To Do List Daily: Easter Things To Do in London – Fri 25 – Mon 28 March
Here are some divinely different Easter Things To Do in London for this long weekend – it’s not all about the chocolate bunnies and eggs!
We’ve tried to avoid the obvious Easter Egg hunts etc. in favour of supporting some of the sensational independents helping bring Spring to life! The weekend’s weather is looking a bit peaky, so we’ve included lots of under cover picks…
Things to See & Do
Old Spitalfields Market is transformed into a unique African Market showcasing a vibrant selection of original talent and free activities inspired by African cultures.
Head to Pop Brixton for an egg hunt around the containers and open spaces, a disco for the little ones, a bouncy castle, family games in the main square and live music across the site for the official Brixton Easter Fete.
They Say: Come and celebrate the best comeback of all time – Jesus Christ – with me, The Right Reverend Michael Alabama Jackson this Easter. Me and my merry band of Good Friday freaks and Bible geeks will be partying so hard we’re sure to get Jesus rocking off of his crucifix and onto the dance floor.
Get in the carnival spirit with this day and night of events on the south bank – you can take part in dancehall and Soca classes and carnival arts workshops, and then join in with the Southbank Carnival parade and the The Heatwave club night!
The Virgin Mary, aka The Holy Mother of Gawd, hosts a night of performance and #HolyPartying at Bethnal Green Working Mens Club, with performances from Maxi More, Holestar, A Man to Pet, Felicity Furore & Crystal Beth.
They Say: A night to remember, a night to live, a night to PARTY! #StrutWithChrist
Adam Kay is the guest headliner for this second semi final of the 2016 Musical Comedy Awards, at The Phoenix. In contention for a place in the final are Katie Pritchard, Uke’s Not Dead, Jon Long, Micky P Kerr, Harriet Braine, Making Faces, Nele Needs A Holiday, and Zac Hurst!
Have a Booze!
Head to The Craft Beer Company in Clapham – 128 Clapham Manor Street – to try over 100 beers from some of the UK’s best breweries, US favourites and world renowned lambics. No ticket required!