Things to do in London this month

Forget it, brother, you can go it alone – but social distancing doesn’t have to be lonely.

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Londoners are known for being a tough, resilient lot. When times are challenging, we come together to rise above adversity.

Unfortunately, due to the coronavirus outbreak, we’ll need to keep apart.

With much of the UK now in self-isolation, things in the capital have been dialled down several notches. So this city usually bursting at the seams with music, theatre, sports, culture and everything in between is going to be a whole lot quieter. To get more details about how Covid-19 is affecting future events head HERE.

As we get used to this new way of life, our monthly guide of things to do in London will also adapt to give you tips on coping with all the extra time spent at home.

If you’re getting the self-isolation blues, check out some of the articles below to beat them. We’ll be updating them regularly with even more ideas and activities.

In the meantime, remember that we’re all in this together. Take care of yourselves and others by staying safe and healthy – and, of course, by washing your hands.

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