Alternative events over the Easter weekend
Do experiment with art at a Neon Naked Creative Life Drawing Class
It might look like a full moon party, but this afternoon of sketching at The Duke of Wellington in Dalston is an experiment in light, colour and texture. Instead of being static figures, the models become ‘living sculptures’ covered in reactive body paints and under UV lights. Get some artful club vibes without leaving your seat.
Do chow down on homemade churros at Pitch Stratford
Get ready Londoners: the Pitch is back. The E15 haunt is opening early this year for an Easter weekend blow-out. Grab some Venezuelan food from Guasacaca and a load of churros and crepes from The Pitch Sweet Shack and take a seat on the ‘Miami Vice’ pastel rooftop.
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Do try and get a hole in one at Swingers West End
Earlier this month, crazy golf giants Swingers launched its biggest site yet in the former BHS flagship store on Oxford Street. An ode to the English Riviera, the Swingers West End course includes a helter-skelter and big wheel, with beach huts and bandstands. Think of your best childhood seaside holiday, then add booze. It's Easter, let's ‘par tee’ already.
Do slide down the ArcelorMittal Orbit
Want some real downtime? Try whizzing through the twists and turns of the world’s longest and tallest tunnel slide in just 40 seconds. The ArcelorMittal Orbit will be open over the entire Easter weekend.
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