Bach to Baby Blog

We write about all things to do with babies, kids, music and culture.

Musical Movies for Kids

Bach to Baby loves musicals! There is no better way of getting your kids excited about singing, dancing and music. While you might have to wait until your children are a little older before taking them to a full-on stage musical, they will love watching them on the small screen with you at home, or even in the cinema. And the great thing about musicals is that they are usually good fun for the adults too.

Check out our list of the top musical films for children

Music Books for Kids

Introducing young tots to music can seem challenging, but using musical books is a brilliant way to get them excited and learning. Interactive elements such as sound buttons and flaps will capture the attention of even the youngest of babies, while more advanced storylines can keep them interested as they progress through early years.

Here are the best musical books we've found for your baby, from their first experiences of different instruments to later forays into the world of performance.

Stage Musicals for Kids

Your first musical is something you always remember, so the choice of your child’s first performance can often feel overwhelming – Bach to Baby is here to help!

We've complied a list of our favourite child-friendly London musicals, along with an age recommendation and our top song picks to make your choice easier. Whether you’re looking for catchy tunes or amazing sets there’s something for everyone; if we could we would see all of them!


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