Looking for a few things to do in and around Leicester Square this Easter? Here are a few things you can do…

Where is Peter Rabbit?, Theatre Royal Haymarket: if you have little ones why not hop along the Theatre Royal Haymarket to immerse yourself in the world of Beatrix Potter on stage until the 28th April.

Family workshops at the National Portrait Gallery: whether it is dressing up for a family photoshoot, painting your own tiny portrait or making your own necklace, the National Portrait Gallery has a huge variety of family activities happening until the 4th May.

The Crystal Maze: for those looking for a bit more action why not take part in the live experience of the 90’s television programme. Based in the centre of Piccadilly Circus, grab your friends to make a team where you can run around madly, shout yourself hoarse, complete all sorts of tricky challenges and finish up in some lovely satin bomber jackets. The experience is open to those aged 13 and above and who are 1.2 metres or taller.

Body Worlds Junior Doctor: for anyone whose children are thinking about becoming doctors when they are older or simply curious about how the body works, children can tour the Body Worlds exhibition with a and even graduate with an official Junior Doctor certificate! 

Pay a visit to the Comedy Store: for those in search of a laugh how about paying a visit to the Comedy Store. Doors open at 6pm and the venue has a Happy Hour that runs until 7pm.

Pay a visit to the Odeon Luxe Leicester Square:If you’re looking for a super special treat to celebrate your Easter holidays, look no further than the Odeon Luxe in Leicester Square! Offering Afternoon Tea in the luxurious Oscar’s Bar from £29.95 for two people, it’s the best place to relax over the Easter holidays. Served daily until 6pm, sample a selection of sandwiches, desserts and tea or coffee – and for the adults, add a touch of fizz to your experience for an extra £10 per person!

Leicester Square Kitchen: enjoy an Easter dining experience at the Leicester Square Kitchen which specialises in contemporary Mexican and Peruvian cuisine. The venue is hosting an Easter Afternoon Tea experience until the 23rd April. Classic and delicious sandwiches are on offer, alongside desserts with their signature flair such as the Sugar-coated doughnuts with Peruvian chocolate sauce – all of which will be served with their limited-edition handcrafted chocolate nest.

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