5 things to do in and around Canary Wharf this week: February 24 to March 2
1 Boxpark doughnuts
Dum Dum Donutterie is the newest food establishment at Shoreditch's Boxpark so that's as good a reason as any to eat some doughnuts.
The donutters at the store prepare a wide range of varieties of the sugary treats. It opens Tuesday and between 8am and 9am there will be FREE samples. Go to dumdums.co.uk
2 Swing, jump and roll at Parkour Generations
For both youngsters and adults, what better way to keep fit than tackling a range of obstacles and jumps.
The UK centre at the Chainsaw Academy in Trinity Buoy Wharf opened this week and it's a playground for big kids.
As well as swinging on bars, there's rope climbing, tyre flipping and weight lifting.
3 Carnvial cocktails at Las Iguanas
You might not be basking in the heat of the Rio sunshine, but a taste of the Latin American carnival has made its way to North Greenwich.
Indulge in Las Iguanas' Carnival Kitsch concoction, a limited edition tipple to mark the entirety of the festivities, served up during the restaurant's happy hours until March 4.
Combining a heady mix of mango, Malibu, orange and Blue Curacao, it is topped off with fresh raspberries and plentiful ice for £6 each.
Go to iguanas.co.uk.
4 Runners course in Greenwich Park
Organised by Greenwich Runners, part of Greenwich Pilates and Fitness, a new seven-week course in the leafy Greenwich Park will begin on Saturday.
During the final class, members can test their efforts in a timed 5k run.
The new programme runs until April 12, costing £42. No experience necessary.
5 Gin tasting at Boisdale
Tuesday night sees mixologist Hannah Lanfear head to Canary Wharf's Boisdale.
Visitors will be welcomed with a gin-based cocktail before sampling different expressions of gins.