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Glow Wild, Wake­hurst, West Sus­sex (Novem­ber 22 – De­cem­ber 16) AF­TER the sun goes down, the trees, ponds and for­est floors of the gor­geous wild botanic gar­den are brought to life with hun­dreds of glow­ing lanterns and torches of fire mark­ing the trail. A per­fect win­ter out­ing for all ages. See Kew.org for de­tails.

Wiz­ard of Oz, Birm­ing­ham Rep (Novem­ber 24 – Jan­uary 13) FOLLOW the yellow brick road with Dorothy and Toto on their jour­ney to the Emer­ald City in the won­der­ful world of Oz. All the favourite songs and char­ac­ters from the clas­sic movie are in­cluded, with some added live magic. Rec­om­mended for ages seven plus. Check out birm­ing­ham-rep.co.uk.

Wildlife Pho­tog­ra­pher of the Year, M Shed, Bris­tol (Oc­to­ber 20 – Fe­bru­ary 24) WITH a “wow” as well as an “ah” fac­tor, the Nat­u­ral History Mu­seum’s ex­hi­bi­tion has over a 100 images. From dra­matic land­scapes, to bizarre species, they make for breath­tak­ing view­ing. See www. bris­tol­mu­se­ums.org.uk.

Movie Nights at the Mu­seum, Nat­u­ral History Mu­seum Lon­don (Oc­to­ber 28 – 29) HAVE a whale of a time when Luna Cin­ema takes over the mu­seum’s Hintze Hall to screen scary flicks – in­clud­ing The Shin­ing, The Si­lence of the Lambs and The Blair Witch Project – in the shadow of the blue whale skele­ton. See Thelu­nacin­ema. com.

Thun­der­birds: Be­yond the Hori­zon The Buzz, Lon­don (Novem­ber 7 – Jan­uary 27) THUN­DER­BIRDS are go – and in a new theatre spe­cially de­signed for im­mer­sive shows like this sci-fi ad­ven­ture in­spired by the retro kids’ TV show. The In­ter­na­tional Res­cue mis­sion prom­ises a 3D Tracy Is­land and strictly no pup­pets. Check buz­ztick­ets.co.uk.

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