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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Frock Me! Vintage Fair

Frock Me! returns with some of the best vintage the capital has to offer. Catering to everyone from serious collectors to fashion enthusiasts, Chelsea Town Hall will be filled with over 50 stalls of vintage and designer clothing, accessories and jewellery. Expect swing coats, cashmere and enough flapper dresses to keep the cast of Downton happy. Hungry shoppers can recharge at the nostalgic pop-up café, hosted by Brighton's Blackbird Tea Rooms.

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Chelsea Old Town Hall Sunday March 29 2015 - Sunday March 29 2015
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Hackney DIY Art Market

The people behind Hackney’s monthly Flea Market bring you the DIY Art Market, a celebration of London’s emerging independent artists and makers. With over 50 handpicked exhibitors, it’s a great way to discover unique pieces at affordable prices. Items for sale include everything from comic art and mix tapes to screen prints, paintings and origami.

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EPIC Dalston Sunday March 29 2015 - Sunday March 29 2015
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Play Holi with Dishoom

Welcome spring with Dishoom's take on the Hindu tradition of Holi: a party packed with colour, food and fun. Guests are encouraged to bring family and friends to enjoy an afternoon of storytelling and music which will culminate in the whole room flinging brightly coloured paint powders at each other. Much-loved Indian soft drinks Thums Up and Limca will be served on arrival, there'll be crafty activities for kids to help with and plenty of mithai – celebratory Indian sweets. Street food stalls from the likes of Pizza Pilgrims and Lily Vanilli will be on hand to provide extra sustenance. Tickets go on sale at 9.30am on March 9.

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Cubitt Square Sunday March 29 2015
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Sunday Love

Critics' choice

Grasp the end of the weekeend by the collar and wrestle it onto the dancefloor at this new series of super-cheap Sunday night parties. Held at Islington party boozer The Old Queen's Head, the series features great DJs (including Marshall Jefferson, Daniel Wang, Ivan Smagghe, Jack Savidge, Artwork) spinning all kinds of deep house, techno, trippy disco, bass and more.

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Old Queen's Head Sunday March 29 2015 - Monday April 6 2015
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Manic Mechanics and River Tinkers

This free activity day will see families learn all about River Tinkers – curious characters who live on narrow boats and spend their days doing odd jobs and a little fishing. Hear stories about their adventures in the Breaker's Yard garden and make your own River Tinker puppet to go home with. Artist Annie Kelley will run a musical instrument making workshop inspired by the sounds of a working car yard and a 'Manic Mechanics' Easter egg trail will lead intrepid explorers to some delicious prizes. The egg trail (which will run every day from March 28-April 12) costs £1.50 per child and all other acitivites are free.

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Sutton House Sunday March 29 2015 Free
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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.