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Giles Smith

12 egg-free ways to make the most of the Easter weekend in London

How do you spend Easter as an adult? Head to these cracking events over the bank holiday, all without a Creme Egg or Easter bunny in sight

By Things To Do Editors

W love Easter as much as anyone – there are loads of hot cross buns in the shops, Creme Eggs are finally back and you can legitimately walk around with an Augustus Gloop chocolate beard. But, c'mon, let’s face it, although it is a religious holiday and an excuse to spend time with your family, Easter’s really one for the kids - plus, all that chocolate can make you feel a little sick after a while.

Since we’re blessed with a four-day bank holiday weekend, you can enjoy plenty of Easter revelry and still have time to spare - and it would be a crime to let all that sweet free time go to waste. So, how do you spend Easter as an adult? Don't worry, we've got you covered.

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Alternative events over the Easter weekend

Ella Figuero

1. Don't just have a roast dinner

Nightlife Pop-ups and food events Camden Market

Do opt for pasta and meatballs instead at Camden Market's Italian Alley

Say 'buona pasqua' to this new dining concept within Camden Market, which brings the al fresco atmosphere of a Neapolitan piazza to five restored railway arches in North London. Food ranges from charcoal barbecued sardines con pane cunzato to an arch where the menu is entirely dedicated to ‘polpetta’ (meatballs). Buon appetito!

Crack open our full guide to the Easter weekend

Easter in London

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Whether you plan to hunt eggs, party all weekend or stuff your face with chocs, get cracking with your Easter plans now.


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