Whats on

Tuesday 06th August 2019 15:27 EDT

l VHP Satsang:

Date: 11 August, Sunday

Time: 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm

Venue: VHP Ilford Hindu Center 43, Cleveland Road Essex IG1 1EE

The organization also conducts Hindi, Gujarati, Sanskrit and Hinduism classes on every Saturday from 10:30 am to 3:30 pm Contact: 020 8553 5471

l Star Plus and Perfect Harmony Productions: Live In Concert 'Nayab Lamhe' by Ghazal maestro Pankaj Udhas

Date: 17 August, Saturday

Venue: Eventim Apollo, 45, Queen Caroline Street, Hammersmith, London W6 9QH.

Contact: VideoRoma 020 8907 0116

l Bhavan’s Summer School Finale - 1: 

Date: 10 August Time: 4:00 pm

Summer School Finale - 2

Date: 11 August Time: 4:00 pm

Venue: The Bhavans – Bharatiya Vidhya Bhavan 4A, Castletown Road, West Kensington, London W14 9HE

Contact: 020 7381 3086

l  Up at The O2: Ever wondered what London looks like from 53 metres above North Greenwich? No? Bet you’re wondering now! You can find out with a ticket for Up at The O2, which is the ultimate AAA pass and gains you access to the roof. From there you’ll be able see across the capital, spotting famous sites like the Olympic Park, Thames Barrier, The Shard and Canary Wharf. Up at The O2 is suitable for ages 9+ and at least 1.2 metres tall; and accessible tours for those with disabilities, including wheelchair-users, are also available. Don’t forget socks! 

Address: The O2, Peninsula Square, London, SE10 0DX

Opening Hours: Daily from 10am

Transport: Tube North Greenwich Price: From £26

For more information please visit https://tickets.aegeurope.com/upattheo2/climbs.html

l Blow something up at The Science Museum’s Wonderlab: Don’t believe the haters, science is awesome. Look at Dr Frankenstein, Bunsen Honeydew and that bloke in ‘Despicable Me’. The Science Museum’s Wonderlab is the perfect place to get hands-on and disrespectful with the forces of nature. Get involved with explosive demonstrations, test friction on their indoor slides and watch a lighting bolt strike from a giant Tesla coil. They’ll call you insane, but one day you’ll rule the world. Ages six-plus. From £6.

Address: Exhibition Road, SW7 2DD

Opening Hours: Daily 10am - 6pm (last admission 5.15pm)

Transport: Tube South Kensington

For more information please visit https://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/see-and-do/wonderlab-equinor-gallery

l  National History Museum’s Family Yoga Classes under the Moon: Join NHM under Luke Jerram's magnificent installation of the Moon for a special yoga experience that kids won't forget. The family yoga classes - hosted in collaboration with East of Eden - are a perfect way for children and adults to explore gentle yoga through stories, easy breathing and meditation. Afterwards you will also enjoy exclusive access to part of the Museum before the summer crowds enter. This event is for visitors with children aged 5-11. Adults must purchase tickets and accompany children in the class. Please bring your own yoga mat for this event.

Address: Cromwell Road, SW7 5BD

Dates: 15th and 29th August - 08.45 to 09.30

Price: Public: £14 Members: £12.60

l National History Museum’s LEGO® Life Forms: This summer, budding space scientists can explore what life might look like on different planets and create a Mars rover in two LEGO® building events. Explore distant worlds and imagine life throughout the galaxy with LEGO® Life Forms, a fun, playful activity for the whole family. Unleash your imagination, build a LEGO life form and discover how creatures are adapted to different environments: 

Frozen oceans - Jupiter's moon Europa

Deserts - Proxima Centauri b exoplanet

Rocky mountains - TRAPPIST-1e exoplanet

Volcanoes - Jupiter's moon Io

Address: Cromwell Road, SW7 5BD

Event location: Waterhouse Gallery

Event times: Daily, 11.00-16.00, drop-in

Tickets: Free, no ticket required

Suitable for ages 7+

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