Published: 15th August 2016
DJ, record producer, composer and songwriter, Sister Bliss started out in the band Faithless and is somewhat of a dance music legend. She lives in London with her family. We caught up with her to ask her all about her best family days out in London.
I always loved the Southbank – i was lucky enough that my parents took me to see many concerts, plays and art exhibitions there from a very young age – and I also performed there as a child, and more recently worked for the National Theatre so I guess it was integral to my ending up in the world of music and performance.
I also love its riverside location – it feels like the essence of London, the history of past and present overlap perfectly there – and I’m so grateful it continues to deliver such a varied programme for both adults and kids.
Jamie Oliver’s restaurants are very family friendly – recently ate at the one in Angel and was impressed with gracious staff, drawing packs for every child at the table, fairly varied kids menu and rather tasty food – my son declared his spaghetti bolognese ‘ even better than mummy’s”- praise indeed!
Locally the new Picturehouse cinema in Crouch End is amazingly comfortable with reclining seats, so its almost a home from home, and always a great selection of movies from arthouse to blockbuster – plus special kids mornings at the weekends.
They also have 2 great bar areas and a ridiculous array of artisan chocolate!
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