Give yourself a pat on the back and a ‘holla’ for making it to Thursday. We’ve been teased with Spring this week – London has been bathed in sunshine but make no mistake – Spring has definitely not sprung just yet. Even so, that’s no excuse to use the weekend to keep hibernating. Get out and about and do something wonderful. Here is our weekly round up of the five best things to do in London this weekend.

Screen Shot 2016-03-17 at 10.53.121. Chorus Festival at the Southbank Centre
What the heck: The Southbank Centre is hosting its annual ‘Chorus’ festival, which sees people coming together to sing their hearts out and enjoy music. Whether your a seasoned Messiah veteran, or just getting a Handel on things, there is something for everyone at Chorus.
Where the heck:
The Southbank Centre
When the heck:
Friday 18th – Sunday 20th March
How much tho’: 
FREEEEE

TAKE ME THERE

 

Screen Shot 2016-03-17 at 10.44.022. Flower Installation at St Christopher’s Place
What the heck: Artist Rebecca Louise Law has been busy creating a beautiful floral installation for St Christopher’s Place. Over 1200 flowers make up the display and you can go and visit (armed with a camera) all weekend. It will really start to feel like Spring after a visit!
Where the heck:
St Christopher’s Place, Marylebone
When the heck:
From now until Sunday 20th March
How much tho’: 
FREEEEE

TAKE ME THERE

 

Screen Shot 2016-03-17 at 10.44.333. Portals and Pathways
What the heck: Storytellers London Dreamtime will take you on a journey of discovery in Brompton Cemetery as they tell the tale of the Courtoy Mausoleum and its mystical powers. Warm jackets and candles advised!
Where the heck:
Brompton Cemetery North Gates
When the heck:
7pm, Sunday 20th March
How much tho’:
£6/8

TAKE ME THERE

 

4. East London Vintage Furniture FleaScreen Shot 2016-03-17 at 11.05.22
What the heck: Grab yourself a bargain over in York Hall this Sunday. Claiming to be a ‘celebration of the kitsch and the collectable’, think 70s lampshades and velvet thrones – you might find the table of your dreams.
Where the heck:
York Hall, Bethnal Green
When the heck:
Earlybird from 10:30am, general from 11am, Sunday 20th March
How much tho’:
£3 earlybird, £2 general

TAKE ME THERE

 

Screen Shot 2016-03-17 at 11.13.215. Biscuiteers Icing Lates
What the heck: Rediscover those childhood afternoons of icing gingerbread men and cookies with the Biscuiteers Icing Lates series. Exclusively for adults, enjoy a therapeutic icing session over some bubbly this weekend.
Where the heck:
Habitat, Kings Road, Chelsea
When the heck:
7pm, Friday 18th March
How much tho’:
Eek, £42 – but it’ll be worth it, right?

TAKE ME THERE

 

Consider your weekend sorted. Do make sure to wrap up warm and grab a scarf if you are going to adventure out of your bedroom, and remember to make the most of your weekend!

With lunch,
Eatupp