#EasterWeekend; 10th-13th April

Though you may be dreading being in self-isolation during the upcoming 4-day easter weekend away from friends and family, we’ve rounded up some activities for you to do in between your usual routine …

Support small businesses and read a new book recommended and delivered by London independent bookstores

“These brilliant London bookshops are here to offer recommendations, provide reading inspiration on social media and bike books right to your door” – Condé Nast Traveller

Learn to cook with a virtual trip to Borough Market

“London’s oldest food market is streaming live into people’s kitchens with a series of online cooking classes […] on the official Borough Market Instagram page, cooks and food writers are going live to show viewers how to make everything from sourdough pizza to fresh salads” – Condé Nast Traveller

Join jewellery designer Annoushka Ducas’ reading club

“For the next three months, jewellery designer Annoushka Ducas will be leading us on a literary journey, starting with Girl, Woman, Other […] the #annoushkabookclub will select a Penguin Books novel and invite Annoushka’s digital community to join in” – The Jewellery Cut

Let your creativity run wild with McQueen Creators

“Each week we will be asking you to be part of our creative community, working together from home on a series of projects; sometimes with some additional inspiration from the McQueen team and collaborators in the form of digital tutorials” – Alexander McQueen

Join House of VOGA for a workout

“The House of VOGA – a movement fusing yoga with the power of Voguing – has launched a schedule of Instagram live workouts that anyone can join” – House of VOGA

Become a jewellery designer with Carrie Elizabeth

“UK demi-fine and precious stone jeweller Carrie Elizabeth has reached out to her Instagram followers to ask them to design her next piece” – Carrie Elizabeth Instagram

Take a virtual tour of the Andy Warhol exhibition at the Tate Modern

“From silver wigs to immigration forms, let the curators of the Tate’s Warhol exhibition take you up close and personal with the mythical artist” – The Guardian

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