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Chanel handbags worth thousands of pounds each are stolen during a ram- raid at the luxury brand's west London store.
Brentford win promotion to the Championship after beating Preston North End 1-0 thanks to Alan Judge's first-half penalty.
That's all from the BBC London Local Live page today. Join me tomorrow from 08:00 for more bank holiday news, travel, weather and sport updates. Goodnight!
See pictures from the Passion play performed earlier.
Sarah Henshaw, a former entertainment journalist, tells BBC Magazine how she quit her London job to to buy a narrow boat and run a book shop in it.
It will stay dry and mostly clear through the evening and overnight and become chilly again. Winds will remain light. Minimum temperature: 5C (41F). Sunset is at 20:02.
The Chanel shop ram-raided in Brompton Road, Chelsea, has been boarded up after thieves escaped with a number of handbags early this morning.
Three men drove away in a silver car having used another vehicle to break the window, police said.
London Fire Brigade says it has dealt with a house fire on Park Hall Road in East Finchley. The roof was badly damaged. Three people left the property all uninjured.
It is the day when Christians commemorate Jesus Christ's crucifixion. So why is it called Good Friday? BBC Magazine Monitor has the answer here.
Brentford have sealed promotion to the Championship. They'll be back in the second tier for the first time since 1993.
Here's their reaction in the changing room to the news Wolves had won:
Brentford have beaten Preston North End 1-0. If Wolves win, the Bees will be promoted into the Championship. There's five minutes of stoppage time and Wolves are leading Rotherham 5-4.
Dean Stokes, 50, a gardener of Balmoral Road, Leyton, is to appear at Thames Magistrates' Court tomorrow charged with possession of a pump action rifle and possession of ammunition without a certificate, police said.
Robin Muir spoke to Robert Elms earlier about the exhibit of John Deakin's Soho pictures. Here's one entitled Girl in Cafe taken in the late 1950s.
TfL Traffic News tweets: A41 Hendon Way is slow moving N/B due to a burst water main at The Vale, towards Brent Cross. Down to 1 lane. Queues from Cricklewood Lane.
A survey by the Royal Horticultural Society has found gardeners in London are the most likely to get rid of snails by throwing them into their neighbours' gardens. Scottish gardeners were least likely to.
Still to come before 17:00, Killian Donnelly, who plays the part of Deco in the musical version of The Commitments in the West End.
On Saturday there will be a minute's applause in memory of Dylan Tombides who has died of cancer aged 20.
A statement from West Ham said: "Dylan's amazing resilience and positivity saw him through months of surgery and chemotherapy, while his outstanding talent saw him make his first-team debut in a League Cup tie with Wigan Athletic at the Boleyn Ground in September 2012."
Met Police officers are outside Central London Mosque next to Regent's Park. A spokesman said there are "small numbers" demonstrating.
A spokesman for the mosque said radical Islamist preacher Anjem Choudary and a group of his followers were barred from prayer and then clashed with a right wing group outside.
Reporter Tarah Welsh captures the Wintershall Players' recreation of Christ's crucifixion in Trafalgar Square:
The performance is repeated at 15:15.
Ian Prowse and Eimear McGeown perform on Robert Elms' show:
West Ham United have announced that forward Dylan Tombides has died at the age of 20.
"Dylan passed away on Friday morning with his family by his side having courageously fought the disease for three years after initially being diagnosed with testicular cancer in summer 2011," says a statement on the club's website.
A smash-and-grab raid took place at the Chanel shop in Brompton Road, Chelsea, shortly before 02:40, police say.
A stolen Audi was reversed into the shop window and a number of handbags were stolen.
Crystal Palace manager Tony Pulis is willing to meet the Premier League over claims his club were given Cardiff's team-sheet before they beat their rivals in early April.
He said: "I log every session that I do and I'll be taking those sessions up to the Premier League to show that I picked my team on the Monday before. That team was worked with for a week and there were no changes whatsoever."
Professor Louise Arsenault of King's College London discusses research which has found being bullied as a child can have consequences into people's fifties.
Arsenal star Aaron Ramsey joins Chelsea player Eden Hazard, Liverpool's Daniel Sturridge and Raheem Sterling, Everton's Ross Barkley and Southampton's Luke Shaw in the PFA young player of the year nominations.
Chelsea midfielder Eden Hazard has been nominated for the Professional Footballers' Association's player of the year title.
He will need to beat Liverpool trio Steven Gerrard, Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge, Man City's Yaya Toure and Southampton's Adam Lallana if he is to pick up the award.
Communities Secretary Eric Pickles is threatening to stop councils printing their own newspapers and giving them away free.
One is Newham Borough Council. Its elected mayor Sir Robin Wales told the Today programme: "We've got the most diverse community in the world. We have a turn-round of 40% in four years - huge churn - and we have to get our messages out."
London24 reports that a teenager who was stabbed in the chest in Finsbury Park is trying to find the two men he says saved him. He said: "I would like to meet and thank them in person. I'm sure that I would not be here today if it wasn't for their help."
BBC London Travel tweets: #Westminster Good Friday parade leaving Storey's Gate at 12:15 for Westminster Cathedral via Broad Sanctuary and Victoria St ps #roads
Channel Tunnel rail services have returned to normal following disruption, Eurostar says.
Annabel Troost is among those who have tweeted complaints: She wrote: @Eurostar I had to cancel my journey from London to Amsterdam last evening. Not great at all. Full refund and reaction appreciated.
The firm told her it was sorry she had to cancel her trip and urged her to contact them.
The Devizes to Westminster International Canoe Race has been delayed because of a "police incident".
Wiltshire Police say it's an ongoing incident and don't know when the 125-mile marathon will be able to start. They have said they're considering starting it from another location but it won't be cancelled.
"I think you could interview Jesus."
Producer Jeremy Rawlins briefs reporter Tarah Welsh who is now heading to Trafalgar Square to report on the re-enactment of the Passion of Jesus by the Wintershall Players.
Engineering works will affect trains in and around London across the Easter weekend with no trains at Charing Cross and a very limited service from London Bridge.
At Paddington, some lines will be closed which means changes on trains to Heathrow and the west of England, and on the East Coast main line some lines will be closed between Finsbury Park and Kings Cross meaning there is a very limited service.
Services affected: Southeastern; First Capital Connect, Southern and Thameslink; First Great Western, Heathrow Connect and Heathrow Express; East Coast, First Hill trains and Grand Central trains.
The Passion of Jesus is to be performed in Trafalgar Square by Wintershall Players at 12:00 and 15:15 today, recreating Christ's crucifixion and resurrection with a huge cast in historic dress.
Cardinal Vincent Nichols will give the closing prayers at 13:15.
Watch Elizabeth Rizzini's Easter weather report here.
Every weekend could be four days long with today's technology, writes David Spencer, Professor of Economics and Political Economy at the University of Leeds in The Conversation.
Coming up from 09:00: The effects of childhood bullying in adult life - Elizabeth Kesses, author of The Ugly Girl Trilogy and Bea Appleby editor of Girl Talk magazine discuss the issue. And how would you feel about your child singing the national anthem every day at school?
It will be dry with long sunny spells, feeling quite pleasant by the afternoon with only light winds.
Maximum temperature: 14C (57F).
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