So roll on Thursday's close of play, and welcome in Easter or Christmas-Lite. The weekend when everyone is cooped up at home eating Green & Black's chocolate eggs. But what if you indignantly ignored this week's fear campaign: twinning London with Chernobyl? Join me in inhaling the Big Smoke and rolling on as usual with City Slicker's 29th edition of "Week's Action, Weekend Reaction."
1) Did this week's PeteMoss video make you nostalgic for the old Primrose Hill set's truly rock n'roll ways? React by heading to the Lost & Found Egg Roll where teams (chicken and egg) come dressed accordingly to answer that age old question of who really did come first. 2pm Friday April 6. Primrose Hill, NW1. Free.
2) Half inclined to check out the 153rd Oxford Cambridge Boat Race but can't face the Putney packrats? React by heading out of town for some sporting action at Kimble's point-to-point racing. Horse racing minus the mwah-mwah brigade. Little Kimble, Buckinghamshire, HP17, 1 hour from London. Saturday April 7. First race 1:30pm. Cars £20, pedestrians £3.
3) Feeling sympathetic to the graffiti that adorns the H&M Madonna range posters on Old Street? React by celebrating the opening of London's first Primark superstore. Show them you like cheap, but not from the Material Girl. From 10 a.m. today; then Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m.-9 p.m.; Sun., noon-6 p.m, 499-517 Oxford St.
Happy Easter! Back on Tuesday.