Things to do in London this Sunday

Forget about your day of rest with our tips for what to do this Sunday in London

Finish your weekend in style with our guide to the best entertainment, events and places to go in London this Sunday, featuring an array of fantastic ideas that show the city at its best on this day of rest.

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Rosewood London’s Slow Food & Living Market

Grand Holborn hotel Rosewood London is putting its inner courtyard to good use every Sunday by hosting a food market with the Slow (sustainable, local, organic and wholesome) Food and Living ethos at heart. All 30 of the traders are endorsed by Slow Food and Living, and shoppers will be able to fill fridges and pantries with such treats as Hansen & Lydersen Fish, Bath Soft Cheese, Chegworth Valley vegetables, Dark Arts Coffee and plenty more.

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Rosewood London Sunday March 8 2015 - Sunday August 30 2015
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Comic Relief Danceathon

Claudia Winkleman will host this fundraiser for Comic Relief which will see 2,000 participants shimmying their way through six hours of non-stop dancing. The dance style and teacher will change every half hour to keeps things moving, and familiar faces due to join Winkleman on stage include Arlene Phillips, Zoe Ball, Chelsee Healey and Adam Garcia. Tickets are just £10 but each dancer is asked to raise a minimum sponsorship of £150. Children aged ten and over are welcome to join in the fun.

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Wembley Arena Sunday March 8 2015
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Mister Sunday

Critics' choice

Top New York DJ duo Justin Carter and Eamon Harkin have built a grand reputation for themselves off the back of their acclaimed disco, house and funk-filled Mister Saturday Night parties in Brooklyn, taking place on – yep – Saturday nights. The pair have now put Sunday night into a disco blender with their Mister Sunday parties, which have also proved a hit with London audiences too. Messers Carter and Hawkin will be the only faces behind the decks all night, but these two are more than capable of commanding a dancefloor all night long, so prepare for a colourful, groove-laden odyssey that should smash the mundanity of Sunday daytime into pieces.

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Oval Space Sunday March 8 2015
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Mencap’s Step Up Challenge

Better find a friend with a penthouse flat to help you train for this thigh-burning challenge in aid of Mencap. Participants in 'Step Up 3, 2, 1' are challenged to dash up the stairs of three different vertiginous buildings, running 6.1km between them and finishing in the Walkie Talkie's Sky Garden for a glass of champagne. If the prospect of 71 flights of stairs (and over 1,500 individual steps) is too daunting you can sign up for 'Step Up 1', which only (only!) involves the 36 stories at the Walkie Talkie. Registration is £35 and runners are asked to raise sponsorphip of at least £300 for 'Step Up 3, 2, 1' or £200 for 'Step Up 1'.

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Various London locations Sunday March 8 2015
5

Mirth Control

Critics' choice

Radio 4 treasure Sandi Toksvig hosts this big Southbank Centre comedy and music gig, as part of the Women of the World Festival (WOW). Sarah Millican's on the bill, telling more filthy tales, Sue Perkins conducts the WOW Orchestra, and there are plenty of musical guests.

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Royal Festival Hall Sunday March 8 2015
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Comments

4 comments
George S
George S

Please recheck the Sunday Love event because I already booked 2 tickets for this Sunday the 15th, only to find out that the event starts on the 22nd of February! 

Nadia
Nadia

I like these ideas there very fun things to iv been on other webs and they give you rubbish plans unlike this website there very very interesrting so ill give a 4 star

Ali
Ali

PS my favorite Sunday haunt is Church Street in Stoke Newington - Turkish coffee, fresh juices, mediterranean breakfasts and vintage clothes. Also an old school DVD rental shop with the discs arranged by director, not 'category', for that afternoon veg out.