Spring is in the air, and London is coming into full bloom – it must be April! Here’s what to do if you are visiting the capital this month.
‘A Life on Our Planet’
16th April 2020
Royal Albert Hall
Sir David Attenborough reveals his powerful new film ‘A Life on Our Planet’. This world-exclusive event is a vital and timely experience. Alongside Attenborough will be film makers and special guests taking to the stage to discuss the issues raised in the screening.
The Queen’s Real Birthday
21st April 2020
Although the Queen’s official birthday is in June, on April 21st you can hear the gun salutes celebrating her actual birthday. Head to Hyde Park or the Tower of London to be in on the action. Both are great places to spend the day and enjoy London at its finest in Spring.
The Creative Craft Show
24th and 25th April 2020
This is the place to be to discover the latest innovations, ideas and, of course, supplies in the world of craft. As well as being able to purchase yarns, kits, patterns, fabrics, threads and buttons, this is the chance to meet and connect with industry experts.
Gin on the River
25th April 2020
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
Enjoy London from a different perspective on a tranquil three-hour cruise around the Olympic Park, Hackney Wick, and East London Canal Network. Ticket price includes four gins for tasting served in a souvenir gin glass.
26th April 2020
40,000 plus runners, 26.2 miles, and thousands of people lining the streets of London to spectate. London Marathon is the event of the spring – and not to be missed if you are in the city this April. The route starts at Greenwich, crosses the Thames at Tower Bridge, and finishes in front of Buckingham Palace after passing London’s most famous landmarks en route.
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