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What is it? Twickenham’s first ever micro-beer festival dedicated to what hopheads call the ‘haze craze’. Why go? To swig everything from NEIPAs (unfiltered IPA) to double IPAs. Anything else I should know? You’ll be able to sample pours from the likes of Northern Monk, Verdant, Vibrant Forest and Whiplash. Price Free entry.
What is it? A five-day food fiesta filling the South Bank with top street-food traders who’ll be battling it out in front of a panel of industry judges. Why go? To feast on a buffet of £5 dishes including vegan Thai from Greedy Khao, Aztec cuisine from Mexikings and dishes straight out of Manila from Turo Turo. Anything else I should know? There will also be talks and workshops, two Kerb bars to fill up at, and live music to enjoy. Price Free entry.
What is it? A stripped-back Australian circus show, returning to headline Underbelly Festival. Why go? It’s great fun, heavy on skill, light on bells and whistles. Anything else I should know? Prepare yourself for some jaw-dropping displays of synchronicity and strength. Price £19-£28.
What is it? A powerful show from German artist Hito Steyerl in which social inequality is rendered visible and lushly beautiful. Why go? To see how she mixes nature and data to shocking effect. Price Free.
What is it? Gorgeous abstract paintings that are thick and gloopy. Joan Snyder is not afraid of texture. Why go? For an eyeful of stunning works from the American painter. Price Free
What is it? A neighbourhood restaurant from husband-and-wife duo Emily Roux and ex-Le Gavroche chef Diego Ferrari. Why go? For the celeriac cacio e pepe. Eating your veg never tasted so good. Anything else I should know? Caractère is smart but not stuffy. You’ll feel right at home in its warm and buzzy atmosphere.
What is it? An alternative hunt this Easter. Maître Choux will be hiding mini éclairs all around the King’s Road for you to seek out. Why go? If you’re lucky enough to find one, redeem it for a tasty, full-size dark chocolate éclair in store. Yum. Price: Free
What is it? A talky crime thriller about a bank heist that goes wrong. Why go? To see Vince Vaughn and Mel Gibson trading barbs. Anything else I should know? If you’re in any way squeamish, look away when one of the bank robbers starts digging around inside a corpse.
What is it? A second outing for the Indian small-plates restaurant, this time rocking up next to Tower Bridge. Why go? For the duck leg. And parsnip crisps. Oh, and the duck leg. Anything else I should know? The puddings are worth exploring too, with paneer and Oreo cheesecake on the menu.
What is it? The ‘World’s Best Bar’ Dandelyan has made way for Lyaness, Ryan Chetiyawardana’s latest creation. Why go? To experience ‘Purple Pineapple’ then never look back. Anything else I should know? The heart of the makeover is the new menu with seven newly created ingredients featuring in three different drinks.
What is it? The Mayor of London’s annual party in honour of England’s patron saint. Why go? For live demos from leading London chefs plus an English farmers’ market and banqueting area. Anything else I should know? There’s fun for all the family with games, brass bands and a ‘knights training camp’. Price Free entry.
What is it? A celebration of vegan cuisine in south London. Why go? To swap the roast lamb and buttered hot cross buns historically associated with Easter for a plant-based menu. Anything else I should know? This double-header kicks off as a street food shindig at the Dogstar and finishes with a market on Brixton Station Road. Price: £1
What is it? A heady portrait of the life of former Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi. Why go? For a racy political satire with shades of ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’. Anything else I should know? Director Paolo Sorrentino is behind this flick packed with sex, drugs and serious scheming.
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