If you’re not a born athlete, join the crowds lining the world-famous 26.2-mile route. We recommend Tower Bridge, Embankment and the teary finish line on The Mall.
Tate Modern’s late-night shindig returns, this time celebrating wacky sculptor Franz West. As well as viewing heaps of modern art, you can discover pro-LGBT+ performances, textile-making classes, pin-badge workshops, a pun-based pub quiz and artist talks – then go dance to tunes from NTS Radio.
At this Sichuan restaurant in King’s Cross, enjoy bold flavours and portions that’ll make you wish you’d brought ten friends.
For once, we recommend not skipping the gym this weekend. This two-day fitness festival features R&B yoga from Gymbox, a Ministry of Sound ’80s fitness class, over-60s cheerleading and healthy treats for anyone flagging.
Yup, it’s an entire festival about fertility. The headline show is ‘Avalanche: A Love Story’ (Saturday April 27-May 12)
for which Maxine Peake stars in an adaptation of Julia Leigh’s IVF memoir.
There’ll be 60 independent traders at the SoLo Craft Fair in Dulwich Village, so head down to pick up jewellery, ceramics and candles. If that isn’t enough, there’ll be free sweets.
Another bar in the Mr Fogg’s family, inspired by adventures around the world. A mechanical negroni can be yours at the push of a button.
This is an exhibition of perfectly lit photographs of America by a true master of the form. It doesn’t matter whether he’s shooting a car or a person, Eggleston always creates beauty and unease.
Traders flog all manner of wares – including vintage clothing and craft beer – from some very handsome pre-1989 vehicles.
This celebration of the Sikh New Year will bring thousands of revellers to Trafalgar Square. Expect talks, traditional food and turban-tying as well as a jam-packed programme of live performances and kirtan (spiritual music).
Take your fandom to another level at this enormous, immersive ‘GoT’ dance party, featuring blizzard machines, impromptu sword battles and Hodor himself on the DJ decks. Hodor!
The psychoanalytical art by this pair of brilliant surrealists is fascinating and often beautiful – and it might teach you something about yourself.
Wolfgang Fischer’s highly intelligent movie is a taut moral thriller about a woman on a dream trip that takes a horrifying turn. It’s a masterful, nail-biting watch.
Chekhov’s classic play is directed at the Almeida by rising star Rebecca Frecknall. Patsy Ferran, Pearl Chanda and Ria Zmitrowicz are stunning siblings.
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