We were kindly gifted tickets to attend the new Brick History exhibition at The Historic Dockyard in Chatham last Sunday. To say we jumped at the opportunity, would be an understatement-aside from the warships and many other exhibits at the Dockyard, my children (and myself) are huge Lego fans, and we just knew it would be … Continue reading Brick History at The Historic Dockyard, Chatham
Yes, you've read the title right-Bongo's Bingo is coming to Margate! What is Bongo's Bingo? I hear ya-I hadn't heard of it before either-but you know me, I love a game of Bingo-especially one where I don't have to be quiet for the entire night! That's why Bongo's Bingo is my type of Bingo! There … Continue reading BONGO’S BINGO IS COMING TO MARGATE!
We were recently invited to The Punch Tavern in Canterbury, Kent, to try and review their dinner menu! We don't get to go to many meals out as a four, mainly because the restaurant needs to be family friendly, as we have children that can sometimes be a little feral, but also because any family … Continue reading The Punch Tavern Canterbury-Stonehouse Pizza and Carvery Review
Diggerland in Rochester, Kent-a fabulous fun day out for all the family! We visited Diggerland on Saturday (13th May), and, after a really quick, easy journey, arrived at the park as the park was opening. Greeted by the parks mascots, Dotty and Duggy, the children had some cuddles, and we headed off to have a look … Continue reading Diggerland Kent-Family Day Out-Review
During school holidays and weekends, it's so easy to get stuck indoors, because you've run out of things to do. You've taken the children to everything you know of, and they're now moaning that they're bored. Thankfully, there's a day out waiting just for you! Kent Life in Maidstone, is perfect for children of … Continue reading Kent Life, Maidstone-Review
On Saturday (8th April) myself and Kye took a short train ride into the City of Canterbury. As someone who is in the city each week for press nights at the Marlowe Theatre, I know the town well-but I'm ashamed to say I've never taken Kye to The Canterbury Tales. I went as a child … Continue reading The Canterbury Tales-Medieval Story Telling-Review
Last night, I was invited to the press night for Pride and Prejudice at the Marlowe Theatre. Originally a Regent's Park open air theatre play, the show has three weeks left of its tour, playing another four days in Canterbury, before moving on to Liverpool, Newcastle and Cardiff. Tickets are available here for The Marlowe Theatre and here … Continue reading Pride and Prejudice at The Marlowe Theatre-Review
Last night I attended the Press Night for the opening of The Birmingham Repertory Theatre's Production of The Snowman at The Marlowe Theatre. For those that don't know much about The Snowman or for those that have never heard of it, here's a little synopsis for you of the original book by Raymond Briggs. … Continue reading The Snowman at The Marlowe Theatre