Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)
Go Wild, at Least for a Day; TOP 5 FOR THE CHILDREN
TOP 5 FOR THE CHILDREN
London Zoo's renowned conservation work is the subject of this unique exhibition where more than 25 images link collaring a tiger in Sumatra to monitoring turtles in Mozambique.
London Zoo, Regent's Park, NW1 (020 7722 3333).
Until Sunday 3 Apr, zoo entry (including RAW) [pounds sterling]14, child [pounds sterling]10.75, family [pounds sterling]45.
THE CHAINGANG GANG
A cocktail of impro, adventure and song from those darlings of the Fringe, Cartoon de Salvo. Five fugitive heroes make a bid for freedom, while their heavenly five-part harmonies embrace a range of musical styles.
Battersea Arts Centre, Lavender Hill, SW11 (020 7223 2223).
Until Sunday 6 Feb, tonight and tomorrow, 8.30pm, Sunday 6.30pm, [pounds sterling]10.75, child [pounds sterling]5.50.
ARE WE NEARLY THERE YET?
Crouch Ender Paul Lyalls brings his fabulous fringe show to the London stage this weekend.
Through poetry and stand-up comedy on the theme of growing up, Lyalls's sharp, funny observations will appeal to all ages.
Pleasance Theatre, Carpenter Mews, North Road, N7 (020 7609 1800). Sunday 6 Feb, 2pm, [pounds sterling]5.
THE SHAKESPEARE EXPERIENCE
These children's concerts are a simply brilliant introduction to classical music. Conducted by Anthony Inglis, the National Symphony Orchestra plays music on a Bard theme including Mendelssohn's Midsummer's Night's Dream.
The Royal Festival Hall, South Bank SE1 (0870 401 8181).
Tomorrow, 3.30pm, fun events in the foyer from 2.15pm, [pounds sterling]10, child [pounds sterling]6, family ticket [pounds sterling]28.
GOLDILOCKS AND THE THREE BEARS
Packed with energy and charged with fun, this production first played to full houses at the Lyric in 2003 and is back by popular demand. …