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MotherCulture Picks of the Week

We have done a round up of our favourite things on this week. Family friendly but something we think you will enjoy too! 👏🏻

Play KX, Kings Cross & Cubitts Sessions at Coal Drops Yard Family Sunday:

Play KX @playkx is open every Friday to Sunday from 11.15am to 4.30pm, although check their Instagram account before going to check it’s on. It’s a free play session open to kids of all ages. If the weather is good they meet at Lewis Cubitt Park. Think dressing up, props etc! Why not combine it with some delicious food at Kings Cross (@dishoom is our fave) and maybe even a cheeky glass of wine @chapeldown (who by the way have great baby facilities, we’ve tried them 😉) Also if you go on Sunday, make sure to time it with the Cubitts Family Sessions at 2.30pm in @coaldropsyard. Every Sunday over the summer there is live music/entertainment and the time slot at 2.30pm is specifically for families.

Happy Place Festival, Chiswick Gardens – tickets for Sunday 4th August are still available

@fearnecotton has a brilliant podcast #HappyPlace where she talks to different people about happiness and how you can keep finding happiness and combat stress in the fast paced world we live in today. She’s now taken that one step further by organising a festival that focuses on all things that can make you happy. The line up includes talks from Bryony Gordon to Russell Brand, to exercise classes with Sweaty Betty, meditation and mindfulness workshops, craft workshops and much more. Tickets aren’t cheap (£32.50 for adults, £15 children aged 5-16, children under 5 are free) but we think it sounds like a totally unique day out and if you have a willing partner who is prepared to give you a child free pass, we think this would make a brilliant “me” day!

Disco Loco Reggae, National Theatre, River Stage:

@discoloco are holding a free concert from 1.30pm – 3.45pm on Sunday 3rd August. What can you expect? Live music, dancing, hula hoops and lots more. Why not have a walk round southbank, have some food and then have a boogie?! Please do let us know if you go to any of these events and how you find them.

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