Trafalgar Square Experience

An afternoon of exploration and discovery Come on an adventure around Trafalgar Square followed by dinner at The National Gallery. You will need a smartphone to complete the photo challenges and comfy footwear. Photo of Scavenger hunt at Trafalgar square by Juliamaud   Artists and Artisans Treasure Hunt. Many famous people lived and worked near Trafalgar Square. With this… More Trafalgar Square Experience

Hunting Rhino

So I’ve been checking out the street art in Brixton ahead of the Street Art in Brixton Treasure Hunt. The Rhino by Louis Masai One of the pieces that I wanted to see was the Rhino by Louis Masai. This was painted for the Save The Rhino campaign and can be found at the back of the Duke of Edinburgh… More Hunting Rhino

Street art – theatre

Graffiti used to be considered a transient form of art. The makeshift canvas of a mundane wall, transformed by a few sprays of paint, into a beautiful mural, tagged by its author…..until it is painted over and the mundane white wall restored. That was until the early 1980s graffiti boom which turned the streets into art galleries and Street… More Street art – theatre

A Murder at Easter – The Egg and Spoon Race murder mystery

Benedict Egg meets Runcy Spoon Benedict Egg and Runcy Spoon were locked in a vicious battle. Both were rivals in the field of electronic innovation. Both were concerned about the problem of sustainable energy. Both were racing to find a solution. But only one could win The Egg and Spoon Race Benedict Egg with Al… More A Murder at Easter – The Egg and Spoon Race murder mystery

Birthday of Niels Bohr – October 7th 1885

“If quantum mechanics hasn’t profoundly shocked you, you haven’t understood it yet.” – Niels Bohr On October 7, 1885, Niels Bohr was born in Copenhagen. In 1913, physicist Niels Bohr suggested that the electrons were confined into clearly defined, quantized orbits, and could jump between these, but could not freely spiral inward or outward in… More Birthday of Niels Bohr – October 7th 1885

Christmas Mystery Games for Children and Teenagers

It’s not too late to throw a Christmas mystery party for children ITM Games have games suitable for teens, as well as children. For Teens try “Who Slayed Santa?” It’s Christmas 1979 and School is nearly out…. The year, and the decade, was about to end with a Christmas disco to remember. It was 6pm as… More Christmas Mystery Games for Children and Teenagers