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Best Events in March
Another winter draws to a close and it's time to pat yourself on the back; you made it. As the days get longer and the temperature ramps it up a few degrees, there's plenty of reasons to get out of the house and celebrate. This month, we're talking about the city's greatest cocktail party, Holi festivals, Game of Thrones parties and some of the biggest and best St. Patrick's Day events in the UK. There's absolutely loads to look forward to, so be sure to check out our completely hand-picked guide to things to do in London this March.
Sail down the Thames on this amazing silent disco experience, as The Dutch Master (a two-storey boat; one is inside, don't worry) perfect for drinking and dancing to several stations of great music.
Service is a shambles, the waiters are rude and there's no point in complaining - Faulty Towers the immersive dinner is back in London following a run of five-stars review. The dining experience brings the hit show to life with actors, three courses of delicious food and plenty of slapstick pandemonium.
Reimagine is a unique live music event, where some of music's most defining moments – from Destiny's Child to Notorious B.I.G. – are brought to live with an amazing live orchestra.
Discover a sinister evening of puzzle solving and ghostly encounters as master of supernatural Jack Daw leads you through sinister secrets and mysterious murders, in a story of intrigue surrounding a series of unique London locations.
Prepare those vocal cords for a karaoke experience billed as Sister Act meets Top of the Pops, you'll be singing amazing songs, led by your spectacular host, to create one of the most euphoric singing nights ever.
Nothing says the best of London like enjoying morning tea and pastries from 155m above the city in the Sky Garden. Waking up bright and early won't be a chore once you see the breathtaking view and bustle of the city as the morning passes by underneath you. After tea, explore the landscape gardens that give the venue its name.
Looking forward to the big match? Don't miss a minute of the Joshua V Parker fight at Belushi's as the notorious London venues add beer, burgers and games.
This is the ultimate dining experience for any fan of musical theatre. You'll enjoy stunning performances, with over five hours of entertainment form some of the West End's biggest stars, along with a delicious bottomless brunch.
Travel back into the time of baggy jeans and spiky hair as the 90s is coming back to life at The 90s Brunch. This throwback party features awesome food, an hour of bottomless cocktails and the chance to lip-synch battle with your fellow Nostalgia hunters.
One of the best events coming up in London in March, this series of live events unites some of the best established and session musicians to pay tribute to some of music history's most influential acts.
Whether you're a novice or a connoisseur when it comes to vino, Bedales' Wine Tasting Workshop at Borough Market (March 9th) is a quirky, off-beat approach to wine-tasting and education that caters to all! Head down to take part in two hours of tasting whilst tucking into some light nibbles and sharing platters.
From Tine Turner to David Bowie, Sounds Familiar Music Quiz is the gift that keeps giving. As well as being a brilliant night out, there's a quiz, great music, dancing on tables, plenty of silliness, and whole lot of fun.
With delicious food, bottomless cocktails and all the best tunes, the Garage Brunch is one of the best upcoming events in London in March. Dance yourself silly to your favourite garage tracks and fill your boots with plenty of brunch and booze.
Join this award-winning comedy night six days a week as they welcome comedians from famous shows like 8 Out of 10 Cats and Have I got News For You onto their stage – and it even includes entry into a club.
For some of the best events in London in March, head to this stunning rooftop garden for quirky botanical cocktails, delicious street food and a magical atmosphere.
Benoit Viellefon Hot Club take to the stage at Ronnie Scotts for one of the best events in March. Celebrate the beginning of Spring with these gypsy swing kings as they play tracks from their most recent album.
The Exhibit is making sure your March is far from boring, with all kinds of activities ranging from life drawing classes to naked dating, as well as a tonne of cinema screenings from brunch till dinner.
Good Ship Comedy at the Colonel Fawcett attracts some of the biggest in up-and-coming and as-seen-on-TV comedians, with people like John Robertson, Brendon Burns and Iain Stirling coming on the stage every Monday.
Located in either Catford or Deptford, Little Nan is one of London's quirkiest bars. Paying homage to Pat Butcher, the bar is a tropical wonderland of teapot cocktails, afternoon teas, bottomless brunches and general fun.
A man's life is in your hands in this thought provoking and gripping immersive production is asking you to play judge. A murderous psychopath has been roaming the streets of London and the police have got a suspect - you decide whether he walks free or not.
It's terrifying, it's fast-paced and it's utterly fun; Trapped in a Room with a Zombie is a high octane escape room experience. Taking place in Whitechapel, the game involves being locked in a room with a chained zombie - his chain is getting loser and loser and you have one hour to make it out alive.
Flight Club is the coolest thing for you to do in March, as not only do they have cool brunch socials with prosecco and great food, their innovative social darts is the best thing to do with friends.
Dress up in an orange jumpsuit and smuggle booze into prison in this infamous pop-up bar; Alcotraz is putting a different spin on London events in March with a unique, immersive, pop-up bar.
March is the time for Supa Dupa Fly, the ultimate hip hop and RnB night out. Not only do you get the best soundtrack, with amazing people attending their events every month, but they attract big name talent like Rita Ora, Amerie and Professor Green.
Make your weekend a good one and head to Notting Hill for a lesson in all things dance. Not only is there a 19-person swing orchestra performing live tunes, but there's even a professional dancer to teach you jazz dance, alongside DJ House of Amelia.
Revolutionising the way we brunch and changing everything we come to know about boozy karaoke exploits, the Hip Hop Brunch collective are here to show you how they do brunch ... and boy it is good. With a menu of 'Dirty South' inspired lunch goodies you'll be going big here with bottomless cocktails to match before hitting out some serious lyrical flow with their hip hop karaoke.
What happens when you combine bottomless rum punch with a three course Caribbean feast and tropical reggae music from top London DJs? Only one of the best brunches around.
Cabaret rarely is as sophisticated and entertaining as The London Cabaret Club. Diving into the rich cultural history of British culture, with each performance centred on a British theme, the company aims to deliver a sophisticated night of live entertainment while you dine on exquisite food.
This Autumn, gin-lovers from all over the capital can take part in a stunning masterclass that's taking place at the famous Half Hitch Micro Distillery in North London. Starting with a tasting of the distiller's best spirits, guests will then learn all about the history of this famous drink, before making their own bespoke gin using flavours and ingredients that they've brought from home. Relax, fill your head with intriguing facts and try your hand as a distiller at this fun North London event in March.
Catch screenings of some iconic movies this March in London. For three nights in March the Rivoli Ballroom will be showing Rebel Without A Cause, Fight Club and Pulp Fiction for your viewing pleasure. So grab a beer and some popcorn and settle in for the ride.
Cabaret, cards, and burlesque and a number of other forbidden pleasures are to be expected Cellar Door's High Tea & Tease night. Open every Saturday, experience one of the most raucous displays of cabaret London has to offer from such performers Miss Daisy Page, Vicious Delicious and the legendary Beatrix Von Bourbon. Tickets include the show, casino chips and high tea with bubbles, finger sandwiches, cupcakes and tea.
Find paradise on earth with Musical Bingo, the mad fun and completely silly night that combines games, bingo, music, dancing on tables and random prizes.
Do the all-day drinking thing in style as Bernadi's are opening up their stylish restaurant for a lunch until breakfast party of great cocktails, delicious food and DJs.