Do you want to have a fun day or evening out this weekend (Friday April 22 to Sunday April 24) but have no idea where to go?
With our What's On round-ups, we're bringing you details of what's going on, when, and how much it will cost, over the coming days so you and your children are never bored.
Pick your favourite event and have a great day out, locally!
See a fascinating exhibition all about Scandinavia!
"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!
What: Scandinavia: A Celebration of the Nordic Province
Where: The Library at Willesden Green, 95 High Road, Willesden, NW10 2SF
When: Saturday April 23 to Tuesday May 31
Cost: Free to enter
Call: 020 8937 3400
See multi-platinum artist Dierks Bentley in Hammersmith!
Multi-platinum artist Dierks Bentley is coming to Hammersmith as part of his UK tour this year, along with rising singer/songwriter Tucker Beathard.
Bentley said: "The volume and size of the crowd last year really blew my band and I away and we've been talking about coming back ever since we walked offstage. We can't wait for this tour!"
What: Dierks Bentley at Eventim Apollo
Where: Eventim Apollo, 45 Queen Caroline Street, Hammersmith, W6 9QH
When: Friday April 22, 7pm
Cost: Tickets cost from £40.75
Call: 020 8563 3800
Dive into the Great Barrier Reef at The Natural History Museum
The iconic Sir David Attenborough will take you on a virtual reality journey through the Great Barrier Reef in this new exhibition at The Natural History Museum.
What: David Attenborough's Great Barrier Reef Dive at The Natural History Museum
Where: The Natural History Museum, Cromwell Road, South Kensington, SW7 5BD
When: Exhibition runs until Tuesday May 31
Cost: £6.50 for adults, £4.50 for members and Patrons
Call: 020 7942 5511
Enjoy a hilarious Shakespeare comedy on your doorstep
See everyone's favourite Shakespeare comedy, Twelfth Night, performed at The Questor's Theatre in Ealing.
From mistaken identity, to comedy, to failed romance, there's something in this famous play for everybody... Grab your tickets now!
What: Twelfth Night at The Questor's Theatre
Where: The Questor's Theatre, 12 Mattock Lane, Ealing, W5 5BQ
When: Friday April 22 to Saturday April 30
Cost: £14 for adults, £12 for concessions, £7 for under-16s
Call: 020 8567 0011
See a performance of a Bollywood Star for a good cause!
Ketan Kansara is performing a musical tribute to the dancing Bollywood superstar Rishi Kapoor. The evening will include his best dance tracks as well as beautiful romantic numbers from his hit movies.
The event is in aid of NSPCC, so come down and show your support for this excellent cause.
What: Let's Replay Rishi Kapoor at Harrow Arts Centre
When: Saturday April 23, 7.30pm
Cost: Tickets cost from £15 to £25
Call: 020 8416 8989
Go to a relaxing music concert for FREE!
River of Music's concert series is coming back with its new recital “Viennese Souvenir”. String players Robert and Michiko Gibbs, Rachael Arning and Simon Trentham join forces with local clarinettist Robert Hamer to perform Mozart's Clarinet Quintet and Clarinet Concerto.
The concert will also include Haydn's String Quartet Op. 74.
What: Free River of Music Concert at All Saint's Church, Isleworth
Where: All Saint's Church, 63 Church Street, Isleworth, TW7 6BE
When: Saturday April 23, 7.30pm
Call: 020 8560 5647
Get on your bike for a great cause!
Join Michael Sobell Hospice for a challenging 33-mile route which will take cyclists through Amersham, Bovingdon and Hemel Hempstead in aid of a great cause.
Why not challege yourself and help raise money for your local hospice service?
What: On Your Bike in aid of Michael Sobell Hospice
Where: Michael Sobell Hospice, Mount Vernon Hospital, Gate Three, Northwood, HA6 2RN
When: Sunday April 24, from 7.30am
Cost: Entry in advance is £20 for adults, £10 for children. Entry on the day is £30
Call: 020 3826 2367
Spectate at one of London's biggest annual events, the marathon!
The London Marathon is one of London's biggest annual events, with an estimated 38,000 people taking part to pound the pavements!
Don't miss out on a chance to come down and spectate, and even cheer on a runner if you know someone taking part!
What: The London Marathon 2016!
Where: The Marathon route first goes through east London - including Greenwich and Woolwich, doubles back on itself, then winds through central London, and finishes in Westminster, near Buckingham Palace.
When: Sunday April 24, from 8.30am
Visit: The London Marathon website.
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