The Early May Bank Holiday weekend is almost here, with a long weekend spanning Saturday April 30 to Monday May 2.

And in order to make the most of the lazy days and warm weather (fingers crossed!) we've rounded up the best events and ideas of things to do over the long weekend, so that you're never bored.

Why not make plans to do one fun thing every day during the time off?

Go to a concert on a roof

Why not go to a music concert outdoors this bank holiday?

On Friday April 29, Kensington Roof Gardens is holding a live rock 'n' roll blues night out in their gorgeous gardens, with music from Half Crown, Callum Gardner, Ina Reni and George Pelham.

Tickets are available from £15.

Kensington Roof Gardens, 99 Kensington High Street, Kensington, W8 5SA - 020 7937 7994

Hire a Boris Bike

Why not hire one of London's legendary Boris Bikes this bank holiday and cycle around your local area, taking in the sights?

The bikes cost £2 for 24-hour bike access, and the first 30 minutes of each journey is free. Longer journeys cost £2 for each extra 30 minutes (For under a tenner you can have the bike for two and a half hours)

Visit the farm

Take the children for a visit to Hounslow Urban Farm for the day and enjoy the animals in the sunshine. Take a walk around the paddocks and feed the farm animals.

Or if that's not a convenient location for you, we have a long list of petting zoos and farms near west London for you to visit.

Hounslow Urban Farm, Fagg's Road, Feltham, TW14 0LZ - 020 8831 9658

Meet animals at Hounslow Urban Farm

Visit a museum

There are plenty of amazing museums in west London, including the world-famous Natural History Museum and Science Museum, both in South Kensington.

The Natural History Museum currently holds a "spectacular butterflies" special exhibition, so get there soon and have a brilliant day learning about fascinating insects, all under cover of the beautiful building.

The Natural History Museum, Cromwell Road, South Kensington, SW7 5BD - 020 7942 5000

Enjoy a fun charity music event

Local band The Fantoms have got back together, and will be performing at a fun charity event at The Battle of Britain Club in Uxbridge this bank holiday (Sunday April 30). There will also be a performance from The Orioles and disco entertainment, so get ready to boogie for a great cause.

All proceeds will be donated to the RAFA Charity, Battle of Britain Restoration Fund. Entry is £8

The Battle of Britain Club, Hillingdon Road, Uxbridge, UB10 0RY - 01895 273 139

Enjoy the Rocky Horror Picture Show live!

Following over 40 years of worldwide productions, The Rocky Horror Picture Show is coming to Richmond, with a star-studded cast.

Starring Diana Vickers as Janet, Ben Freeman as Brad, Paul Cattermole as Eddie/Dr Scott and Kristian Lavercombe as Riff Raff, this is not an adaptation to miss out on!

The play runs from Monday May 2 to Saturday May 7. Tickets cost from £16.90.

Richmond Theatre, Little Green, Richmond, TW9 1QJ - 0844 871 7651

See a musical

Watch a charming musical by legendary composer Stephen Sondheim as A Little Night Music comes to The Questor's Theatre in Ealing.

This show of tangled romances, featuring the classic song Send in the Clowns, this musical performance is not one to miss.

The play opens on Friday April 29. Tickets cost £16 for adults, £14 for concessions and £9 for under-16s and students.

The Questor's Theatre, 12 Mattock Lane, Ealing, W5 5BQ - 020 8567 0011

Go trampolining

Oxygen Freejumping in Acton is 27,000sq-ft and offers hour-long freejumping sessions with access to dodgeball courts, air bags, 'walk the wall trampolines' and an obstacle course.

Oxygen also offers family bounce sessions, fitness classes, a professional trampolining academy for aspiring gymnasts, parkour classes, and Teen Takeovers which include two hours of strobe-lit bouncing with a live DJ.

With one day of extra free time this week, why not spend it bouncing until you drop?

Oxygen Freejumping, Unit 15, Vision Industrial Park, Kendal Avenue, Acton, W3 0AF - 0203 143 3943

See this exhibition

"Scandinavia: A Celebration of the Nordic Province", curated by Alexandra Baraitser, takes a look at the fascinating group of countries: Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland.

This fantastic multimedia exhibition utilises a full range of mediums including film, solargraphs, digital printmaking, installation and painting. Don't miss out!

The Library at Willesden Green, 95 High Road, Willesden, NW10 2SF - 020 8937 3400

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