Our March 2019 highlights
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.
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’.
Mother’s Day in London can be amazing, but you need to put the effort in and make sure the date's in your diary (Sunday March 31 2019). Have a browse through our comprehensive guide to help you organise the perfect day.
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London is a treasure trove of brilliant days out and activities worth boasting about. Find great new ways to fill your free time with this list of our favourite things to do in the capital.
With 191 Hard Rock locations around the globe (157 of which are cafés) it’s often the branding above all else that draws punters through its doors. People may visit to dine on pricey American-style food (burgers, nachos, shakes), but it’s more likely they’ll be after the rock ‘n’ roll glamour that the name guarantees. In this case, that includes Eric Clapton’s red Fender guitar, a red coat with a fur cape that once warmed Elvis Presley and Madonna’s expired bankcard from the ’80s. Over the road in the shop are yet more rock relics, alongside t-shirts and other take-home ephemera.
Venue says Join us as we celebrate what would have been Freddie Mercury's 72nd birthday on September 5!