As spring approaches, we naturally want to start going out and experiencing more of what London has to offer.

Yes, we’re all wondering why it’s snowing in march and why it’s not started to get warmer yet but don’t let the weather stop you from enjoying all the fantastic things happening in London this month.

1.  The Boat Race

Taking place on Sunday 26 March, crews from Oxford and Cambridge go head-to-head in eight-oared rowing boats across the Thames. The women’s race is up first at 4 pm, followed by the men’s race an hour later at 5 pm.

The best tube stations for spectators to use are Putney Bridge, Hammersmith, and Kew Gardens, or use Putney, Barnes Bridge, Mortlake, or Chiswick rail stations.

And not to worry guys, it’s free! Making the boat race the best excuse to go to a riverside pub on a Sunday afternoon.  For more information, visit their website here

2.  Thin Air at The Beams

Thin Air explores the hidden complexities that shape the world we live in. Using digital technology and large-scale installation, international artists will transform the spaces of The Beams from 17th March to 4th June 2023.

Features work by contemporary artists including, James Clar, Robert Henke, Kimchi and Chips with Rosa Menkman, Matthew Schreiber, S E T U P and UCLA Arts Conditional Studio. For ticket information, please visit their website here

3. Do Yuu Brunch at Yuu Kitchen

Why not surround yourself with manga artwork and indulge in tasty authentic Japanese and South-East Asian flavours at Yuu Kitchen’s bottomless brunch?

The brunch features favourites like Sweet and Sticky Eggplant and Chicken Karaage, this new open-kitchen gastronomy concept uses the highest quality produce executed with precision cooking.  Visit their website for more information

4. Puttshack Brunch Club

If you’re always stuck on how to spend your Sundays, well worry no more! Puttshack has just launched its fortnightly Sunday brunch. The brunch is only available at their bank branch! So round up your buddies and enjoy a two-course brunch and free-flowing drinks, before going head-to-head on the mini golf course.

What’s better than spending your Sunday drinking cocktails, eating tasty food and playing mini golf?

For more information, visit their website here

5. David Hockney: Bigger & Closer (not smaller & further away)

Using large-scale projection at the remarkable Lightroom in Kings Cross, David Hockney takes you on a personal journey through sixty years of his art. Watching one complete loop lasts approximately 50 mins however you can stay longer if you’d like too. Adult tickets are from £25, Students & Under 18s from £15
Under 5s go free. For more information, please visit their website here

6.  Taste Film


Taste Film transforms dining rooms into immersive film worlds by screening cult-classic films and providing guests with a timed set menu, crafted to compliment the film’s most memorable moments. Taste Film believes films should be more than watched, they should be lived, and no sense is more meaningful and evocative than taste.

In collaboration with well-rated restaurants and independent chefs in unique spaces, they take film-loving foodies on a multi-sensory, gastronomic adventure, where the boundaries between spectator and participant are shifted.  For more information, please visit their website here

7. Beyond the Streets at the Saatchi Gallery 

From defiant train writers to powerful large-scale muralists, over 100 international artists are featured in BEYOND THE STREETS LONDON. The exhibition, supported by Adidas Originals, is the most comprehensive graffiti & street art exhibition to open in the UK, and takes over all three floors of London’s iconic Saatchi Gallery.  You can purchase tickets here

8. the Queen and her Corgis 

If you’re visiting London or simply are looking for something free to do, then head to The Wallace Collection for the Queen and her Corgis exhibit.

9. House of HOLI

Back for its sixth year running, House of HOLI makes its return to Cinnamon Kitchen in Devonshire Square from Sunday 5th March – Sunday the 12th March 2023.

Leave the drab and dreary City at the door, don your protective white suit and step into the madness at the House of HOLI for thirty minutes of paint-pelting fun with friends, family and colleagues to mark the Indian festival of colour.

10. Lucid Nights 

Catch our very own DJ ASH XO at Lucid Nights on the last Friday of the month at Bow Bridge LDN between 10pm-6 am. Lucid Nights is a party that delivers truly unforgettable moments on the dancefloor. Known for its transcendent feel-good vibe events, Lucid Nights is said to be the place for ravers, party animals and clubbers as we take you on a lucid journey to the next level. For more information, please visit their website here