Freelance writer and poet from London; if you would like to read my poetry, please check out my book, 'Poems on the Page', available from goo.gl/Ta4oAX.
There is one question every parent dreads to hear; it is a very short question, but it is unending: Why?
They say curiosity killed the cat, but I think it is more likely to kill the parent.
Yes, never has one word caused so much irritation. But why (sorry)? Surely we should applaud our youngsters' thirst for knowledge.
For the next six weeks, the Science Museum in Kensington has come to offer you some respite, and satisfy a lot of curiosity. Between the 22nd July - 31st August join them for The Energy Show, a theatrical performance that features live experiments and exciting explosions.
With the help of Annabella and Phil, two Steampunk science students from the future, you and the family can discover what makes things go and what makes things go bang. They will be making fireballs from methane, freezing flowers with liquid nitrogen, and firing hydrogen rockets at the audience. You might want to stand back.
Tickets are £14.50 for adults and £9.50 for concessions, but you could save buy booking various types of family tickets. You could also buy tickets for a lunch time show, which includes a meal at their Deep Blue IMAX restaurant. It costs £22.50 for adults and £14.50 for children, and you have a choice of watching the show before or after eating.