• Warner Brothers Studio Tours Harry Potter

    What’s new at Warner Brothers Studio Tours

    A Harry Potter fan? There’s loads on at Warner Bros Studio Tour London in 2019. Get a real insight into what goes on behind the scenes at one of its annual or one-off special features this year. The Warner Bros Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter launched in March 2012, attracting some nine million people. The tour offers the only opportunity of gaining a glimpse into the original sets, and uncovering the mysteries behind the remarkable production of the Harry Potter films. Want to see the films through the eyes of the filmmakers who brought the Harry Potter series to life? From costumes, to props, to sets,…

  • Dr Who Experience Cardiff

    The Doctor Who Experience

    Over the last year our eldest has become a big fan of Doctor Who. So on their recent trip back to the UK I thought it would be fun to visit the Doctor Who Experience in Cardiff. (The spiritual home of the Current, revived series) She had no idea where we were taking her but as soon as she spotted the familiar shape of the Tardis in the distance she became very excited indeed. Once inside she was thrilled to see actual Daleks and other props from the new adventures. As was our youngest even though she had no idea who Doctor Who was. The tour is every 30 minutes…

  • A family day out at Legoland Windsor

    It was daddy’s wish to write this post and mummy more than welcomed the idea: This weekend we were given the opportunity to visit Legoland Windsor and as it was our daughters 4th birthday the other week, we jumped at the chance. Little did we know that the UK was due to enter a second ice age and that we wouldn’t have as many problems with traffic on the way as we would stampeding Woolly Mammoths! However, this did uncover a few things about Legoland that we wouldn’t have noticed had it been a hot and sunny day. (If you can remember what one of them is?) So without further…

  • Don’t forget your toothbrush at T in the Park

    2013 sees the 20th anniversary of T in the Park, the biggest festival in Scotland. Running since 1994, this year’s festival runs from 12th – 14th July with a line-up including Kraftwerk, Mumford & Sons, The Killers and Rihanna. T in the Park has a whopping nine stages this year (some of which will be in the camping area) so that the field party can continue long into the night. So, let’s look at the essentials you’ll need for this Scottish dirt-fest: At an average of 19 degrees in July and unpredictable rain, you should pack items for warmer days such as t-shirts, shorts, sunglasses, a hat and flip flops…