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Fun things to do in London – kids camps

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Written by Tim Barnes-Clay

This Summer forget the beach, take your kids to one of these fun things to do in London.

Enrolling your kids to a camp this summer, will not only give them fun things to do but mean they make new friends too. We spoke to iCoolKid co-founder and curator of cool, Jenk Oz. He has you covered with all the most thriving and enriching camps and activities going on this summer – all based in London!

Studio 68, Ewer Street, London
Price: From £110 a week
Dates: 24.07 – 28.07 and 31.07 – 04.08
Times: 10am to 4pm
Age Range: 8+
How to book:

Put their dancing shoes on and join a host of like-minded movers to enhance and intensify their street dancing skills! If your child has a flair for dancing but never get the chance to let go, this is the place for them. They could spend five full days this summer learning, developing and perfecting their moves. Everything from Hip Hop to Pop n’ Lock while making new friends along the way.

The National Youth Theatre, Pimlico, London
Price: £329
Dates: 31.07 – 05.08
Times: 10am – 5pm
Age Range: 11-19
How to book:

Priding themselves on inspiring and nurturing young performers, The National Youth Theatre of Great Britain is the world-leading youth arts group. As one of our fun things to do, it will give your child a platform to showcase their talents that they may otherwise not have access to. With alumni including Helen Mirren and Daniel Craig, this could be their first step on the journey to the bright lights of the West End stage. On the final day, you will be able to see your child take to the stage to share their new-found talents!

High Flying!

Gorilla Circus, Regent’s Park
Price: Prices Vary
Dates: All Summer
Times: Various, 2 hour sessions
Age Range: 8+
How to book:

The Gorilla Circus is operating in one of London’s glorious green inner-city spaces and are offering you the chance to become a pro on the flying trapeze! Students will be eased into the process, practicing simple tricks on the lower bars and gradually moving up and onto the flying trapeze. Depending on how many classes your child takes, by the end of the summer their skillset on the trapeze could be very advanced. The great thing is your child can still visit the Gorilla Circus once Summer is up. Who knows, maybe they could be in the Cirque du Soleil next year!

The Young Actors Theatre – Glee Club, Islington
Price: £199/£149 concessions
Dates: 07.08 – 11.08
Times: 10:30am – 5pm
Age Range: 6-11
How to book:

Does your child have a passion for theatre you want to explore? The Young Actors Theatre is offering the chance to spend thier summer working on songs and scenes from GLEE! Looked after by the resident Musical Director and Choreographer,  they will end the week with a performance to show off their new skills.

Everyone has to start somewhere, and where better to start than the bright lights of London?