Wild Child is an enchanting new family festival set in the leafy green area of Dulwich, South London, celebrating the very best in child-focused workshops and entertainment. Designed by mums and dads and arts educators the emphasis is on the arts, creative play, STEAM & wellbeing for 0-11-year-olds and their grown-ups.
Immerse your little ones in the worlds of theatre, Circus, live music, literature & storytelling, tech & science arts, dance, arts & craft, wellbeing & magic in a fun-filled day out to entertain the whole tribe. See the full schedule here
Our festival includes a licensed bar with craft lager and summer cocktails and a Mother Maker Craft Market.
The site is just 15 minutes from central London by train or there is onsite parking
Check out our ten creative areas below.
Designed for our Mini Festival goers aged 0-3 years. With a sensory garden, Mini Jazz & Broadway Concerts, Messy Edible play, Theatre & Family Circus Workshops
Join us in the Playhouse for Theatre, Comedy & Puppetry Shows and immersive adventures in the Unicorn Meadow & Dino-Land
Roll Up Roll Up to the Little Top and join the fabulously fun Fantastiko Circus School
Mini Makers can get crafty will Origami the Owlet making fun Festival accessories and decorations.
Nestle in at the Wordy Wood to hear stories from inspirational authors and storytellers and take part in wonderful wordy workshops
Follow the funky music from live bands and Dj's to the Harmony Hideaway for a chance to bust some groove's, show off your dad dancing and make some tunes with your little people....
Dance the Day away in the Bop Along Ballroom with family workshops from Bollywood to Ballroom plus ballet shows of The Teddy Bears Picnic
Chill out, relax and unwind in the Wellness Warren with a spot of Yoga and mindfulness
with Seedlings Wellbeing
Families can get tech savvy with creative coding from Mama.Codes and become mini scientists with Okido Arts & Science Workshops
Mini entertainers can learn Magic Tricks with funny magician El Baldiniho or take part in Magical Minds workshops