Women of the World Festival
Southbank Centre, 6th - 8th March 2020
The South Bank Centre is the place the be this March.
2020 marks the tenth anniversary of Women of the World Festival. Across three days there is a line up of world class speakers, activists and performers to explore the state of gender equality across the globe and tackle subjects that matter most to women and girls across the world today.
Toni Morrison: A Celebration
Southbank Centre, 8th March 2020
Featuring performances, readings and tributes from contemporary writers paying homage to life and work of Toni Morrison, 50 years since the publication of her debut novel, The Bluest Eye. Published in 1970, Morrison depicted an 11 year old black girl’s mental disintegration.
Greenwich Peninsula, March 7th 2020
Celebrating its 10th Edition this Spring, Sample brings the best creatives from around the world of food, fashion, homeware, health and beauty together for the ultimate weekend market on Greenwich Peninsula.
London Book and Screen Week
Various location, 9th -15th March 2020
Uniting readers, writers, gamers and film fans, with hundreds of events taking place across the capital that celebrate stories and the written word in all its forms. Check out what’s on throughout the week.
Shoreditch, 8th March 2020
The Allegory in Shoreditch is the only place where you will see a sausage dog disco. That’s right a sausage dog disco. A mix of Motown and disco for the doggy dance floor. Make it a family day with those under 16 getting tickets for £5 - £7 and adults for £10.
Vegan Life Live
Alexandra Palace, 15th - 16th March 2020
Located between Muswell Hill and Wood Green, Alexandra Palace is host to the team behind Vegan Life magazine, the UK’s premier vegan magazine. Pre-book your tickets or get them on the door. A perfect event if you are looking to take home some amazing and new recipe ideas.
St Patrick’s Day Parade
Various Locations, 15th March 2020
With beautiful and elaborate floats, flamboyant pageantry and marching bands from across the UK, the St. Patrick’s Day parade in unmissable. Although not a public holiday in the UK, it’s a spectacular event.
The procession starts at Midday from Piccadilly and takes a route along London’s most iconic landmarks.
Cocktail Time Machine
An immersive experience of 3 cocktails from 3 different eras, where every hour is a celebration of a happy hour somewhere. You will be asked to solve a variety if mysteries whilst enjoying some of the world’s greatest cocktails at their moment of inception.
Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race
29th March 2020
One of the major British sporting events of the year, 2020 will see the 75th Women’s Boat Race and 166th year for the Men’s Boat race. However you choose to watch the race from Putney to Mortlake, it’s a guaranteed fun day out.
Plant Earth II live in Concert
O2 Arena, 29th March 2020
This will be a spectacular event, with music by Hans Zimmer and the Prague Philharmonic Orchestra and hosted by Liz Bonnin, this will be one for the whole family or a great Mother’s Day present.
Go see Mulan in theatre
Showings start from March 27th
Disney’s latest live action re-make of a classic and beloved animation and we must say, if the trailer is anything to go by this looks like this may be the best yet.
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