With half-term approaching, Teddington’s Landmark Arts Centre has something for all ages, including a family-friendly concert, art workshops, storytelling and a classic family film.

The week kicks off on Saturday, February 10, with ‘Paddington’s First Concert’ – performed

by Chamberhouse Winds and narrator Jonathan Butcher, Herbert Chappell’s delightful musical follows Paddington to his first concert, with endearingly disastrous results.

Other family favourites such as the Teddy Bears’ Picnic will be performed and children are invited to bring their bears to enjoy the concert with them. The concert is aimed towards children age five and older.

On Monday, February 12, Ace Art will be leading an art workshop for young people age eight – 14 years. The morning workshop is fully booked, but there are some spaces left for the 1.30-3.30pm workshop.

Tuesday, February 13, features a storytelling by the author and illustrator of the new children’s book, ‘Parrots Don’t Live in the City!’

After the storytelling there will be an activity workshop plus a feather hunt. Suitable for families with children aged 3 – 6 years.

On Wednesday, February 14, the Nostalgic Film Club will be presenting a special screening of the classic family film, Honey I Shrunk the Kids – with popcorn and ice cream to boot.

Also on Wednesday, young musicians who need help preparing for Grade 5 Music Theory can book a place on the Landmark’s popular revision course. Places are limited, so advance booking is essential.

Book online via landmarkartscentre.org