Design your allocated exercise route around a visit to the brand new and impeccably stylish Cafe Bao Takeaway Goods Counter in King’s Cross, serving very delicious goodies to snaffle en-route home.
4 St Pancras Sq, N1
Pandemic boredom got you twiddling your thumbs? Put those hands to practical use with a NKDWare DIY Coil Pottery Kit, which will keep you busy for an hour or two and leave you with a beautiful little bowl to show off on Zoom. You’re welcome.
If Veganuary is feeling like a drag, procure yourself a copy of Bettina Campolucci Bordi’s book, Happy Food, filled with delicious, speedy recipes that make being plant-based a doddle.
£20. Hardie Grant
Hold on to your pillows, people — the second series of Apple TV’s Servant is going to rock your world. Detailing the relationship between a delusional nanny and an eerie little baby, this M Night Shyamalan show is one for thriller addicts everywhere.
Help the capital’s brilliant theatre industry with a subscription to the National’s NT At Home streaming service, which grants you access to all the theatre’s greatest hits, such as Medea featuring Michaela Coel and Phèdre starring Dame Helen Mirren. £8.32 per month
Banana bread is so Lockdown 1.0. Polish up your pud skills with an eight-week Puff school of pastry course by former St John and Dominique Ansel NY pastry chefs, Ravneet Gill and Nicola Lamb. Delicious.
Gloves off! Tune in to One Night In Miami, a fictional account of a meeting between Malcolm X, Muhammad Ali, Jim Brown and Sam Cooke after champion boxer Ali’s 1964 win, discussing their roles in the civil rights movement. Available on Netflix