Things to do this Easter in London

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Things to do this Easter in London

Celebrate this Easter weekend in London, king style. Here is the list of few things you can do.

Chocolate Market:

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Visit chocolate market on Duke of York Square to enjoy different kinds of chocolates and other savoury treats from vendors there. The famous chocolatier, Amelia Rope will also be there with dangerously delicious sea salt caramel mini Easter eggs. This Easter let the magic of chocolates celebrate your world.

Where: Duke of York, SW3 4LY

Time: 12:00

Entry Fees: Free


Easter Vintage Village Market:

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Back by popular demand, the vintage clothes pop up market is here. There will be more than 20 independent traders with retro clothes, accessories, home wares, handmade jewellery and art. Unleash the shopaholic in you and get some vintage clothes for yourself and your loved ones.

Where: Pop Brixton, SW3 8PQ

Time 10:00am

Entry Fees: Free 


Movie Marathon:

V&A Museum of Childhood is doing back to back screening of animated classics created by Peter Firmin and Oliver Postage, which includes the Clangers, Bagpuss, Noggin the Nog and Ivor the Engine.

Where: V&A, Museum of Childhood, Bethnal Green, E2 9PA

Time: 10:00 am – 5:45 pm

Entry Fees: Free


Dress like Christ:

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Yes, you read it correct. Dress like Christ, join Christathon and be a part of an amazing pub-crawl. You will be visiting biblically named pubs, to raise money for charity. Find a white beard, a white tunic and a long wig.

Where: The Trinity in Borough, SE1 1JX

Time: 2:30 pm

Visit event’s website for more details:

https://www.facebook.com/christathoncharitypubcrawl 


Easter Country Fair: 

Time to go crazy. Call your friends, pack a picnic and join 2 day traditional entertainment and outdoor fun fair. Food and drinks will also be available on –site bars. There will be numerous performances, pony displays and fighting knights too. You can book your tickets via Oakleigh Fairs website to get discounted tickets.

Where: Fishers Green Car Park, Stubbins Hall Lane, Waltham Abbey, EN9 2EF

Time: 10 am

Entry Fees: Tickets available

Craft 100:

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Craft Beer Co, Clapham’s branch is raising stakes this weekend. They are organizing a free beer entry festival, offering a selection of 80 cask ales and 20 kegs. Liberty Cheesesteak Company will be providing food to add some more flavour to the evening.

Where: 128 Clapham Manor Street, SW4 6ED

Time: noon-11pm

http://www.craft100.co.uk/

Share your fun easter weekend story with us in the comments below. 

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