Arts & Culture Round-up: So long 2017!

Its been an amazing year for Arts & Culture, so many places to see and performances to watch, so without further ado, let’s begin!

Theatre For Adults.

Legally Blonde has been extremely popular, it’s not hitting East Anglia until March, but I cannot wait, until then check out reviews from Fashion Mommy, The Herniman House, An Organised Mess and Kelly Allen Writer. Miss Saigon is one on my list to see, find out what Kelly Allen Writer thought. In January I am going to see Around The World in 80 Days, so I couldn’t wait to read An Organised Mess thoughts on the show.

One of my favourite films is Grease, so I am a little jealous that Fashion Mommy got to see it live! Cardiff Mummy Says gives her thoughts on Tiger Bay The Musical. One I did miss was The Tap Factory Charlie Moosand after reading the review from it sounded amazing

Theatre For Children.

If you live in the North East, check out My Boys Club who is telling us all about Hullabaloo, or Yorkshire Wonders review of Hogwallops. Read what Reo Life thought of Peter and The Wolf. Max and Mummy went to see The Three Little Pigs. Mummy From The Heart tells us about Petite Soiree.


If you have a love of museums, check out Thimble and Twigs post on The Museum of London  or The London Transport Museum. If you are visiting Yorkshire, check out Trips with a Tots Top 12 Museums for Toddlers or Spitting Yarns review of The Postal Museum


Little Miss Eden Rose has a fondness for Leeds Castle and Lullingstone Castle and Travel Loving Family visited Spectacle of Light at Sudeley Castle.

Other Places to Visit.

If you have an interest in Law, check out Truly Madly Kids review of the Middle Temple, or read why Woman In Progress is glad that London Still exists.  Looking for a fun day out, check out Forever Cosmopolitans review of Chatsworth House.  Looking for somewhere different to visit, how about a Windmill or Ingatestone House. Looking for some Pop Culture, check out Hatton Gallery, or Enchanted Parks. Cardiff Mummy Says tells us all about the 12 Days of Christmas Trail.

If you are unsure what to get someone as a gift, have you considered a National Trust Membership?

Wishing you all a very happy and prosperous New Year, our theme for the next Round-up is Christmas shows and pantomimes, if you would like a post included, don’t forget to tweet me at @bigfamilies or email [email protected].

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About Mandi Morrison

Mandi is mum to seven children , three girls and four boys, aged 3 to 18, she is a joint partner in a Leisure & Tourism Consultancy and PR company with her husband Asa, they live just on the edge of the Norfolk Broads with lots of chickens! You can read about all their adventures over at Big Family Little Adventures, specialising in travel and days out for the larger family and Big Family Organised Chaos a parenting blog detailing day to day life with seven children, fun and chaos guaranteed!