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Spring Wedding Fair
Fashions, wedding ideas, catwalk shows… Small wheelchair symbol (used to indicate an accessible event)

Head and shoulders of model showing off a wedding dress (Spring Wedding Fair)

Sunday 8 February 2015



A wonderful opportunity to meet a large selection of wedding suppliers offering everything you need to plan the perfect wedding. Over 50 exhibitors including florists, photographers, bridal and men’s wear, jewellers, cake designers and many more. The highlight will be two fabulous fashion shows featuring the latest in bridal fashions, making this a must-visit day for all the wedding party.

new For video and photos from the last wedding fair, see expanded listing.

£4 / LAC Members & U16s: free
new 2-for-1 admission offer (one of the following must be shown at the door, either printed or on a device):
- for mobiles (jpg, 76 kB): 2-for-1 Admission
- for printing: 2-for-1 Admission (pdf, 141 kb)

Decomposed! My Brother’s Turning into a Zombie
Family Show Small wheelchair symbol (used to indicate an accessible event)

Identical twins Will and Igor (Family Show: Decomposed! My Brother’s Turning into a Zombie)


Tuesday 17 February 2015

1.30pm (doors & café open: 12.45pm)


Identical twins Will, control freak & failing conductor, and Igor, smelly & obsessed computer gamer, are reunited after 10 years. Can Will overcome his ego and save his brother from turning into a gaming Zombie?

A brilliantly moving play, told in a very silly way with a soundtrack recorded by the London Symphony Orchestra, this family show takes you on a journey through classical music with the odd operatic outburst!

Ages: Suitable for children 6 years and older. Approx 60 mins.

£5 children / £7 adults / £20 family ticket (2 adults + 2 children)

Spring Half-Term Half-Term Fun
Children's activities

Child engrossed in making a collage

Monday 16–Thursday 19 February 2015

Art and craft workshops for children and young people.

Full details will be on our website in January.

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Contemporary Textiles Fair
Hangable and wearable art Small wheelchair symbol (used to indicate an accessible event)

Textiles by Kathryn Wilkins


Friday, 6 March 2015



Saturday 7 & Sunday 8 March 2014



Over 70 designer makers exhibiting a diverse range of distinctive and colourful textiles – from recycled and reclaimed fabrics re-modelled into fashion accessories to sumptuous handknits and scarves, richly embellished embroidery, vibrant silks, handbags and so much more. Wearable and hangable art from the whimsical to couture.

£4 / £3 seniors and students / LAC members and U16s free

Contemporary Textiles Fair – Make & Take Small wheelchair symbol (used to indicate an accessible event)

Textiles by Sophie Long


Saturday 7 & Sunday 8 March 2014

10.30am, 12.30pm & 2pm (1 hour sessions)

An embroidery taster session. Learn how to work with silk ribbons – using the ribbon in the needle to embroider a floral design. Suitable for beginners.

Places are limited so early booking is recommended.

Sophie Long
£18 including entrance to the fair and all materials
To book:
, or 020 8977 7558, stating day and time required