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weekend sees the London Chocolate Festival return to the South Bank with sugary treats being served up on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th March and if there’s one thing that could drag us out into the blizzards, it’s chocolate!

Southbank Centre Square, just behind Royal Festival Hall, is home to the event that promises to serve up all types of chocolate imaginable from all over the world. So whether you prefer brownies, churros, chocolate cake, Mexican chilli chocolate or something a little more traditional, there is something for everyone here.

This event should get you in the mood for Easter with all manner of eggs and seasonal treats. There will also be demonstrations at the Chocolate Festival Cookery Theatre with tasting sessions with experts and hands-on workshops. Try the chilli hot chocolate with rum it’s the only way forward in these conditions…

Sat 23rd Mar & Sun 24th Mar, 11am – 6pm