The Twits at Royal Court Theatre London from 7 April

Little Scandinavian teamed up with the Royal Court Theatre in London to offer one lucky winner four tickets to a performance of Roald Dahl’s The Twits. This not-to-be-missed, hilarious play will be on stage in London this Spring, and our winner has been announced! The Twits, Roald Dahl's 1980 story of a nasty couple who enjoy playing horrible tricks on each other, has been mischievously...

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Visit The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre this Half Term

The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre is situated where the Norwegian British author Roald Dahl lived, in Great Missenden, where the author also wrote all of his famous children’s books. In fact, many of his stories are set in and around the quaint village. We decided to make a day out of it to find out what this family attraction had to offer. Roald Dahl moved to Great Missenden from...

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Ralph Lauren’s Literacy Programme supporting UK charity Booktrust

© Ralph Lauren AW14 As part of Ralph Lauren’s Global Literacy Programme and in celebration of the partnership with UK charity Booktrust, Tamara Beckwith Veroni hosted an exclusive Tea Party event at the Ralph Lauren children’s store in London yesterday afternoon. It was a very nice party, but the more interesting bit is the support of the Global Literacy Programme! Ralph Lauren held...

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Family Activities for Half Term in London – Scandinavian Style

Half Term is only a couple of weeks away and we've gathered a few ideas on activities, Scandinavian Style of course! © Mini A Ture Copenhagen AW12 Visit your nearest London City Farm Bring the countryside to the city! Head down to one of London's city farms and say hello to the animals and experience a slice of rural life without having to leave London. As well as farmyard animals, many city...

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Roald Dahl Day -with Norwegian roots

Roald Dahl (1916–1990) was born in Wales to Norwegian parents, Harald and Sofie Magdalene Dahl. Dahl's parents had emigrated to the UK from Norway, and settled in Cardiff. Dahl was named after the polar explorer Roald Amundsen, a national hero in Norway. He spoke Norwegian at home with his parents and his sisters Astri, Alfhild, and Else. And the children were all christened at the Norwegian...

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