What’s On In Wimbledon For Kids: 18–27 May

What’s On In Wimbledon For Kids: 18–27 May

Posted by Eyes of Lady Wimbledon | 17 May 2019 | What's On, Wimbledon Kids

Looking for inspiration this weekend? Check out our guide for the best family events in and around Wimbledon.

Wimbledon Windmill Family Day

Wimbledon Windmill | Image credit: Wimbledon Windmill

Wimbledon Windmill is holding a Family Day on Saturday with some lovely activities, including creating paper windmills and a colouring competition, learning how to make pancakes and marshmallow dipping in a yummy chocolate fountain – just watch out for the mucky fingers!

When: Saturday 18th May, 2-5pm
Where: Wimbledon Windmill Museum, Wimbledon Common, SW19 5NR
Booking: Free entry – no need to book
More Information: Find Wimbledon Windmill online, on Facebook and on Twitter

Bach to Baby Family Concert – Victorian Vox Pop

Image credit: Bach to Baby

This spring, Bach to Baby are celebrating the 200th birthday of Queen Victoria in style. Pianist Alan Gout and soprano Sarah Parkin, will channel the voice of the people; singing Her Majesty’s favourite Mendelssohn melodies, Bellini ballads, and Gilbert & Sullivan songs! Bach to Baby’s critically acclaimed concerts allow the whole family to enjoy classical music together and up close; Mini Wombles are encouraged to dance and roam about and adults are able to listen to the performance and have a much needed cup of coffee at the same time.

When: Saturday 18th May, 11.00am. Doors open at 10.30am. Concert lasts for about an hour.
Where: Holy Trinity Church, 234 Broadway, SW19 1SB
Booking: To book tickets for the concert, click here >
More Information: Find Bach to Baby online, on Facebook, on Twitter and on Instagram

Rutsfest

Image credit: Rutsfest

A fun day for all the family with a real community feel at the popular Old Rutlishians’ Rugby Club in Merton Park. Live music from 14 local bands on 2 stages, all day BBQ and bar, bouncy castles, face painting, activities and stalls to keep the kids entertained.

Always a fantastic way to celebrate the bank holiday weekend with friends and family in a perfectly relaxed environment.

When: Sunday 26th May
Where: Old Rutlishians’ Rugby Club, Poplar Rd, London SW19 3JS
Booking: Call 020 8542 3678 for tickets and further info
More Information: Find Rutsfest on Facebook and Follow Old Rultlishians on Twitter

Morden Park House Summer Cinema

For our second bank holiday Monday, Morden Park House Summer Cinema brings you a singalong spectacular, showcasing a selection of films to sing your heart out to! The courtyard of Morden Park House will be transformed to a pop up outdoor cinema complete with licensed bar and classic cinema food.

When: Monday 27th May, 12 Noon Moana, 2.30pm Trolls, 4.30pm The Greatest Showman and 7.30pm Mamma Mia.
Where: Morden Park House, Morden Park, London Rd, London, SM4 5QU
Booking: Tickets for each screening are available online here >. There may be tickets available on the door; however tickets are limited so you are advised to buy in advance to avoid disappointment.
More Information: Please note that there is no seating at this venue, you are welcome to bring your own camp chairs, blankets cushions etc. You are also welcome to bring your own picnics but not alcohol or drinks in glass bottles. Find Morden Park House on Facebook. You can contact their office on 0208 274 5777 or email register.office@merton.gov.uk.

 

Written By:  Leela Evans & Harriet O’Connor | Co-Editors of Wimbledon Kids

Twitter: @WimbledonKids
Email: WimbledonKids@LadyWimbledon.com

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