27th December 1996 at 00:00
UNTIL JANUARY 5 FLY WITH THE SNOWMAN At the Royal Air Force Museum, Hendon, NW9, children of all ages can join Raymond Briggs's Snowman character on a magical journey across a wintry landscape to join in the Snowmen's Christmas Party and visit Father Christmas. Fee: Pounds 1.50 in addition to admission charge. Other events include plane-building workshop, December 28-30, and wartime dance workshops with jitterbug classes and 1940s make-up tips, January 2-4. Details: 0181 205 2266.

UNTIL JANUARY 26 THE SCENIC EYE:VISUAL ART AND THEATRE Interactive installations, peepshow boxes, video, sculpture and photography are all featured in this theatre-inspired installation art from Germany. Venue: Royal Festival Hall Galleries, South Bank, London SE1. Details: 0171 921 0600.

JANUARY 1 I REMEMBER CHRISTMAS Alex Pascall with Lester Freckleton on guitar will bring a medley of songs and stories with an African Caribbean flavour to the Norwegian Church, Cardiff Bay, 1.30pm and 3.30pm. Contributions from other lands, cultures and festivals welcome. Bring an improvised percussion instrument with you. Details: Ingrid Wilson, telfax 01633 267367.

JANUARY 4 BEAN FEAST Drop-in family activity at Brighton Museum based on the Regency Twelfth Night Festival of the Bean. Who is King Bean in your family? Decorate a cake, find the hidden jelly bean and make a crown in their honour (Pounds 1.50 on the door). Plus creative activities for 2-4-year-olds accompanied by an adult (tickets Pounds 2 in advance). Details: 01273 713289.

JANUARY 4-11 ROBIN HOOD AND BABES IN THE WOOD A pantomime greenwood full of demons, fairies, heroes and heroines is brought to life by Wellingborough Pantomime Society at The Castle, Wellingborough, Northamptonshire. Tickets: Pounds 7.50, Pounds 6.75 (discounts Pounds 1 off). Details: 01933 270007.

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