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Monday: Enjoy live music courtesy of the Station Sessions at St Pancras between 5.30-6.30pm (free).
Tuesday: Anything can happen at a night of comedy improvisation so get to the Africa Centre, Covent Garden for the Top Secret Comedy Club and their off the cuff chuckles which start at 8.15pm (free).
Wednesday: On the International Day of Reflection on the 1994 Genocide in Rwanda, the Wiener Library in Russell Square screens documentary ‘Coexist’ from 6.30pm (free) — go early and look at the free exhibition, ‘Operation Anthropoid: Britain, Heydrich and the Holocaust’.
Thursday: Play Indie Bingo at Tooting Tram and Social from 7pm, first game 8pm (free entry, £1 a bingo card).
Tickets for the Pinsent Masons’ London Handball Cup 2012 are very reasonable, and offer the chance to see Team GB in action against Tunisia, Argentina and S.Korea, Thursday-Sunday (£6, concs. free!)
Good Friday: Witness the Passion of Christ in Trafalgar Square at noon and 3pm (free).
Watch the Greek Orthodox Church Good Friday procession in Wood Green, N22 (free).
Saturday: Visit the newly reopened roof garden at Queen Elizabeth Hall on the Southbank (free entry).
Watch out for the London Sack Race bouncing a phallus around London in aid of Prostate Cancer Charity’s Everyman campaign.
It’s the Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race on the Thames from 2.15pm.
Easter Sunday: Have an African Easter at Rich Mix, Bethnal Green with a market and loads of entertainment from 10.30am till late (free).
Photo by Andy Blackwell Photography via the Londonist Flickrpool.
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