[Leadenhall Market will be taken over by Morris Men for St George’s Day. Pic: Lee Nichols]
Rise out of your Easter sugar slump and beat the malaise with some stupendous mid-week action!
Get down to some Madonna-style yoga at Voga, Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club.
Ping over to the Rich Mix Pongathon, Brick Lane.
Learn about London’s ones and twos one toilet at a time, on the London Loo Tour, Waterloo.
An ode to Django Reinhardt: Enjoy Belgian fare and swing music at Pop Up Hot, Le QuecumBar, Clapham Junction.
Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day? Fine by me… Enjoy A Complete Reading of Shakespeare’s Sonnets at the Guildhall Library, St Paul’s.
Hamlet the First Scandi-Drama: See comedian Athur Smith compare the Prince of Denmark to DI Sarah Lund from ‘The Killing’, Southwark Cathedral.
Rack your brains at The Invisible Dot Comedy Quiz, King’s Cross.
Morris men, Britpop and pub grub? It’s only St George’s Day at The Lamb Tavern, Leadenhall Market.
Or hear Catlin Moran, James Rhodes, Matt Berry and others read fascinating correspondence at Letters Live, the Southbank Centre.
London Children’s Ballet: ‘Nanny McPhee‘ opens at the Peacock Theatre, Holborn.
Visit Hunt and Darton, the café-cum-pineapple-art-funhouse at the London Canal Museum, King’s Cross.
Enter the zombie apocalypse in deadly role-play game 2.8 Hours Later.
Injustice, love and betrayal: Burnt Shadows author Kamila Shamsie discusses her new novel ‘A God in Every Stone’ at the Bloomsbury Book Club.
Or join Stoke Newington Users Group (yes that spells ‘Snug’) at a Creative Knitting Drop-in at Hackney Museum.
Stop by a super art exhibition: Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs at Tate Modern; The London Original Print Fair at the Royal Academy of Arts, Piccadilly (starts Thurs), or Pick Me Up at Somerset House, the Strand (starts Thurs).
And find more smoking events happening this week on the Time Out Hot List.