Two fun things to have a gander at this weekend if you’re ignoring the rain and embracing Spring!
Covent Garden May Fayre
Punch and Judy, clowning and dancing happening at this festival. It starts at 11:30am and is at St. Paul’s Church on Bedford Street in Covent Garden on Sunday.
Nearest Tube: Covent Garden
Morris Men Day of Dance
Celebrate tradition and head down to Trafalgar Square on Saturday – 200 Morris Dancers are coming together at to show off their merrimient from 10am. There’ll be groups around the area, including Westminster Abbey and Chinatown, but everyone’s meeting up again at 5pm in Trafalgar for a mass dance off.
A sight to be seen, I’m sure!
Nearest Tube: Charing Cross
We’ve all seen Fairtrade bananas, coffee…even soft drinks.
Now there’s a festival to promote all of the Fairtrade good available – and it includes music, films, football-themed goods – and of course food!
Over the weekend you’ll get the chance to try your hand at chocolate tasting, wine tasting as well as watch film screenings, all for free.
It’s all happening at Potter’s Field, on the South Bank next to Tower Bridge, and finishes on Sunday.
Nearest Tube: Tower Hill/London Bridge
The Real Food Festival is running over the weekend, giving you the opportunity to check out lots of local produce, recipes, food demonstrations and the like.
The festival focuses on smaller producers and there’s the chance to get involved in cooking workshops too.
It’s on 11am-6pm tomorrow, and 11-5pm on Sunday.
Tickets are £15 and it’s on at Earl’s Court
Nearest Tube: Earl’s Court