Book Your Tickets for the Magical “Jack and The Beanstalk” this Christmas at The Broadway Theatre!

Book Your Tickets for the Magical "Jack and The Beanstalk" this Christmas! Joy Productions and Broadway present an enchanting pantomime for the whole family to enjoy: JACK AND THE BEANSTALK, masterfully written and directed by the renowned Susie … [Read more...]

The Band Project: Your Child’s Gateway to Musical Mastery, Now in Greenwich!

Have you ever caught your little one banging away at pots and pans like they're the next Ringo Starr? Or perhaps your teenager is hiding in their room, strumming away on a guitar, attempting to be the next Ed Sheeran. Whatever the scenario, if your child … [Read more...]

What Makes A Good School?

This morning, I was talking to a dad about some of our local school options, and he was a bit unsure of when to apply for places for his children. He was also confused on the six options you should pick and what to even look for in a school. So What … [Read more...]

Magic of Parks Week

Prepare to lace up your walking shoes, pack a picnic, and unleash your inner adventurer. Parks Week is just around the corner. From 29th July to 5th August, we have the perfect opportunity to celebrate the beauty and tranquillity of our local parks in … [Read more...]

Children’s Art Week

Children's Art Week is a wonderful annual event that encourages children's creativity, self-expression, and artistic exploration. This year, Children's Art Week runs from June 29th to July 19th, providing an excellent opportunity to engage children in … [Read more...]

Exciting May Half-Term Activities for Families

Looking for exciting ways to engage your children this May half-term? The Royal Borough of Greenwich is the gateway to an array of fabulous family-friendly activities. We've compiled a list of the best events in and around London to make your planning … [Read more...]

Greenwich Dog Show

Old Royal Naval College Hosts the Inaugural Greenwich Dog Show  The Greenwich Dog Show is FREE for southeast Londoners and furry friends. There is a fee of £5 per dog, per category, for those who wish to enter the show. Whether you are a regular … [Read more...]

The Smeds and The Smoos

After years in which so many people (young and old) have felt isolated and cut off. With society seeming to have become ever more fractured, Tall Stories lands at Blackheath Halls this April and proudly presents a story that focuses on unity and … [Read more...]

Introducing Wig Bank London

Earlier this month, Greenwichmums was contacted by the lovely Victoria Knowles, who wanted to know if we could help raise awareness of a new service she has launched WigBank London, to help women who have lost their hair due to chemotherapy. It is a … [Read more...]

International Women’s Day 2023

8th March is International Women's Day. Our day to celebrate women's achievements and advocate for gender equality. It is a time to reflect on the progress made and acknowledge the work that still needs to be done to ensure equal rights and … [Read more...]


Discover a thrilling world of adventure at the Museum of London Docklands! Starting Saturday, 11th February, Universal International Studios and the BBC have come together to present an exciting FREE family trial based on Dodger, Fagin and their crew from … [Read more...]

Museum of the Moon

  Following the phenomenal sold-out installation of Gaia in the Painted Hall in 2021, artist Luke Jerram returns to the Old Royal Naval College with his incredible artwork Museum of the Moon. Set in the magnificent … [Read more...]

Jasmin Vardmon’s Alice

This autumn, internationally acclaimed Jasmin Vardmon Company presents the world premiere of Alice, a bold re-imagining of Lewis Carrol’s ground-breaking 1865 novel, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Created and … [Read more...]

Let’s talk about breasts

Boobs, jugs, melons, hooters, pillows, gazongas, knockers, fun bags, honkers, and baps. Lung protectors, beach umbrellas, traffic stoppers! We all have them. Some are small enough to fit in a champagne glass, and some need what a friend affectionately … [Read more...]

September Is Self Care Month

Did you know that September is Self-Care Month? I didn’t either. But this is a great opportunity to really take a moment and just breathe. Self-Care Month is about focusing on supporting self-care throughout communities, families and within yourself. … [Read more...]

Summer Seasonal Trails

Looking for a fun nature-based activity this Summer?   Then pop to Woodlands Farm from 31st May onwards to try their Seasonal Summer Trail. Trail packs are available from the Mess Room in the farmyard for £3. You can then try to find all the … [Read more...]

Mums Night Out!

Has it been a while since you got together with just the girls? Of course, that's a rhetorical question. For me, it's been about 16 months since we were together as a gang! So with the new relaxation of the social distancing rules, break out the dry … [Read more...]

Top 10 Books for Winter

There is something extraordinary about having time to yourself at home and reading something that takes you somewhere else. Whether you are a fan of the hardback book, reading on a screen, or even listening as you potter.  For me and many others, the … [Read more...]

20 Science Experiments

These 20 little science experiments for kids are easy peasy and so much fun. It's surprising how you can create some really mind-blowing and hands-on demonstrations. Using things you probably have just lying around the house! Have … [Read more...]

100 Crafty Craft Ideas – Part One

Yep, you read that right - We pulled out all the stops on this one. With 100 craft ideas and links to explainer videos to help you keep your children entertained.  Whether you're looking for rainy day activities or things to do while we sit and … [Read more...]