Kids in Museums volunteer Rachel Job took time out from her busy schedule to take a look at what Musée des Confluences in Lyon, has to offer. She certainly was not dissapointed.
This year I’m living in Saint-Etienne in France, not far from one of the country’s biggest cities, Lyon. Being … Read more
Added: February 26, 2017Comments: 0
The Play’s The Thing is a new permanent exhibition which show cases 100 years of theatre-making at Stratford-upon-Avon. Teenager Savanna Toolis and her friend visited the exhibition back in November and enjoyed the chance to be transported into Shakespeare’s plays and discover what it felt like to be an actor … Read more
Added: February 22, 2017Comments: 0
Making Nature, Wellcome Collection’s newest major temporary exhibition, opened at the start of this month. Kids in Museums volunteer Chloe Turner visited and like with all of Wellcome Collection’s exhibitions, found it to be perfect for the incurably curious.
Of course, Wellcome Collection consistently works alongside many of the points in … Read more
Added: December 22, 2016Comments: 0
As a special pre-Christmas treat, Sarah Yeneralski our Review Editor, took her daughter Sophie to see the English National Ballet’s Nutcracker. They were both entranced by this magical performance.
Although I was looking forward to seeing ENB’s Nutcracker, I was slightly nervous about whether Sophie would last through an entire ballet. … Read more
Added: December 20, 2016Comments: 0
Kids in Museums volunteer, Maggie Monteath, shared this book with her grandson, who is currently working his way through the entire works of Roald Dahl.
This book is described as ‘A spectacular scrapbook of stories, characters and creations’ and was published to coincide with Roald Dahl’s 100th birthday. It’s a really … Read more
Added: November 16, 2016Comments: 0