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.
Best Events in March In London
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.
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.
Embrace your inner big kid over a night of ball pit fun at Ballie Ballerson. The party spot has become a popular choice for an easy-going evening of silliness that'll have you sipping on fruity cocktails and chilling in glowing ball pits.
From Amy Winehouse-themed brunches to Game of Thrones cabaret, Impossible Things entertainment have got your Springtime plans sorted. Head on over to be fully immersed in drinking, debauchery and all kinds of interactive activities.
Calling all adrenaline junkies - this epic immersive experience is letting you step into the midst of an 1898 martian invasion. Combining cutting edge technology with live theatre and holograms, this two-hour experience will see a 22,000 square foot central London venue transform into a world of sci-fi fantasy, ready and waiting for you to do battle.
This March, sip on world-class whiskies and watch some stunning live music performances with The Rhythm and Booze Project. It's sure to be a totally unique experience, perfect for a date night or night with the guys.
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.
Dress up in an orange jumpsuit and smuggle booze into prison at this infamous bar. A must-visit when it comes to the capital's unique watering holes, Alcotraz brings a mix of immersive theatre and top-notch cocktails, and you can be a part of it.
If you dare to venture off the beaten track of London's West End, you may happen to stumble across London's most fun secret, House of Burlesque...Speakeasy. This hush-hush showcase of some of the capital's most glamorous and talented burlesque stars is sure to be a night of unforgettable mischief.
Get ready to watch The Greatest Showman they way it was meant to be watched with this mass sing-a-long event at the Clapham Grand, complete with costume competitions, themed cocktails, aerial performers and special guests.
Fancy a dining experience that's out of this world? Head on over to Gordon Ramsay's Bread Street Kitchen where you can eat in an actual space pod. Offering parties of 2 - 8 guests, you can sip on premium cocktails and munch on California rolls as the perfect quirky date, birthday activity or group dinner.
Taking over venues like The Bedford and Southwark Brewing Co, Fiddle Paradiddle's Pop-Up Ceilidh is sure to be a night of fun whether you're a seasoned dancer or it's your first time. Head on down and try your hand at the traditional jig, it's sure to be a hoot.
One of the city's best nights out, there's always something going at Cargo. From epic club nights to quirky bar crawls you'd better believe that every night brings the party in this East London Hideaway.
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.
The city's biggest nostalgic blast from the past in back. Join the 90's Brunch for an afternoon of fun, games and free-flowing bubbles at one of their pop-up events, from Boyband specials to Mean Girls-inspired millennial throwbacks, it's sure to be a fun thing to do this March.
One of London's best new daytime activities, this epic Bashment party is bringing new levels to your bottomless brunch with coconut cocktails, Dutty Wine competitions and an awesome atmosphere.
Staying at home all week? Keeping that 2 meter space? Beat the lockdown with Jimmy's isolation hampers and party deliveries. That means boxes packed with wine, cheese, pickles and charcuterie alongside Sunday roast hampers and pizza specials.
Celebrate International Women's Day this 8th March over a silent disco of girl power classics, pink gin-fuelled quiz, Legally Blonde screening or another of the many happenings in our pick of the city's top events.
From a sexy Brunch With The Boys to a live rendition of the legendary Bohemian Rhapsody and even a special St Patrick's Day brunch, FEST is going all out this month. Head to the Camden favourite whether you're after live music, tasty food or something a little different.
Sounds Familiar is a music quiz quite like no other. Playing the greatest hits of all time, teams are expected to get involved, singing along, dancing on the tables and generally reeking havoc. Head to this wild Clapham Grand event to be in the chance of winning some unforgettable prizes.
Find paradise on earth with Last Man Standing, Gospeloke, Musical Bingo and more as this collective bring you a whole load of wild events. Whether you're looking to belt out ballads or laugh away, you've got it all here.
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.
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.
Prepare to be immersed in a dark underworld as this quirky problem-solving game brings you challenges, clues and riddles. You'll have to dismantle a bomb or recover a kidnapped hostage. Have you got what it takes?
Try your hand at creating fresh pasta with these fun workshops at La Goccia. You will learn traditional dough recipes, pasta shapes an a number of simple, authentic Italian sauces, perfect for your next dinner party.
Looking for a little bit of late-night fun? Look no further than East London private members club The Kings Head, which is opening its doors for an evening of riotous and racey entertainment courtesy of the burlesque performers at MILK.
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.
This weekend head out on an adventure of epic proportions as the team at this hidden Hackney Wick gem guide you through three hours of immersive gameplay. Delve into goblin-infested caves and take on beast-infested terrains to discover precious treasure and emerge victoriously.
These hilarious comedy nights have hosted some of the best in the biz, think Seann Walsh, Sara Pascoe and Joe Lycett, in venues across the city. If you're in need of a good ol' fashioned night of stand up, these guys are not going to disappoint.
Brighten up your mid-weeks this March with a trip to the oh-so sophisticated London Cabaret Club. You'll be amazed by the action-packed spectacles they have for you to enjoy while chowing down on a delicious dinner.
Still haven't experienced Lates and After Dark London Series? Now's your chance as the quirky evening events give you the chance to check out some of London's best attractions complete with after-hours entry, cocktails and more.
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.
Give Paul Hollywood a run for his money as you head to Lonodn's first ever pop-up bake-off. You'll have 90 minutes to bake your way to victory so get cracking because this is going to be one hell of a competition.
One of the most unique food events in the city this year, The Moveable Feast is letting London foodies live their best lives with a series of restaurant hops around some of the capital's most exciting restaurant areas, from Michelin starred eateries in Soho, to the Square Mile's best dining rooms.