Our March 2019 highlights
This exhibition celebrates the work of the brilliant Charles M Schulz and the art he inspired. It's touching, iconic and reminds you of what it means to be human.
You won’t believe it, but Time Out is 50. To celebrate our big birthday, we’ve teamed up with the Museum of Brands in Ladbroke Grove to put together an exhibition of our best ever magazine covers.
Frying pans at the ready. Pancake Day 2019 falls on Tuesday March 5, meaning that some of London's best restaurants will be going flipping mad. Others will be perfecting their toss at a Shrove Tuesday pancake race, whether sprinting towards the finish line or just spectating.
International Women's Day takes place every year on March 8 (a Friday in 2019) to celebrate and commemorate the countless achievements of women around the world. As always, there will be events taking place across the UK, including lots of London activity.
Pulping up the patriarchy again this year, this feminist festival is back and does not disappoint. Over two days, there's another killer line-up that champions everything good and great going on in the world of women. Plus, expect two very special conversations with Angela Davis and Naomi Klein.
Imagine a metaphysical glitter cannon of trauma being fired straight at your chest and you’re halfway to understanding the vast, agonising intensity of Bryony Kimmings’s new solo show.
Kew Gardens' celebration of the orchid returns for its 24th year, this time with a focus on the plant life of Colombia.
Fast-paced dancing, rowdy sing-a-longs, a parade and a pint or five - the Irish have always known how to party and celebrating St Patrick’s Day in London is no exception. Here's our guide on the best places to hit the streets and show the city the true meaning of the word ‘craic’.
The Irish are experts when it comes to partying. So, with Trafalgar Square as the setting for London’s official bash in celebration of their patron saint, a blast is pretty much guaranteed.
This brand new festival debating the pressures of modern masculine identity has a focus on male mental health. Join the packed programme of events including brunches, workshops led by the trans community, panel talks on music and mental health, live podcasts and secret gigs.
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