Arts & Culture covers much more than just theatre, so don’t worry we haven’t forgotten the castles and the museums, I just love the diversity of the subject. So, to begin with, I shall give you all of the different shows that have been attended throughout April and May (I have no idea where the year is going)
Theatre for Adults
There have been quite a few bloggers going along to see Wonderland The Musical, if you are planning on seeing this in 2017, check out the thoughts of Boo Roo and Tigger Too, An Organised Mess, Verily Victoria Vocalises, Practically Perfect Mums and Emmys Mummy. Or maybe Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, reviewed by Cardiff Mummys Says and An Organised Mess, Casanova anyone? Find out what An Organised Mess thought of the Northern Ballet production. Yorkshire Wonders went to see Tenant at Wildfell Hall. An Organised Mess gave her thoughts on How My Light is spent and Escape The Scaffold, and we had an amazing time watching Running Wild and we sang some tunes with Sunny Afternoon and Million Dollar Quartet. Mama Mei watched The Empty Nesters Club.
Theatre For Children
We have had some lovely family visits to the theatre, I love seeing the reactions of the different aged children, if you have not yet taken your child to the theatre, check out Happy Mummy’s Top 5 Tips on taking a young child to the theatre. Viggo enjoyed The First Hippo On The Moon, whilst Eowyn, Kaide and Neva loved Babe The Sheep Pig and Honk. Cardiff Mummy took the children to see Disney On Ice and You’ve Got Dragons, but she wasn’t the only one for dragons, An Organised Mess went along too. Little Pickles Mom had a trip to review Elmer, whilst Emma Reed went along to see Mr Bloom and Room On The Broom. My Boys Club went to see Roald Dahls The Twits. Both Rock and Roll Pussycat and Cardiff Mummy says went to see Naomis Wild and Scary Show. Cardiff Mummy also Introduced the children to Classical Music. Emma Reed took the children to see Dinosaur World which is currently touring the UK
Other places to visit.
Life as Mum tells us all about The National trust at plas newydd, My Boys Club have visited Castlerigg Stone Circle (one of my favourite places) and Quentin Blake’s inside stories at The Laing Art gallery. Our Bucket List Lives visited Woodhall Spas historical cinema, Thrifty Mum visited Ferens Art gallery. Falcondale Life discovers the National Memorial Arboretum for Families, Some Place Strange visited Keats House, Talking Mums spent a day at Lyme Park, whilst Our Fairytale Adventure went to Tatton park, finally Happy Mummy shares her thoughts on a day at Forty Hall Estate.