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50 Things To Do Before You're 11¾: Go Bird Watching

See how many birds you can spot around the garden and parkland, including wrens, swans, kingfishers, woodpeckers and a tawny owl.

National Trust: Sheffield Park Garden, Uckfield

Tue 16 Sep

Free, plus admission £8.50, child £4.25, family £21.25 / 01825 790231

  • 10:30 – 16:00

After Dark: Adults Only

Go to the science centre after all the kids have gone to sleep for the night, with the chance to get hands on with all the fun science activities that you have begrudgingly have to let them have first dibs at during the day. Plus, live shows in the UK's biggest capacity digital planetarium.

Winchester Science Centre & Planetarium

Tue 16 Sep

Over-18s only

£8–£10 / 01962 863791

  • 18:00 – 22:00

Cult Screens Oxford

The pop-up cinema experience returns to Oxford Castle Unlocked, running from 24-27 July, 21-24 August and 18-21 September. The programme of films is as follows:

Oxford Castle Unlocked

Tue 16 Sep

£12.50 ticket and cushion; £14.50 ticket and bean bag / 01865 260666

  • 20:45

It's All About The River

Combining epic cinema with historical archive and documentary film and premieres of specially commissioned films by international artists, this major event aims to celebrate and revitalise cultural spaces and communities.

River Tamar, Calstock

Tue 16 Sep


  • 10:00 – 22:00

Lucy Skaer

A drawing, a film and two wooden sculptures, influenced by the maverick English surrealist Leonora Carrington.

Hunterian Museum & Art Gallery, Glasgow

Tue 16 Sep

Free / 0141 330 4221

  • 10:00 – 17:00

This Is My Picture When I Was Dead

Four year old Bashir was believed to have died in the assassination of his father, Mamoun Mraish, in 1983. When they arrived at the hospital however, it was discovered that he was alive. Bashir, now a young man, unravels the past.

BFI Southbank, London SE1

Tue 16 Sep

020 7928 3232

  • 20:50

Toddler Time

  • 30 min

A 30-minute film or series of shorts that have been specially selected for the wee ones. Shown every Tuesday.

Phoenix Cinema East Finchley

Tue 16 Sep

020 8444 6789

  • 11:00

Whose Gaze Is It Anyway?

An exhibition that looks at the history of Arab pop culture through printed matter, including Abboudi Bou Jaoudeh's extensive collection of Arab film memorabilia, plus a newly commissioned work by Sophia Al-Maria and Maha Maamoun's film Domestic Tourism II (2009).

ICA, London SW1Y

Tue 16 Sep

Fox Reading Room

Free / 020 7930 3647

  • 11:00 – 13:00