Spring Time Social Dance

Southbank Centre, 15th March: 1.30pm

Spring is in the air so head over to the Southbank Centre on March 15th for their free dance event. The March tea dance is for everyone, of all ages, whether you’ve never danced before or if you’re a pro looking to show off your moves. Come with or without a partner, the choice is yours but just remember to bring your dancing feet!


‘Learn to Play Weekend’

Yamaha, 17th-18th March

Have you ever wanted to learn to play a musical instrument? Well, this weekend Yamaha are giving you the perfect opportunity to begin! Playing a musical instrument is a skill that can provide many added benefits to school education or even help you escape from the daily routine. All lessons given across this weekend are completely FREE, so head over to Yahama’s website to find out more.


‘St Patricks Day in London’

16th-18th March

Although St Patricks Day is not a public holiday in the England, London is marking the occasion with fun events through the city, so don’t miss out on the spectacular occasion…

The St Patricks Day Parade will take place in London on the 18th of March. The procession will make it’s way down from Piccadilly from 12pm, on a 1.5 mile route, passing some of London’s most iconic landmarks, including The Ritz, Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square and then onto Whitehall.

A St Patricks Day Festival will also take place in on the 18th March and will consist of well-known Irish acts, rising stars and special guests in Trafalgar Square. Their will also be craft stalls selling traditional and modern Irish foods. This event will take place from 12pm-6pm.

‘Votes for Women’

National Portrait Gallery, until 13th May

With recent celebrations focused around of a centenary of the Women’s vote in London and also International Women’s Day why not honour these events and head over to one of London’s iconic venues, the National Portrait Gallery. The Votes for Women exhibition displays paintings, works on paper and photographs which represent the key figures in the campaign for women’s suffrage. This exhibition is free to attend and will be displayed until 13th May 2018.