The Guardian newspaper has announced an open weekend for 24 and 25 March, where you can visit their offices and Kings Place to take part in events that are mindboggling in the quantity, variety and quality of guests.
Let's check off the big names first: Charlie Brooker, Matthew Fort, DBC Pierre, Steve McQueen (director, not Great Escape artist), Robert Harris, Mike Figgis, Ian McEwan, Jeanette Winterson, Zac Goldsmith, Jon Snow, Duwayne Brooks, Jon Ronson and Rachel Cusk. Then there's the Guardian writers: Grace Dent, Marina Hyde, Martin Rowson, Simon Hattenstone, Steve Bell, Jonathan Freedland, Alan Rusbridger, Polly Toynbee and Laura Barton doing what might be the most 'Guardian' event ever – an interview with Mumford and Sons. That's just a tiny taster: check out the massive list of speakers yourself.
There's a comedy gig with Colin Hoult, Sara Pascoe and Josh Widdicombe and a pop quiz hosted by John Harris. Anyone desperately trying to work out the identity of the Secret Footballer should head to a video link interview on the Sunday afternoon and if you have an interest in anything at all (politics? Education? Getting a new job? Technology? Crafts? Food?) there will be a panel discussion to attend.
Got kids? Take them to see authors Meg Rosoff, Sue Monroe, Judith Kerr, get writing tips from Lucy Mangan, drawing and storytelling sessions. And two under-16s go free with each paying adult.
The Guardian Open Weekend takes place 24 and 25 March at the Guardian offices and Kings Place, 90 York Way N1 and Hub King's Cross, 34b York Way N1. A Saturday day pass costs £40, Sunday day pass costs £30 and a weekend pass costs £60. For more information see the Guardian website, and they've made a video as a quick introduction to the project.