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On Wednesday, head to the Soho Theatre to see rising star Josh Widdicombe live This is the show that got him nominated for Best Newcomer at Edinburgh last year. Show starts at 7pm, tickets from £10.
The N20 Comedy Festival continues in Clapham Junction on Thursday. Tom Adams and his whimsical songs starts at 8pm (£10 / £8), and Tom Deacon tries out his new show at 10pm (£12 / £10).
It’s the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee this year, and London is preparing a year-long celebration to honour the fact.
The Cartoon Museum in Bloomsbury is playing its part with an exhibition of 60 years of unofficial portraits of the Queen and the rest of the Royal family as they appeared in the British press.
Telegraph writer Charles Spencer says,
The cartoonists range from Winnie-the-Pooh illustrator E. H. Shepard, with his coy, cloying drawing of cute little fairies wishing the then Princess Elizabeth health, happiness and prosperity on her 21st birthday, to far harsher caricatures by the likes of Ralph Steadman and Spitting Image creators Fluck and Law. But even in the knockabout world of cartoons, the great majority of the exhibits seem to convey affection for the monarch who has reigned over us for so long – though the likes of Princess Margaret, Sarah Ferguson and Prince Edward escape less lightly.
It’s half term in London next week, which means that the kids are off school and there are extra activities running to keep them entertained. Which is lucky if you are also visiting with children over the next few days!
- The Imagine Children’s Festival runs 10-26 February at the Southbank Centre with all sorts of events: storytelling, music, crafts and a funfair. Children run the festival and perform at the same time (some events for free, check the website for details).
- The Selfridges Pop-Up Library will feature authors reading from their books throughout the week (free).
- From Tuesday to Friday kids can create amazing animations, crazy container puppets, clay pots and candle holders at the Geffrye Museum in Hoxton
- This is also a great time to visit one of London’s city farms. Vauxhall City Farm (free) has the most on this week, but other farms exist in Camden and Hoxton.
- Create fantastical landscapes and build a telescope with artist Dawn Smithers at Orleans House Gallery in Richmond, 10am-3pm Thursday (£25).
- Are your kids animal lvoers? Take them to the Grant Museum of Zoology from 1-5pm, all week, and investigate nature’s best inventions (free).
- If they’re more into adventure, visit the helicopters at the RAF Museum in Hendon between 13-17 February. Session times are 11am-1pm and 2-4pm (free).
- Clapham Common Funfair is open all week from 12-10pm (£1 per ride with special charity wristband).
- Feed crocs, piranhas and primates every day this week at 1pm at the Tropical Zoo – quick, before they move to another location (£7.50 for adults, 6.50 for kids).
The Guardian today announced that it will be holding its first ever ‘Open Weekend‘ in March, opening up its doors to thousands of members of the public across two days.
Joining Guardian editors, writers and columnists will be speakers from all over the world – including Egypt, Pakistan, the US and India – who will be taking part in the festival during the weekend of 24 and 25 March in and around the Guardian’s offices in King’s Cross, London – just down the road from the Judd Hotel in Bloomsbury.
Among those taking part are authors Ian McEwan, Robert Harris, Jeanette Winterson, Alain de Botton, Kamila Shamsie and Adhaf Soueif, the economist Jeff Sachs, the director Steve McQueen, the playwright David Hare, artists Grayson Perry and Jeremy Deller, broadcaster Jon Snow and politicians David Miliband, Tom Watson, Zac Goldsmith, Caroline Lucas, Tristram Hunt and Chris Huhne.
Day and weekend passes are available to purchase at guardian.co.uk/openweekend.
Saturday day pass: £40
Sunday day pass: £30
Weekend pass: £60