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What's On - March

Ends 31 Mar 2019 at 11:56 PM

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As the weather heats up, we have some scorchers for you to enjoy this March


WOW: Women of the World Festival at Southbank Centre

Celebrating International Women’s Day, the Women of the World festival is back this year between 8 – 9 March and there's an amazing line-up for you. You can expect a programme of discussion, debate, performances and activism, praising female achievements and highlighting the obstacles that prevent them from achieving their full potential.

Famous female writers, activists and artists, such as Angela Davis and Naomi Klein, will take part in panel talks, workshops and conversations, aiming to call for solutions to modern societal challenges.

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Nearest pier: London Eye (Waterloo) Pier


Mudlarks Babies and Toddlers Groups at Museum of London Docklands

Head to the Museum of London Docklands from 11-25 March for a weekly session for babies, toddlers and their carers every Monday during term time, where these special one-hour sessions are designed to learn together in a unique museum environment. These sessions are for babies aged 6 months old to pre-walking and toddlers from walking to five years old. The sessions are free, but booking is a must. Reserve your space for the babies group here and for the toddlers group here.

Nearest pier: Canary Wharf Pier


St Patrick's Day Parade and Festival at Trafalgar Square

Head to Trafalgar Square to St Patrick’s Day from Friday, 15 March to Sunday 17 March, where this year, the extravaganza is set to see over 125,000 people turning out for Irish food, dancing and a giant parade featuring pageantry, floats and music. Find out more here.

Nearest pier: Embankment Pier


Caroline, or Change at the Playhouse Theatre

Written by Tony Kushner, Caroline, Or Change tells the story of Caroline, a poorly paid maid toiling endlessly in the sweltering basement of the Gellman household in Louisiana, 1963. Caroline, Or Change is a playful, funny, and deeply moving tale set to a score that hits new heights of emotion, in a production that always delights with imagination. Catch the extraordinary and award-winning musical at the Playhouse Theatre until 6 April. Get your tickets here.

Nearest pier: Embankment Pier


Pierre Bonnard: The Colour of Memory at Tate Modern

The first major exhibition of Pierre Bonnard’s work in the UK arrives at Tate Modern after 20 years; it concentrates on his work from 1912, when colour became the main focus on paintings and it shows landscapes and intimate domestic scenes which capture moments in time. Head to Tate Modern until Monday 6 May to catch the exhibition. Find out more here.

Nearest pier: Bankside Pier


SPARE PARTS at Science Gallery London

Until 12 May, visit the Science Gallery London for their SPARE PARTS season, which explores the science, art, technology and ethics that enables human repair and alteration, considering the emotional and psychological aspects of living with a replacement organ or limb; organic or engineered. Find out more about this exhibition here.

Nearest pier: London Bridge City Pier


Soundpit at Royal Festival Hall

Discover how sound and music feels like with Soundpit at Royal Festival Hall until 2 June. You can run your hands through the sand, or even walk across it. Play in giant sandpits illuminated by beautiful graphics, creating music with your own movements. For those interested in art and music, and those who simply enjoy sensory play, this is a fun, interactive experience where people of all ages can explore their individual sense of sound, vision and touch. Find out more here.

Nearest pier: London Eye (Waterloo) Pier


Mandela: The Official Exhibition

Until 2 June, visit 26 Leake Street Gallery for Mandela: The Official Exhibition, the major new global exhibition exploring the life of the world’s most famous freedom fighter and political leader. His epic story is told in a series of galleries from his rural childhood home to his final years as South Africa’s first democratically elected president. His journey to becoming the ‘Father of South Africa’, and a globally loved and respected figure is explored in new, personal ways. Book your tickets here.

Nearest pier: London Eye (Waterloo) Pier


Painted Hall Ceiling Tours at Old Royal Naval College

From 23 March, experience the UK’s Sistine Chapel: the Painted Hall at the Old Royal Naval College. This incredible masterpiece will reopen following an £8.5 million makeover, and you’ll be able to uncover the ceiling’s amazing story with their new interactive guides. You’ll also be able to pay for a day and come back for free for a year! Book your tickets here.

Nearest pier: Greenwich Pier


Flea Vintage Market at The Vinegar Yard

London’s hunting ground for pre-loved artefacts arrives at London  Bridge’s Vinegar Yard on the 2 March. The community at Flea will bring you a mix of vintage dresses, furniture, ceramics, artworks, books, vinyl and many more. Make a day of it with all-day brunch and a drink from Vinegar Yard’s street food stalls and bar. Find out more here.

Nearest pier: London Bridge City Pier


Spring into Spring

Spring into Spring at Battersea Power Station with a season of pop up fitness classes and wellness talks. Wake up from winter with yoga and Boom & Bloom, spinning meets flower arranging, then rest and recover on the sunny terraces of their restaurants and bars. Find out more here.

Nearest pier: Battersea Power Station Pier