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Day arrives on March 30th, and with it the beginning of British Summer Time. Two things well worth celebrating, and the place to do it is the third edition of Sunday Papers Live. With talks, music, and food, it’s a glossy colour supplement come to life – fun for you and your mum that involves no cheap bouquets and might just expand your mind.

Taking place at Cecil Sharp House in Regent’s Park on Sunday March 30th, there’ll be live music from We Were Evergreen and talks on subjects from World News (Newsnight’s Paul Mason) to Culture (beatboxers Reeps One & Shlomo) via pretty much everything in between. For the adventurous there are walks out to Primrose Hill and craft workshops, or you can just sink into a sofa and enjoy a huge roast.

Billing itself as “Four rooms, twelve hours, the ultimate Sunday”, there should be something for everyone to chase away the pre-work week blues. Put on your Sunday best and grab a ticket quick sharp.

Tickets at £33
March 30th 2014, 12pm-11pm
Cecil Sharp House, 2 Regents Park Road, London