The Easter Bunny doesn’t only deal in chocolate. We have it under good authority that the rarely spotted rabbit has, once again, teamed up with Highbury bar and shop Top Cuvée for an Easter egg hunt that promises to reward participants with, among other things, free wine. Described as ‘bigger, better, funner than ever’, this year’s Easter Sunday hunt will undoubtedly see Top Cuvée dole out some egg-cellent prizes, especially as it’s teaming up with some friends for this year’s event. Others involved in the hunt include Tony’s Chocolonely, Yard Sale Pizza, Jolene, Supa Ya Ramen, Mam Sham, Patty & Bun, Brindisa and many others. So that things don’t get out of hand, this year potential egg hunters will have to register here order to take part, with Top Cuvée limiting the number of teams to 300. That means if you want to get involved, you better get your bunny ears ready and sign up pronto. Happy egg hunting!
Easter weekend isn’t just the first bank holiday of the year: it’s also a double bank holiday. We get four whole days off between Good Friday on April 15 and Easter Monday on April 18, so the world – or at least London – is our oyster (card).
Thankfully, there’s plenty to do in the capital over the Easter break, from checking out spring flowers to swinging by one of London’s top coffee shops. Hopefully the weather will be glorious and you’ll get mild sunstroke from hanging out in the park for four days straight. But if not, you could check out a free art exhibition, see some top theatre or treat yourself to a proper pub roast on Easter Sunday.
Read on for our top ten things to do in London this Easter – there’s absolutely no way you’ll be bored.
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