FAMILY KNEES UP | Museum of London Docklands | 11am & 2pm
Cor blimey, Guv’nor, it’s only the museum’s 20th birthday! Sounds like a chance to have a good old-fashioned East End knees-up.
Join Tom Carradine (of Carradine’s Cockney Singalong) at the ol’ Joanna for a lively, interactive family event. He’ll have you and your little ones doing the Lambeth Walk, pondering How Much is That Doggy in the Window, marching with inflatable bananas ‘down the Strand’ and much more!
Enjoy bubbles, puppets and plenty of singing along for adults, babies and children of all ages. Described by audience members as “Brilliant fun and very interactive”, “joyous” and a “fantastic family event”, come and celebrate our 20th birthday the East End way!
Both concerts are FREE drop-in sessions on a first-come-first-served basis.
Open to all ages 0 – 100! Good fun for parents/carers and grandparents too! Children must be accompanied by an adult.
VENUE & TRANSPORT
The Museum of London Docklands is part of the Museum of London and based in Canary Wharf. There is baby changing and a cafe on site, plus lots of free galleries and a special children’s gallery called Mudlarks.
There is a Vinci car park behind the museum on Hertsmere Road. The nearest station is Canary Wharf (step-free access) and the museum entrance is two minutes walk from West India Quay on the DLR (step-free access).
Doors open 15-20 minutes before start time and we can admit latecomers. Concert lasts approximately 45 minutes.
We welcome adults and children with additional needs: read more about accessibility.
- 1100 - 1145
- Performance 1
- 1400 - 1445
- Performance 2
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