Cobham Read more

FAMILIES

Graeme Ginsberg is Director of Cornerstone Tutors, which provides private one-to-one tutoring to primary and secondary school students in South West London and North Surrey. He gives parents the ins and outs of private tutoring Read more

FAMILIES

This February half term, performing arts charity Create joins forces with the Richmond Carers Centre to give 20 young carers the opportunity to shine through dramatic arts. Read more

THEATRE