Things to do in London in March

Things to do in London in March

March 2017 in London

Garden of Light

Paternoster Square is turning yellow as 2,100 handmade daffodils descend on the space to mark the Great Daffodil Appeal 2017, with each flower representing a Marie Curie nurse who provides care and support for people living with terminal illness. The garden features a daffodil meadow and a memory wall where visitors can post messages for loved ones and will be illuminated in the evenings. Find out more about the Marie Curie Daffodil Appeal here. 

St Patrick's Day in London

Singing, dancing, a parade and a pint or two - the Irish have always known how to party and celebrating St Patrick's Day in London is no exception. St Patrick’s Day in London is a chance for Irish London (and, of course, anyone and everyone who's Irish-at-heart) to hit the streets and show the city the true meaning of the word ‘craic’. 


Will this be the last outing for Hugh Jackman's Wolverine, as the actor has seemed to suggest? If it is, he's certainly going out with a bang – lots of them, in fact, as Logan fights and snarls his way through this heavy-handed action epic. But beneath the beatings, some thoughtful, dark themes are explored, making for an atmospheric and very timely blockbuster.

Amy Winehouse Street Art Trail

Produced in collaboration with Global Street Art, the trail features Amy-themed street art by artists such as Captain Kris, Mr Cenz, Philth and Amara Por Dios. The walk leads to a newly commissioned installation at Jewish Museum London by renowned street artist Pegasus called 'Love is a Losing Game'. 

Festival of British Advertising

From the PG Chimps and the Cadbury’s drumming gorilla to Lord Kitchener’s ‘Your Country Needs You’, this festival celebrates the very best of British advertising over the past 100 years giving a deeper insight into the ideas and images that captivated the British public and became ingrained in our cultural history. An exhibition delving into the past, present and future of advertising is free to enter at The Old Truman Brewery and is accompanied by a series of talks and events at various London venues. See here for a full programme of events.

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