The best spring events in London
The Crystal Maze Live Experience proved so popular in its Angel location that the owners are moving it to an even bigger, mazier home at the London Trocadero, opening March 29. It’ll have 32 brand-new challenges, more places to be locked in when you fail your task and a Maze Bar. Say it with us: ‘START THE FANS, PLEASE’.
The stunning glass sculptures of Dale Chihuly (the man behind the giant blue-green chandelier in the V&A's entrance hall) find their natural counterpart in the botanical wonderland of Kew Gardens. The artworks will be located across the whole of Kew, giving Londoners the chance to explore the gardens at the same time as discovering these beautiful artworks.
Let’s tackle the baby elephant in the room first: how does Disney’s new Dumbo look in a live-action movie? Happily, the teeny pachyderm is a suitably heart-melting presence in Tim Burton’s relatively orthodox redo of the 1941 animation classic. All giant expressive eyes and beach-towel ears, he’s a computer-generated creation that exudes picture-book warmth.
Whatever you do, get outside in London this spring
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