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It’s going to be one of the strangest bank holiday weekends yet. London venues are closed, and we all have to stay indoors. But there are still four whole days to fill, and Time In does not have to equal boredom. Despite the unprecedented circumstances we find ourselves in, Londoners are still organising brilliant, innovative online events. So many of the things we usually fill our bank holidays with are going digital: market visits, art exhibitions, even music festivals. For the first bank holiday of 2020, Friday April 10 – Monday April 13, you can tune into a living room concert organised by the Royal Albert Hall, catch a show from Cirque du Soleil, take a tour of the Andy Warhol retrospective at Tate Modern and dance in your garden (or doorstep) to a Camp Bestival DJ set. It’s not the Easter we were expecting, but you can be damn sure we’re going to make the most of it (at a safe two-metre distance).
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