1. HISTORY (££). The Alternative London Tour. Be introduced to the real history of Brick Lane and Shoreditch
2. YOGA (£££). The Secret Yoga Club, the Royal Academy of Arts – March 30. An evening of calming, cleansing entertainment before a vegan banquet.
3. FASHION (£££). The Vogue Festival 2014 – March 29 and 30. For the devout fashionista – confirmed speakers include Alexa Chung, Manolo Blahnik and Tory Burch.
4. CULTURE & CINEMA (££). Human Rights Film Festival – March 23 to 28. Showing documentaries and short films with aim of spreading ideas and information about oppression, resistance, equality, tolerance and the worldwide struggle for freedom.
5. CULTURE (£). Harry Potter London Tour with Muggle Tour. Explore film locations, inspirations for the books and trivia with the return of spring.
6. MENS FASHION (FREE) The Anatomy of a Suit, Museum of London. Boys – learn what goes into a well tailored suit, from what goes into it and where to find it.
7. MUSIC & NIGHTLIFE (£). I Love the ‘80s vs I Love the ‘90s, Jazz Cafe. Dance to music of the 80s and 90s, but don’t forget to dress the part!
8. LIVE ENTERTAINMENT (£). Trannyshack – March 26. A gender-bending party night in the middle of Soho. Expect drag queens, dancing and fun
9. SHOPPING/VINTAGE (£-££). East End Thrift Store. Good value vintage is hard to find in London. Don’t miss out on these killer deals on London’s coolest.
10. FOOD (££). Jubo. “KFC,” aka Korean Fried Chicken. Feel free to eat with your fingers!