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Easter In Seven Dials

Easter in Seven Dials
Easter in Seven Dials

Celebrate in the sun this Easter

Spring has sprung in the Dial, and where better to get your culture, food and shopping fix this Easter?

This season, we’re spotlighting everything from the extension of Matilda’s performances at the Cambridge Theatre to the four-day extravaganza taking place at Seven Dials Market.

From award-winning theatre performances to knockout eats, scroll down to check out the best things to do in the Dial over the Easter holidays and Easter weekend.

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Break Lent at Apple Butter Café

This delicious East-meets-West café is known for its rotating pancake menu. Each week Head Chef Abbie Mallinson brings a new combination of flavours to the traditional plate of fluffy pancakes. Past combinations have included; banana and peanut butter, white chocolate and strawberry, and red velvet with nutella and chantilly. We can’t wait to see what they unveil for Easter.

Pop down to Apple Butter on Monmouth St and try them for yourself.

Immerse in Easter at Seven Dials Market

Seven Dials Market is going big this Easter with a four-day celebration. Think immersive decorations, photo opps, an Easter Bunny, DJ’s, face painting, Easter egg hunts, themed cocktails and more.

Whilst there, check out one of their 12 food vendors – we love the BBQ flavours of From The Ashes and the crunchy Latino fried chicken at El Pollote.

Shop Your Spring Wardrobe

The warmer weather is here and it’s time to treat yourself to a new Spring staple. Whether checking out Ace & Tate’s latest eyewear additions, scoping out Farah’s Spring collection, popping by Finisterre for some warm weather adventure gear or stocking up on vintage ‘fits at COW, Seven Dials has everything you need to celebrate the return of Spring.

Shop Springtime Skincare on Monmouth Street

As the seasons change, so does our skin! Pop down to Monmouth Street for all your seasonal body and skincare needs. From Fresh and Kiehl’s to Caudalie, Aesop and Le Labo, our instore experts will help you find everything you need for a happy and healthy face and body as we head into summer months.

Drink and Dine at St Martin’s House

Looking for some romantic quiet time or a fun night out? Seven Dials has just welcomed St Martin’s House, a British restaurant concept offering a unique menu consisting of locally sourced ingredients and produce. The theme honours the infamous flower gardens of Covent Garden back in the day. Expect Instagrammable walls covered with flowers alongside dishes and drinks decorated with edible flowers.

Spread across three floors, the ground floor bar is a great place to grab a cocktail, whilst the basement and first floors are the place to enjoy a delicious dinner.

You can find their new spot on Upper St Martin’s Lane, just around the corner from Leicester Square station.

Al Fresco Pizza at Homeslice

Hidden away in our beautiful pocket of sunshine, Neal’s Yard, is the home of pizza gurus Homeslice.

Tuck into a slice of classic salami in the sunshine or go for a full 20-inch Half and Half and choose from their sensational array of toppings. Our favourites are the Neal’s Yard Dairy four cheese and the spiced lamb with savoy cabbage.

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Matilda at the Cambridge Theatre

A timeless classic – catch Matilda at the Cambridge Theatre over the Bank Holiday Weekend. The award winning show has just extended its performances until 2023, meaning if you can’t make it over Easter, you’ve got plenty of time to catch it later on.

For more information and to book tickets, visit here.

Catch Taron Egerton at Ambassadors Theatre

Looking for a night away from the kids or a light-hearted comedy with friends? Kingsman actor Taron Egerton is currently starring in ‘Cock’ at Ambassadors Theatre. On until 9th June, this wickedly funny play is about love and identity, redefining the battle of sexes as we know it.

For more information and to book your tickets, visit here.

Staycate at the Radisson Blu Edwardian

Looking for somewhere to stay over Easter Weekend? The Radisson Blu Edwardian Mercer St is conveniently located in the heart of Seven Dials, overlooking the Cambridge Theatre. Oxford Street, Covent Garden and Soho are all within walking distance.

To book your stay, visit here.

 

 

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