[London daffodils. Pic: Antonio Duran]
Easter’s on its way, so check out our choc-ful checklist of things to do in London this week…
From New York to Los Angeles: Henry Diltz and Chuck Pulin showcase documentary photography at the National Theatre, South Bank.
The Easter Bunny’s been: Spot a chocolate egg in a shop window on Coin Street, South Bank and it’s yours!
Small and Furry: Teach the kids how to look after their own rabbits (and other pets), Pets At Home, Camden.
Hit the bar and get close to the beasties at the after-hours Night Safari at the Natural History Museum.
I scream, you scream, we all scream for… a free Ben and Jerry’s ice cream cone!
Enter a topsy-turvy Wonderland world at All About Alice, British Library.
Get Lycra lovin’ at Cycle Speed Dating, Look Mum No Hands!, Old Street.
Art on the Underground: Pick up a signed print in Piccadilly Circus tube station.
Paddles at the ready! It’s Pongathon at Prince of Wales, Brixton.
Discover the history of herbal medicine at Lotions & Potions, Chelsea Physic Garden.
We give you the key! Unlocking James Lovelock: Scientist, Inventor, Maverick, the Science Museum.
Hello Hansel! Hey there Gretel! Stuff your guts with edible art at the Tate & Lyle Cake Installation, the Truman Brewery.
Get into Grecian gastronomy at Roman Food Fun, Crofton Roman Villa, Orpington.
Longitude Punk’d: Steampunk art at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich.
Mmmm, more sweet treats: Cake International at the ExCel Centre, Royal Victoria Dock.
Three courses, book signing and cine-flicks at Donnie Hay: Film and Food, the Charlotte Street Hotel.
A ghoulish collection of morality, mourning, death and dying: Death Salon at Barts Pathology Museum, Smithfield.
Modern Magic Lantern Show: 30 years of Spitalfields Life, the Bishopsgate Insitute.
Travel with the story circus at Storystock, the Saatchi Gallery (Tues /Wed).
See the latest art exhibitions: Pangaea: New Art from Africa and Latin American, Saatchi Gallery; Phil Maxwell: Brick Lane, Rich Mix, Bethnal Green; Thierry Noir: A Retrospective Exhibition, Howard Griffin Gallery, Brick Lane.
See the best new dance: Martin Creed: Work No. 1020, the Queen Elizabeth Hall, South Bank; Les Ballets C de la B: Alain Platel’s tauberbach, at Sadler’s Wells, Angel; and Royal Ballet: The Winter’s Tale, at The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden.