Weekend guide

by Amy Collins, Thursday 02 April 2015


Coral Reefs – secret cities of the sea

Dive into the deep ocean and explore the secret cities of the sea. The Natural History Museum welcomes Coral Reefs, an exhibition of images and information during a survey of the coral reefs.

Wildlife photographer of the year

Also hosted by The Natural History Museum is the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition. The walls of the gallery will be laced with images of some of the most extraordinary species on the planet.


Eggsplorers Easter Egg Trail

The closest National Trust & Cadbury Easter egg hunt is Hampstead Grove and it’s a great event to get children and adults alike excited for the Easter weekend! Different clues will lead you through the venue until you’re rewarded with a chocolately prize.

The Penny Market

A fresh addition to Portobello Road is The Penny Market focussing on mainly organic items including healthy foods, juices and raw foods. But fear not, there are other delicacies available if you’re feeling a little more indulgent.


A month of sundaes

Enjoy a series of delicious desserts in Dalston this weekend as Pond Dalston hosts ‘A month of sundaes’. Devour a five course meal of nothing but dessert at this event that spans over a four week period. Naturally, the theme on Easter Sunday is chocolate!

Rubens and his legacy: Van Dyck to Cézanne

This Royal Academy blockbuster looks at the influence Peter Paul Rubens has had on artists including Watteau, Turner, Delacroix and Cézanne.



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