Wednesday, 6 April 2016

Things To Do In London This Spring


Spring is official here and I could not be more excited. I'm completely over the long winter, short days and shiver-inducing weather. April heralds the arrival of spring and the end of hypernation, and it gives us the promise of long days full of sunshine(as much sunshine we can have in Landan). Is finally time to put our sunglasses on, grab our favorite frap and enjoy our city. Even though London has the reputation of being dull, as soon as the sun is out it transform to a place of bliss with endless things to do from morning to night.

Highlights this months includes a cocktail cruise, enormous amount of caffeine at the London Coffee festival, allow your self to get lost in the many food markets and explore food from all over the world.

London Coffee Festival.
Even though British people are slightly obsessed with tea, we definitely need a shot or two well on Mondays three shots of caffeine. So a festival that celebrates the reason (coffee) we get out of our beds in the morning is definitely a must.
Details: 7-10th April | Old Truman Brewery, 91 Brick Ln | £14.50



Cocktail Cruise 
Sip on Margaritas whilst cruising down the river on a two-and-a-half hour trip. There will be an abundance of alcohol which is absolutely perfect for borderline alcoholics like me or for people who like to have only few, and also plenty of cheeses from Neil’s Yard. 
Details: 2nd April – 7th August | £20-40 


Dinerama 

Dinerama is back y'all.
Dinerama is a food market that last all day and night long with multiple roof terraces, cocktail bars, food shacks. Time to staff our faces and drink till we can't anymore.
Details: Every Thurs/Fri/Sat | 19 Great Eastern Street, Shoreditch, EC2A 3EJ | free before 7pm, £3 entry after 7

Urban Food Fest 
If you are a foodie then this is place to be this spring. 
This delightful urban food fest has a variety of food traders to get your mouth watering. You can find Italian burgers, cheese toasties brioche lobster rolls, brownies,chocolate covered waffles, delicious pancakes. 
Details: Every Saturday in April | 162-167 Shoreditch High Street E1 6HU | Free 


CircusFest 2016
CircusFest is also back in town, with an extraordinary programme that's bursting through the rafters with high-flying international circus. This year is slightly morbid and includes lots of black humour with wheel of death and a human catapul.

Part2 Coming Soon



So where will you be heading this spring?
Words:
Anna 
@AnN3e


Disclaimer: Images were taken from google

16 comments:

  1. Wow it all looks so fun! I'm a coffeeholic so I'm sure I would start there. I've always wanted to go, maybe someday I will!

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  2. Would love to go to London if there is opportunity. Since I love coffee, the coffee festival looks amazing. Hoping one day will go.

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  3. COFFEE FESTIVAL! How is it done in London? I love drinking coffee and and would love to know what is done during a festival.

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  4. Ok, I always wanted to go to London and now I am secretly looking at booking a ticket! The bee people are hilarious at the circusfest!

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  5. Really cool post, I'm from Scotland but only been to London once. The cocktail cruise is definitely up my street!!

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  6. London is definitely one of the cities that I would love to visit some day. I very much enjoyed getting to see various parts of the city and the surrounding area during the televising of the 2012 Winter Olympics.

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  7. Wow! Coffee festival! I wish I was in London this month! Thanks for sharing such an interesting post! Pinned it!

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  8. The Coffee festival sounds amazing! I have just returned from London actually and I can definitely recommend finding a high terrace to have a drink on. It's perfect for the spring weather, you can enjoy the sunset also from up high.

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  9. I live in London but had no idea that any of these things existed! Guess that goes to show how big and vibrant a city it is. Will let my friends know about the Coffee Festival :)

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  10. Wow! This is such an interesting guide! Definitely going ti check this out for my next trip there!the coffee fest sounds fun! since i am a coffee addict!lol!

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  11. Wow - London looks so interesting! I would love to visit!

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  12. Love the urban food festival although I didn't know there was a coffee festival. Thanks for sharing.

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  13. Sign me up for the cocktail cruise! I'd love that!

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  14. It all looks amazing! I live in America and I'm always trying to convince my husband how we should pack our things and move out there! lol

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  15. We need to go to Dinnerama when we have the money and are not super broke lol. You know I love to eat and the Circus Fest sounds fascinating although quite morbid as you said.

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  16. I would try and go to everything! I wish my little state did as many things.

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