Greenwich Dance presents ‘Up My Street’ online from June 25th!

The Greenwich Mummy Blog | Greenwich Dance - Up My Street Online

Greenwich Dance presents “Up My Street” online! Our local Charlton-based dance company, Greenwich Dance will be broadcasting four ‘TV episodes’ featuring brand new dance works performed by professional dancers and local volunteers and interviews with choreographers from next week. With the Covid-19 quarantine only eased slightly, cinemas and theatres are still no-go zones. Bummer. There’s […]

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Theatre Review: Alice’s Adventures Under Ground at the Royal Opera House

The Greenwich Mummy Blog | ROH Alice's Adventure Underground review

I wish I could tell you half of the things. Alice used to say, beginning with her favourite phrase ‘Let’s pretend.‘ – Through the Looking-Glass, ch.1 ‘Looking-Glass House’ How can I sum up the ROH performance of Alice’s Adventures Under Ground? It was like a whirlwind of CRAZY! Just like Alice falling down the dizzying […]

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Review: The Lost Thing at the Linbury Theatre, Royal Opera House

The Greenwich Mummy Blog: The Lost Thing at Linbury Theatre review

So you want to hear a story? Yrots a raeh ot tnaw uoy os? Last week we were invited along to attend a showing of The Lost Thing at the Royal Opera House. As the show was suitable for children aged 6+ I was allowed to bring a plus one and naturally, I took Little […]

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Days Out: Top 9 Theatre Shows to see with the family this summer

Looking to become a culture vulture this summer with the kids? There’s so much going on in theatres across London from now until September and even until the end of the year. Here are the top 9 theatre shows that have caught my eye… best of all they are suitable for the whole family – big […]

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Snow-pocalypse: Friendship Never Melts at Greenwich Theatre review

Greenwich Theatre Snow-Pocalypse Review | The Greenwich Mummy Blogger

The last two people in the World… Find the last book in the World… And it’s a book all about something called ‘Christmas’… The performance focuses on the two characters, Trilby and The Boot (who are great actors and hilarious!) in an apocalyptic style setting. Surrounded by nothing more than debris and odd household bits and […]

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The Hunting of the Snark is coming to Greenwich Theatre!

The Hunting of the Snark is heading to Greenwich Theatre on Sunday 24th September following a West End run this summer. The production is based on Lewis Carroll’s poem and follows a ragtag gang of bold adventurers as they set off on a quest to catch the mythical Snark. The show is suitable for children […]

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