There are baskets full of activities happening around the borough for children and young people throughout the Easter break.
There are free arts and crafts activities at the Museum of the Order of St John happening throughout the school holidays, as well as plenty of exciting Easter fun at Islington Museum. 6-12-year-olds can learn to cook up something tasty (and healthy), at Central Street Cookery School for just 50p per session.
If theatre is your thing, Sadler’s Wells is hosting a family extravaganza exploring Leonardo da Vinci’s quest for self-propelled flight. On 11th and 12th April, Platform will host workshops for young people who identify as LGBTQIA.
If the sun is shining, why not head along to one of the cracking playgrounds overseen by Awesome CIC, which are dotted throughout the borough. You could also pop in to see real-life chicks at Freightliners Farm. And Islington Play Association have got some eggscelent family activities going on over the next couple of weeks, in and out of doors.
For the grown-ups, how about trying one (or two) of Frederick’s House Cocktails. Each cocktail purchased will trigger a donation of £1 to Islington Giving.