The LittleBird Family Pass February Half Term Top Picks

We’ve rounded up some great activities and events to help you and your family stay entertained, inspired and active throughout the February Half Term with the only problem, how to fit it all in! 

So get comfy, put the kettle on and enjoy the read. 

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Imagine Children’s Festival, Southbank Centre, 8th – 18th February 

Imagine Children’s Festival promises 160 events jam-packed into 12 days and over 50% of the festival is completely free. You can find the very best children’s theatre, comedy, music, literature, dance and full-on fun for children and their grown-ups, plus accessible events and mindful activities. 

Highlights include a live adaptation of Tales from Acorn Wood, based on Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s series, a modern dance-theatre retelling of Rapunzel, beats and boogies in YolanDa’s Band Jam, talks from Cressida Cowell and Ashley and Jordan Banjo, hip-hop dance workshops with ZooNation Youth Company, artwork from acclaimed street-artist STIK, plus even more treats.

To find out more & to book your tickets, click here

Vets in Action, ZSL London Zoo, 12th  – 20th February

We’re inviting children to become zoo vets this February half-term at Vets in Action, an award-winning role-playing experience for budding veterinarians. 

Let the kids step into the role of a vet at ZSL London Zoo for a week of fun interactive family events.  

After arriving for work at the Zoo’s specially-recreated zoo vet centre, junior vets will be prepped with hairnets and masks before helping experts examine, diagnose and carry out treatments on soft toys, experiencing first-hand the huge variety of work carried out by the Zoo’s vets, vet nurses and zookeepers – from microchipping meerkats to caring for a wounded lion.  

Standard tickets, adult £32.50 and child £21.12. To find out more & to book tickets, click  here

Half Term Explorers, English Heritage 

Get fit for history on a fun-filled outdoor explorer quest at English Heritage sites across the country.

Roam around the grounds and gardens to find games and activities inspired by the history of the site, including knights, soldiers, medieval monks or ancient Olympians.

Find your nearest here 

LittleBird Top Tip: Use code EHAFF2023 to receive a 15% discount off annual membership, click here 

Jack v Giant, Polka Theatre, Wimbledon, 11th February – 26th March

Join Jack, a brave young girl who embarks on an exciting adventure when she sells the family cow in return for magic beans. This new production is packed with beautiful puppetry and toe-tapping original music, and brought to you from the team behind We’re Going on a Bear Hunt and How to Hide a Lion. 

Aimed at ages 4 – 8 year olds. Tickets £10. 

To find out more & to book tickets, click here. And to find out what else Polka has on this half term, click here

Anansi The Spider, Unicorn Theatre, London Bridge, until Sat 25 Feb

These classic West African and Caribbean tales about the spider hoaxster are brought vividly to life as this highly acclaimed sold out show returns.People say that in a time long, long ago, animals walked on two feet and spoke with words, like we do. And back then it was known by everyone that the cleverest of all the animals in the kingdom was a spider – the infamous Anansi – the original trickster and the master spinner of yarns. 

Aimed at ages 3 – 7 year olds. Under 18s £9 – £17 / Adults £15 – £25.50

To find out more & to book tickets, click here. And to find out what else is on at the Unicorn this half term, click here

LittleBird Top Tip: While you’re at the Unicorn, you’re a hop, skip and a jump from Tower Bridge,  a walk along the Thames and a self guided art trail. 

Holiday Make Studio with Uniqlo Tate play,  Tate Modern, Southbank, 11th – 19th February  

Taking inspiration from textile artists, you’re  invited  to knit and thread your own creations on Tate’s large looms in the Turbine Hall. Have fun working together to weave your ideas through stitching, looping and colouring different textiles, which can be hung, draped and added to Tate’s soft space for families. 

This is a free walk-up activity and no booking is required. 

To find out more, click here 

Room on the Broom, Rose Theatre, Kingston, 14th – 19th February 

The witch and her cat are travelling on their broomstick when they pick up some hitch-hikers – a friendly dog, a beautiful green bird and a frantic frog. But this broomstick’s not meant for five and – CRACK – it snaps in two… just as the hungry dragon appears!

Jump on board the broom with the witch and her cat in Tall Stories’ fun-filled adaptation of Room on the Broom, the best-selling picture book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler.

Aimed at ages 3+, tickets from £15.00

To find out more & to book tickets, click here .And to find out what else is on for families at the Rose Theatre, click here 

Workshops & Storytelling at Shakespeare’s Globe, Southbank,  12th – 19th February 

Head to Shakespeare’s Globe for some exciting Storytelling performances to uncover famous plays in new ways, or bring Shakespeare’s characters and stories to life together in creative Family Workshops.

Step back in time to Shakespeare’s London. Discover the secrets of the iconic Globe Theatre on a Family Guided Tour, or even experience stage combat with a Family Sword Fighting Demonstration.

Aimed at ages 5+, tickets from £15

To find out more & to book, click here 

Canary Wharf Ice Rink, until 25th February 

It’s your last chance to visit Canary Wharf’s ice rink that promises a magical winter experience with over 1,000 twinkling fairy lights. Plus, it’s an ice rink with a roof so there’s no chance of rain canceling your fun. 

Tickets: Adult/Teen (over 13’s only) £19.95 & Children (4 – 12 years) £14.95

To find out more & to book tickets, click here

Join half-term Design Camps at the Design Museum, 13th – 15th February, various camps on various days

The Design Museum in Kensington offers a range of activities for future designers to get creative this half-term. From crochet to coding or escaping pirates, the in-person Design Camps are fun and engaging with workshops.

With different camps aimed at ages  8 – 11 years old and 11 – 14 years old.

To find out more & to book, click here   

LittleBird Top Tip: Check out the Design Museum’s ‘Create and Make at home’ activities and videos, with tons to choose from, you can make your own DJ Mask, instruments, design your own shoes and house or make your own  spinning animation.  

Fun Kids Engineering Academy Live, London’s Musical Museum, Brentford, 16th February 

Join Fun Kids Radio for a day of engineering fun including the chance to record your own podcast, make a bracelet that says your name in Morse Code, build a rollercoaster for a marble from paper, watch a performance of the Wurlitzer organ and see how lighting and sound works on stage. 

Aimed at ages 8 –  12. Tickets £20 for children only. Accompanying adults (18+) go free. Up to two adults admitted per child.

To find out more & to book tickets, click here   

Elmer and Friends, the colourful world  of David McKee, Horniman Museum & Gardens, until 16th April 

Step into David McKee’s colourful world in this first ever major retrospective of illustrations and celebrate over 30 years of Elmer the Patchwork Elephant.

Visit Elmer’s world, where you will be greeted by a big magnetic Elmer game and enjoy the ultimate Instagram moment. The adventure continues as you walk through Elmer’s jungle, encountering characters and stories along the way. There will be original artwork from Not Now Bernard, Mr Benn and an original storyboard of King Rollo. Visit the fancy-dress costume shop featured in Mr Benn, with dressing up and reading areas.

Tickets; Adult: £5, Child £2.50

To find out more & to book tickets, click here

LittleBird Top Tip: And don’t miss Make Your Own Dinosaur Tail, 13th – 17th February – find out all about it here. Plus Brick Dinos arrives on 10th February, get the details here

Light Festival at Battersea Power Station, until 5th March 

The Light Festival at Battersea Power Station returns for its third year promising it’s very own ‘glow up’ this winter with the largest collection of installations to date. There are eight pieces of artwork, curated in partnership with Light Art Collection, with the display both outdoors and inside the Power Station, alongside Electric Boulevard, a new pedestrianised high street for London. Plus there are food hut and trucks if you need something yummy and warm. View the Light Festival map here

To find out more, click here 

LittleBird Top Tip: Recently opened, if you’ve made the journey to Battersea Power Station, you might want to explore the new attraction Lift 109. Travel 109 metres to the top of the north-west chimney where you’ll get to take in a 360 degree view of London’s skyline.

Circus Zyair, Hop Farm, Kent, 11th – 19th February 

This brand new show for 2023 features over thirty adrenaline fuelled performers from all across the globe. 

Fearless acrobats and daredevil stuntmen guarantee maximum thrills by risking life and limb daily for your entertainment.  The dazzling combination of high energy, jaw dropping talent and electric atmosphere promises a magical and unforgettable experience for the whole family. 

All tickets £15.99

To find out more & to book tickets, click here 

LittleBird Top Tip: To get 19% off tickets, use code LB50 so £12.99pp instead of £15.99, saving you £3 per ticket!

Adventures departing at the Postal Museum, Clerkenwell, 11th- 17th February

Get crafty and paint your own royal cypher, make your own stamp with printmaking workshops or write a time-capsule letter to your future self. As always, you can ride the popular Mail Rail, an underground postal railway. Drop-in activities 

Tickets; Adult £16, Child, £9 and tickets are valid for a year!

To find out more book, click here 

LittleBird Top Tip: If you have under 8s, don’t miss Sorted! Postal Play Space, a mini-town where your little ones can play at being a postie.  £4 online / £5 on the day – can be booked separately here

Go Ape, UK wide 

Head to the forest and have an outdoor adventure this Half Term with Go Ape. From Treetop Adventures for all ages that offer intricate crossings, wobbly bridges and zip wire finales to Net Adventures that promise treetop bouncy nets linked by walkways 30 feet above the forest floor, inflatable balls and super slides. 

Tickets from £23. To find out your nearest location and to book, click here

LittleBird Top Tip: To discover exclusive Go Ape savings, join the Family Pass. Find out more here

Adrift: The Curious Tale of the Lego Lost, Southwark Cathedral, London Bridge

This small illustrative display contains some of the 5 million Lego pieces that had fallen from a cargo ship famously washed up to the Cornwall beaches that had fallen from a cargo ship. 

Well worth dropping into if you’re passing and free to boot. 

To find out more, click here 

Ninja Warrior, UK wide 

Inspired by the hit ITV show, Ninja Warrior UK offers  supervised activity and fitness venues throughout the UK. You can climb, balance, jump and swing across different obstacles using and developing your Ninja skills. A great place for supervised family activities and for keeping fit.

Aimed at ages 5+, tickets from £12

Find out more here

Inflata Nation Inflatable ThemeParks, various locations including London, Manchester, Birmingham, Glasgow, Newcastle and Huddersfield

With tons of park activities on offer at all locations, Inflata Nation ticks everyone’s box. There are  Inflata Super Slides, quadruple obstacle courses, Inflata climbing in walls, bumpy slides, tipping slides, ball pools, duel platforms, inflatable bubbles, and more! Plus, there’s a mini inflatable area for the under 4’s including a ball pool and soft play.  

Tickets from; Ages 4 to 15 and Adults – £9.99, Under 4 – £5.99. Find out more here

LittleBird Top Tip: To discover exclusive Inflata Nation savings at the London and Manchester location, join the Family Pass. Find out more here

Oxygen Freejumping, Trampoline Parks, various locations 

With over 100 connected trampolines and innovative zones to get you bouncing, climbing, and somersaulting Freejumping is pure fun for all ages. Bounce to new heights, learn new tricks, get moving. 

Tickets from £27. Find out more here 

The Instrumentals, Little Angel Theatre, Islington, 10th February – 26th April

Combined with innovative puppetry and lots of comedy, this fun musical will have audiences u[ and dancing! Bursting to life with brilliant puppetry and bold music, The Instrumentals is full of love and laughter, about the memories we hold and how we celebrate life. This is a show for all children with characters, story & inspiration from the African-Caribbean diaspora. It’s full of uplifting original music with soulful sounds and seventies grooves. 

Tickets £14.00 Adult £12.00 Child (age 1-17)

To find out more & to book tickets click here 

Marching Orders: Food and Rationing, National Army Museum, Chelsea 14th – 17th February 

Join this exciting family tour anf discover what soldiers’ rations are really like and how they have changed throughout time. Come and explore how the Army has kept its soldiers fed in this interactive, family friendly tour. 

To find out more, click here 

Jurassic Encounters: Animal Show, Natural History Museum, South Kensington, 13th & 17th February

Delve into the Jurassic and meet the modern-day relatives of the animals that lived alongside Dippy in this fantastic show. Meet incredible creatures, including snakes, lizards and tarantulas, and learn more about them in this 45-minute, ethical experience. Join this lively animal show where you’ll have the chance to get up close to amazing animals whose ancestors roamed the Earth with Dippy and the other dinosaurs. 

Tickets: £8

To find out more & to book tickets, click here

The Twist Museum, Oxford Circus

Twist Museum is an immersive experience that explores, and puts to the test, the power of your mind in experiencing the world around you. Through interactive exhibits that play with how you understand the world around you. It’s your reality, with a twist. Explore the joy and wonder of illusion. Step into mind-altering immersive rooms, get up close and personal with unexpected interactive illusions, and discover how your brain interprets reality. Can you see colours that aren’t there? Do you always know which way is up? Can a corridor go on forever? 

Ticket: Adult £23.50, Child £18.50

To find out more & to book tickets, click here

JORVIK Viking Festival, York, 11th – 19th February

Europe’s largest Viking Festival returns to York just in time for half term, telling the stories of Viking women beyond the homestead through the voices of seers, queens and shield maidens.  A story of women whose influence was as great as any mighty warrior. With living history encampments, talks, tours, family events, evening entertainment and dramatic combat performances, there’s something for everyone. 

Battle Spectacular Tickets from £16 for children, £20 for adults. 

For Jorvik Viking Centre: Tickets from Adult £15 (incl donation) Child £10.50 (incl donation) Under 5 free. 

To find out more & to book, click here

To Sherlock: The Official Live Game, Shepherds Bush

From the creators of the hit BBC TV series, Sherlock: The Official Live Game is a unique adventure combines an immersive experience with an escape game. Headed up by Mycroft Holmes, The Network is a covert branch of British Intelligence, on the hunt for new recruits. To join the ranks as an Agent, you’ll need to complete a routine training mission at headquarters. But not all is as it seems… enter the world of BBC’s Sherlock in a private escape room, uncovering clues, solving puzzles, and cracking the case before time runs out.

Aimed at ages 10+. Children 7+ welcome at their parent/guardian’s discretion.

To find out more & to book tickets, click here

LittleBird Top Tip: Play as a family or with friends (4 – 6 players) for £99 with code LITTLEBIRD99 this half term. Valid on any timeslot, must be booked by Sun 26 February 2023. Groups must contain a minimum of 2 children and 2 adults. Use code at checkout.

Pantomimes this Half Term, various locations

In the last five years or so February pantomimes have become a pretty big thing. There are lots of pantomimes running during Half Term, with both amateur and professional productions to watch, including the massively successful Mother Goose starring Ian McKellen and John Bishop, which is in Sheffield and Wolverhampton mid-February.You can find all the February Half Term pantomines for 2023 at Big Panto Guide and even get a sneak peek at all the pantos for Christmas 2023 that have already been announced.

Find out more here 

Dreamland Imaginarium, Manchester, until 16th February

February half term is your last chance to visit Dreamland Imaginarium in Manchester, a magical interactive world for families with young children. It’s a multisensory, imaginative experience with giant inflatable creatures and different textures, sights, sounds & scents. Let the kids bounce, slide, dance, play games, solve puzzles and learn more about dreams. 

Aimed at ages up to 10 years old. Tickets from £13 for 1 adult + 1 child

To find out more & to book tickets, click here

Brick Week, LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort, 11th February – 5th March 

The brick build event includes access to over 30 rides and attractions, including the UK’s first Flying Theatre Ride Flight of the Sky Lion, LEGO® City Driving School, NINJAGO® The Ride, and the Dragon!

Meet your favourite LEGOLAND Characters, take part in exclusive LEGO brick building activities or team up in a build challenge – there is something for every junior builder to enjoy. 

Tickets from just £25. To find out more & book, click here 

LittleBird Top Tip: To discover exclusive theme park savings, join the Family Pass. Find out more here

Find out more here 

Dodger Family Trail, Museum of London Docklands,West India Quay,  from 11th February 

This half term the Museum of London Docklands launches a brand new family trail based on the hair-raising, funny and rip-roaring adventures of Dodger, Fagin and the gang as seen in the BAFTA-winning BBC series Dodger.

Created in collaboration with Universal International Studios and the BBC, the free trail map will send families on a journey around the museum galleries to help help Dodger stay one step ahead of the police, who is on the run for a crime he didn’t commit and help Fagin and the gang make a living on the mean streets of London.

To find out more, click here 

Kids Crazy Golf at Birdies,  Angel & Battersea, London

A fun, cool activity that everyone loves, head to Birdies crazy golf in Angel and Battersea. if hungry strikes when you’re there, their are cheeky Burgers & kid-friendly Popstar Martinis. 

Tickets; Kids golf £6, Family Tickets £25

To find out more, check out kids friendly hours & to book, click here 

LittleBird Top Tip: If you’re heading to Angel Central on a Sunday, check out the arts and crafts Kids’ Table, 12pm – 4pm. 

Brilliant Birds at The Lookout, Hyde Park, Tuesday 14th – Thursday 16th February  

Head to Hyde Park for these free bird-inspired interactive activities in the fresh air. As we all emerge out of winter and the days get longer, you will find that birdsong increases and preparation for the nesting season begins. From building a tasty bird feeder to take home with you and following a discovery trail to crafting an intricate birds nest and listening to a springtastic interactive story. 

To find out more and to book your free place, click here

V & A Drop-in Design: Digital Tal-nori, 15th – 17th February 

Everyone is invited to this creative families workshop created by Seoul-based digital and design studio, Commoners. Get inspired by the Hallyu! The Korean Wave exhibition, K-Pop and Korean TV as you use your creative skills to design a traditional Korean mask, called Tal-nori or Tal. You can then interact with your Tal using AR (augmented reality) and learn about traditional and 

Aimed at ages 5+. Free event, find out more here 

LittleBird Top Tip: Discover what else you can get involved in by clicking here 


Natural History Museum’s Magical Mystery Nature Tour 

This self-led walk and activities can be used in any park or green space for a family wellbeing boost. Rejuvenate your body and mind and discover the magic and wonder of nature.

Find out more here

Woodland Trust Winter Picnic

Do something different and suggest a winter picnic to the kids. They might think you’re mad at first but once you start talking about hot chocolates and mulled apple juice, you might just get their attention. Find some hot food and recipe ideas from the Woodland Trust here

Forestry England’s Forest Code for Mini Beast Hunting 

Follow Forestry England’s Forest Code for Minibeast Hunting and help care for the forests’ smallest creatures. Find out more about their guide here

ID your local trees

Whether you live in a city or the countryside, have fun learning how to recognise your local trees with the Woodland Trust Tree ID app. Its’ free to download and will help you identify the UK’s native and non-native trees. It’s an A-Z tree guide in your pocket!

Find out more here


Puss in Boots: The Last Wish, 3rd February

Antonio Banderas’ swashbuckling Puss (imagine Zorro with furballs) is back some 11 and a bit years after the first Puss in Boots movie, itself a spin-off from the blockbusting Shrek franchise.

In the sequel, Puss is once again accompanied by claw-some associate Kitty Softpaws (Salma Hayek) as he sets out to restore eight out of his nine lives. Starry new additions to the series include The Favourite’s Olivia Colman and Don’t Worry Darling’s Florence Pugh.

Epic Tails, 10th February 

Greek mythology is the inspiration for the movie Epic Tails and features the voices of Rob Beckett, Giovanna Fletcher and Josh Widdicombe. . This animated tale tells the story of a super smart mouse called Pattie and her feline friend Sam, as they embark upon an exciting adventure of paw-some proportions through Ancient Greece.

The Smeds and The Smoos

Just for half term week, this half hour family film based on the much loved picture books written by Julia Donaldson and illustrated by Axel Scheffler will be in cinemas. However just to keep it simple some cinemas are showing it on its own, while the Odeon cinema chain are pairing it with Superworm, Showcase Cinemas with Room on the Broom and Empire are teaming it up with Zog and the Flying Doctors.

Magic Mike: The Last Dance, 10th February 

“Magic” Mike Lane (Channing Tatum) takes to the stage again after a lengthy hiatus, following a business deal that went bust, leaving him broke and taking bartender gigs in Florida. For what he hopes will be one last hurrah, Mike heads to London with a wealthy socialite (Salema Hayek) who lures him with an offer he can’t refuse…and an agenda all her own. With everything on the line,—will he be able to pull it off?

Marlowe, 15th February 

Starring Liam Neeson, this period piece set against the backdrop of 1930s Bay Cityexplores the mystery of the missing ex-lover of a well-renowned heiress. Glamorous housewife Claire Cavendish (Diane Kruger) looks for her missing husband with the help of a down-on-his-luck detective, Phillip Marlowe (the iconic character from so many Chandler adaptations, such as The Big Sleep, Lady in the Lake, and The Long Goodbye).

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, 17th February

The upcoming film sees Paul Rudd’s hero transported to the Quantum Realm with his daughter Cassie (Kathryn Newton), Janet van Dyne (Michelle Pfeiffer), and Hank Pym (Michael Douglas), where they face off against new big bad Kang the Conqueror (Jonathan Majors). 

To discover exclusive cinema savings, join the Family Pass. Find out more here


Barbican’s Star in your Own Show Activity Book 

Star in your own show, have fun transforming household items into characters and scenery, and create your own sensory journey.This step-by-step guide is packed with great ideas to make a multi-sensory show at home. Learn how to transform furniture, toys, utensils and clothing into sets, props, sound and lighting effects, to bring your stories to life. The fully illustrated activity book is ideal for children of any age. 

Find out more here 

Astronomy At Home with Royal Observatory 

Explore the night sky using the Royal Observatory’s online resources and make-and-do activities specially designed by astronomers, all from the comfort of your own home.

Browse through videos that show you how to make your own Solar System in a box, draw your own star-forming nebula with NebulArt or make a galaxy of your own with Galaxy Goo. Travel through these videos to discover what space is really like.

Start exploring here 

Tate Kids Quiz ‘How Hockney Are You?’

With the new David Hockney: Bigger & Closer at The Lightroom exhibition opening soon (22nd Feb – 4th June) why not find out ‘How Hockney You Are’ with Tate Kids quiz. 

Take the quiz here and while you’re there, why not explore Tate Kids – there’s tons of fun to be had! Go there now 

Next Level Pancake Art

Looking for inspiration and cool ideas on ‘drawing’ pancakes in readiness for Pancake Day on 21st February? Look no further…   

Watch this

Investigate at home with Natural History Museum 

Be a scientist at home and find specimens where you live. Use your scientific skills, make observations, ask questions and look for evidence. 

Find out all your need to know to get started here and download your own Investigate recording sheet here


Edible Love from Eats Amazing

Peruse through Eats Amazing Valentine theme snacks and treats for some Valentine hands on edible, tasty fun. 

Be inspired here

Make An Origami Heart with Maths on Toast 

Make an origami heart with a special message inside. Discover some origami magic by transforming a 2D flat surface into a 3D shape made up of many different polygons. Just by folding paper!

Pop your creation in an envelope then post or deliver it to someone! 

Get folding here 

Pancake fun with Okido’s Messy 

Get some practice in for Pancake Day (Tuesday 21st February) with Okido’s easy peasy recipe and have some fun decorating and making fruity faces. 

Get creating and tasting here


Mr Wolf’s Pancakes, Jan Fearnley, Farshore 

Celebrate Pancake Day and join Mr Wolf in the kitchen as he gets into lots of trouble making pancakes in Mr Wolf’s Pancakes. 

Mr Wolf fancies some tasty pancakes but doesn’t know how to make them. Asking his neighbours is of no use – they’re a mean and horrible lot who refuse to help. Poor Mr Wolf has to work it out all by himself. But what happens when those nasty neighbours want to help Mr Wolf eat his delicious pancakes?

A wickedly funny fairytale that has been delighting families for over 20 years.

Find out more here

LittleBird Top Tip: Why not enter our Flippin Brilliant Pancake Day Book Bundle here 

Get ready for World Book Day, 2nd March 

Get ready for this year’s World Book Day taking place on Thursday 2nd March, find out this year’s book for £1 selection, head over to Share A Story Corner where you can find video stories and activities, join the World Book Day Book Club with different books to inspire you every month, plus enjoy the free audiobooks and a new game of hide & seek helping to find children dressed up as their favourite book character. 

Find out more here

LittleBird Top TIp: If you want to plan ahead with a costume idea, there’s plenty of dressing up inspiration here


CBeebies Radio Podcast, Updated Everyday 

CBeebies Radio takes you to a world of sound and music, where you can share imaginative adventures and listen to stories with your favourite CBeebies friends and characters.

Start listening here 

Everything Under the Sun 

Each Friday, join Molly Oldfield, the very first question writer (or QI Elf) on the BBC TV show QI and author of three books as she answers questions – with the help of experts from Neil Gaiman to the fish curators at the Natural History Museum – sent into the show by children around the world. If you’re a kid with questions you want answered or if you want to learn interesting facts about life on earth, this is the award winning podcast for you.

Fun Kid Radio’s Story Quest

Story Quest is a weekly podcast full of amazing original stories. It’s perfect for all ages – and you can get involved too. Let Fun Kids know your Story Quest idea – it could be a title, or a character, or a theme, or something silly. Simply submit it here and it could be used in Story Quest very soon.


Too Good To Go 

Every day, delicious, fresh food goes to waste at cafes, restaurants, hotels, shops and manufacturers – just because it hasn’t sold in time. The Too Good To Go app lets you buy and collect this food – at a great price – so it gets eaten instead of wasted. You won’t know exactly what’s in your order until you pick it up – it’s all part of the surprise. 

Download the app to get started.


Winner of British Bank Awards – Innovation of the Year. Everyone can use their website to check they’re not overpaying for energy, broadband and their mobile phone. And if you find you are, Snoop will help you switch and save.

Download the app to get started


Disney Winnie the Pooh, London 17th March – 21st May & UK Tour – 31st May – 2nd September 

Disney’s iconic Winnie the Pooh, Christopher Robin and their best friends Piglet, Eeyore, Kanga, Roo, Rabbit, and Owl (oh… and don’t forget Tigger too!) have come to life in a beautifully crafted musical stage adaptation.

To find out more, click here 

LittleBird Top Tip: Don’t miss this perfect competition to enter for any fan of Winnie the Pooh! The prize includes an overnight stay at the luxurious Ashdown Park Hotel, an afternoon tea and a VIP private view with photo opportunities in the “Pooh-seum” at Pooh Corner, and a personal guided tour of the famous Winnie The Pooh sites in Ashdown Forest! To find out more & to enter, click here 

BBC Earth Experience, The Daikin Centre, Earls Court, from 30th March

Experience an unforgettable journey through the natural world and explore the extraordinary diversity of our seven unique continents on the most epic scale. This immersive journey, with bespoke narration from David Attenborough,  features breath-taking footage from Seven Worlds, One Planet, projected on multiple multi-angle screens using the very latest digital screen technology. 

To find out more & to book tickets, click here 

Titanosaur: Life as the Biggest Dinosaur, Natural History Museum, from 31st March 

Step into the world of the colossal titanosaur Patagotitan mayorum, the largest known creature to have ever walked our planet. On display for the first time ever in Europe, this is your chance to meet this extraordinary dinosaur up close. In a fun, interactive exhibition, walk beneath the towering titanosaur, touch a cast of its skull and see how you measure up to this gigantic sauropod.

Aimed at ages 5+, adult tickets from £16.00, Child £9.00 

To find out more & to book tickets, click here 

Horrible Histories Live Onboard Terrible Thames, sailing from 1st April  

Climb aboard and prepare to hear the horrible history of the most famous river in the world. Tremble in terror at the Tower! Get gobsmacked by the Globe! Hold onto your head at London Bridge and escape from Execution Dock! Take a dive with Horrible Histories into the stories of King Henry VIII, Anne Boleyn, Julius Caesar, Queen Boudicca, Jack the Ripper and Captain Kidd, in this history of the Thames with the nasty bits left in!

Tickets: Adults £25, Child £15, Under 3’s –free

To find out more & to book tickets, click here 

Jurassic Earth Live from 4th – 9th August, Nationwide 

Jurassic Earth features roaming, state-of-the-art animatronic life-like Dinosaurs in a thrilling and interactive story-telling show, creating a unique, immersive experience for all audiences. Meet intrepid explorers, fascinating professors and the bravest of rangers as they take you on a journey through Jurassic Earth, introducing their herd of the most incredible Dinosaur species to have ever lived!

Tickets from £21. To find out more & to book tickets, click here

Inflatable 5K from 15th April, Nationwide

The world’s largest and best fun run the ‘Inflatable 5K’ has got even bigger and bouncier. The Unique Inflatable Obstacle Course Race (OCR) has less running and even more obstacles in 2023. New Obstacles, new pumping Music Zones and new Locations. It is going to be epic! Run either 2.5 or 5K. 

Early Bird tickets from £18.50 (for 2.5K). Find out more here

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