The Watershed is in Wimbledon and hosts two comedy nights a week and is on your site - seems to be missing from this guide for technical reasons? http://www.timeout.com/london/music/watershed
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Less your regular panto and more Christmas show affair, Polka Theatre offer up an adaptation of JM Barrie's classic tale by artistic director Peter Glanville. Catch singing, flying and dancing as they bring the tale of lost boys and girls, fairies and pirates to life. Ages 6-plus. Find more family Christmas shows in London
Sarah Argent's new show for kids has music from Greg Hall and is all about children and their grandparents. In 'Grandad, Me... and Teddy Too' Mia's granddad is coming to visit and she's getting more and more excited. Ages 2-5. Find more Christmas theatre shows for toddlers
An indoor market with sellers offering nearly new clothing, books, pushchairs, toys and children's equipment for babies and children aged 0-6.
In this play for the very young, tots are invited to step into a magical interactive environment where kitchen meets garden. Ages 0-3.
- Rated as: 3/5
This production of 'Oh What a Lovely War' returns to Stratford from Jan 29 2015 ahead of a UK tour. Before there was punk rock, there was Joan Littlewood: 100 years ago, London’s most iconoclastic theatremaker was born, and 50 years later she devised ‘Oh What A Lovely War’, the smash anti-authoritarian ‘musical entertainment’ that did much to popularise the view that World War I was a really, really bad idea. It premiered at Theatre Royal Stratford East, and to mark