Free live-streamed concerts and workshops to cheer up those in isoalation

One of England’s longest running horticultural societies has had to cancel its usual spring show but hopes people can still enjoy the seasonal blooms

Missing her grandchildren during lockdown in West Hampstead, Ginny Greenwood MBE is running twice daily sessions under the hashtag ‘a plank a day keeps the virus at bay’.

Former Channing pupil Indigo Bates is locked down in the epicentre of America’s coronovirus outbreak and shot a short film Isolate Island on one of her daily runs

Plays by Mike Bartlett and Howard Brenton are part of an on demand streaming series offering world class entertainment to audiences in isolation

Hampstead Garden Suburb composer and conductor Noah Max asked musicians around the world to contribute to The Echo Chamber’s exclusive weekly YouTube programmes

The Hampstead musem wants to preserve local thoughts and experiences of life under lockdown as a “snapshot of history for future generations”

London Zoo’s pygmy goats are used to being lavished with affection by visitors to the Regent’s Park attraction.

The renowned Islington puppet theatre uploads storytime and puppet-making videos online and asks for donations to stay afloat

Muswell Hill actor Louise Morell appears opposite Jesse Eisenberg as Marcel Marceau’s mother in a film about his wartime heroics

Baking with children or for a neighbour? Frances’ recipe for an Easter afternoon tea treat will cover all occasions as she lists some ideas for store cupboard cooking

Staff at Primrose Hill Books are still available to give recomendations and take orders

The Regent’s Park zoo has launched a public appeal to help feed their 18,000 animals after closing their doors for the first time since World War Two.

Islington’s famous pub theatre has closed its doors but is running interactive lunchtime play clubs, performances and Q&As with staff members

JW3 and Hampstead Theatre have dipped into their archive of events and performances to offer entertainment for those stuck at home

The north Londoner is signing up amateur and professional performers for the Great British Home Chorus to help combat social isolation

Gael Lindenfield’s book How to Feel Good in Difficult Times couldn’t have come at a better moment

Female fronted funk rock soul band Winnie & The Rockettes promise a night of dancing, glitter, sequins and “dirty slap bass”

A total of 80 environmentally friendly businesses are housed in shipping containers including Adrian Martin’s seasonal and foraged food restaurant Wildflower

Inspired by the post impressionists the veteran artist will be painting outside the High Steet gallery on Saturday

Philip Jackson and Harry Lloyd play bantering hit-men in the theatre’s anniversary revival of Harold Pinter’s dark comedy

Punk veteran’s band The Professionals join Stiff Little Fingers on a rocking line-up at the iconic venue

A walk-through monkey enclosure and a community space for schools and local groups are part of plans for the grade II* listed bird enclosure submitted to Westminster Council

The Guilty Feminist, Caroline Criado Perez and Jess Philips were among the attractions at a three day festival of big ideas, activism, comedy and stories

Joanna J Potter’s debut exhibition sees the launch of her collection of equestrian watercolours inspired by the “vibrancy of nature”

Sir Michael Burton explains why he’s acting in John Mortimer’s Naked Justice Upstairs at The Gatehouse in aid of the art therapy charity set up in his late wife’s name

This year’s programme of world class music, lit talks, walks and comedy includes a speech by the Booker Prize winner in memory of Proms patron David Cohen

A dead poets event in Highgate Cemetery is part of a week of walks, talks, music, food and fun in June with a call out for volunteers to make it all happen

The Highgate Watercolour Group is working to highlight the role of local independent stores with their artworks of shop fronts in Crouch End, Highgate and Muswell Hill

The second wave of markers to the area’s illustrious music history will be unveiled with a series of special guests, events and gigs ahead of BBC Radio 6’s Music Festival


Cauldron Foods’ comedy night will give vegans the last laugh as Vegan comics dispel vegan myths.

Help your loved one rediscover their independence in a safe, comfortable environment that can offer them the support they need.

In a blacked-out room, illuminated by vibrant LED lighting, equipped with a top of the range sound system and closed off from the outside world is the ideal setting for you to focus on working out.

Movin London is a circuit based high-intensity interval training studio only a few minutes walk from Camden Town underground station. Co-founder Craig Eleftheriou explains how you can find the best work out routine for you and how the right environment will help you get the best from your training.

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