February family highlights: 5 kids events in London this month
The best family events this February in London: from family friendly operas to the best family exhibitions on now
It's The Science Museum's big blockbuster exhibition of 2017: 100 robots are arriving, from a 16th-century mechanical monk to sci-fi cyborgs and modern-day research lab automatons.
Explore the history of humanoid robots, how they've been shaped by religions belief and the industrial revolution, popular culture and our dreams of the future.
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Family friendly opera at the London Coliseum -- what more could you ask for?
The Pirates of Penzance is the ultimate political and social satire from Victorian London. It returns with a string of catchy tunes and audacious lyrics so that it remains a delight today.
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The Imagine Children's Festival is back again this year to celebrate the power of the imagination at the Southbank Centre.
Discover 11 days of jam-packed half-term fun in a festival run by kids for kids. Expect crafty workshops, cinema screenings, interactive workshops and much more.
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Every February, Kew Gardens becomes a blaze of colour, as exotic orchids take over London's favourite botanical garden as part of Kew's Orchid Festival 2017.
This February, the Princes Wales Conservatory is transformed into a celebration of Indian plant life, and a tunnel of fauna springs up on the lawns.
Kew garden's half term activities adopt a special flavour with a week long series of activities to occupy the children over the half term holiday that start on the 11th of February with face painting and block printing workshops.
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Shakespeare's famous Romeo and Juliet returns to the National Theatre this half term, adapted especially for young audiences.
Expect live music and song by an eight man cast performing in a colourful, festival-like production directed by Ben Power. Brilliant for those experiencing Shakespeare for the first time.
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