Giggly & Greenfingered

Brunel Museum Rooftop Garden

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Sunday 17 May 2015
14:00 - 18:00 (doors at 14:00)
Daytime, Classes, Food & Drink
All ages welcome

Hahahopscotch gets Giggly & Greenfingered at the Brunel Museum for Chelsea Fringe

It’s time for some Rotherhithe gardening fun, as Hahahopscotch brings very special Brunel-themed gardening fun to the Brunel Museum. It’s a chance to plant some seeds, get a teeny bit muddy, and take home your very own gardening project. And along the way we will have a giggle too!

As part of the Chelsea Fringe Festival, Hahahopscotch will be running Giggly & Greenfingered children's gardening activities at the Brunel Museum, to coincide with the Midnight Apothecary’s pop-up cocktail bar on the museum roof garden.

Giggly & Greenfingered will be open from 2-6pm. All ages welcome!

Parents to stay, and remain responsible for their children, please.

Tickets are £5 per child.

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Brunel Museum Rooftop Garden
Brunel Museum Railway Avenue, London, SE16 4LF

Nearest station:
Rotherhithe (Rail)


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Linden Groves

Linden uses her knowledge as a mother and landscape historian to take the best of children’s play from the past and adapt it for Hahahopscotch to give modern children the freckly, dishevelled and forgivably nostalgic playtimes that they so love... It’s about being proud to take the sack races, marbles, conkers and chalkdust of yesterday’s playtimes and give them a cheeky relevance for modern children. It all started with my work as a landscape historian – whilst working in the wonderful world of garden history, I began to focus on children’s play in historic parks and gardens, and being bombarded with accounts of gleeful grubsters on wooden slides and beautiful bairns making dens began to leave its mark. You can read more about this improbable job at