London in spring is simply wonderful and April is the time to just get out and enjoy as the city offers a lot from secret pop-ups to food of all sorts. Whether you wish to enjoy in night clubs or witness different events, London has it all. All that you need to do is to plan ahead. Some of the best events in April are mentioned below.
London Coffee Festival: It is UK’s largest coffee and artisan food event that celebrates the vibrant coffee culture of London that features gourmet coffee, artisan food, speciality tea, and live music. The festival at Truman Brewery, taking place on April 12 – 15, also features demonstrations from world-class baristas and a comprehensive lab seminar programme for keen coffee enthusiasts. For visitors to London, it is best to stay at a hotel in Kensington as they can stay in a posh area and close to the venue near Old Truman Brewery.
St George’s Day: Taking place on 23 April at Trafalgar Square, it is a celebration of Saint George who was the patron saint of England. This tradition was established in the Tudor period with the intention of marking the times of the Crusades and the Hundred Year’s War.
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Moomin Adventures: These portly Moomin trolls will be taking part in Moomin adventures at Kew Gardens from April 1-17, where they will be hiding among the spring daffodils, crocuses and magnolias at the garden.
Visitors to London can find plenty of Camden food places while sightseeing in the city to quench their hunger and thirst.
London Marathon: Taking place on 22 April at London ExCel, this running event will showcase its runners, champions, volunteers, supporters and spectators through the new Spirit of London campaign FIND OUT MORE.
Alice’s Adventures Underground: Taking place from 15th April to 10th September, this is an immersive theatre experience at The Vaults under Waterloo Station. Guests will then be led on a journey through some of 33 different rooms each with a story to tell. It is a fusion of puppetry, music, storytelling and modern circus-theatre.
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The Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race: This annual event is a side-by-side rowing race between crews from the universities of Oxford and Cambridge along a 4.2-mile tidal stretch of the River Thames. It will take place on 24 March 2018.
Wildlife of the Year: The Natural History Museum London will be exhibiting this 12-page calendar that features images from Wildlife Photographer of the Year, Portfolio 27 and incredible photos of animals from around the world.
Canalway Cavalcade: This distinctive waterway festival has been taking place at Little Venice since 1983 in which an array of boats, trade show stalls and boaters gather. From 29th April to 1st May, it will feature Morris dancing, competitions, food, family-friendly activities and a real ale bar.
Chilterns Food and Drink Festival Photographer: Famous for holding plenty of food events, Chilterns will host this festival on 25th March – 2nd April. You can find both Amersham and Chesham on the tube line and from there you can you can take a vineyard or brewery tour.