March is a great month to get out and about in London. Whether you fancy dressing up as Where’s Wally and running round London, or indulging in an array of gourmet chocolate in Islington, there is lots going on in the city this month. I will be heading to London this month for afternoon tea in Soho for a friends birthday, and later in the month for a weekend visit on Easter weekend.
2nd – 4th: London Drinker Beer and Cider Festival North London’s Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) representatives present their annual beer festival, featuring over 150 real ales, ciders, perries and imported beers.
8th – 13th: WOW: Women of the World Festival The 2016 edition of this festival features a stellar line-up, championing everything that is great about women and girls.
13th: St Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival London’s Irish community heads to Trafalgar Square to celebrate their patron saint – and everyone’s invited.
13th – 18th: Tottenham Green Market Following a popular trial stint last year, the Tottenham Green Market gang are pitching up permanently, offering tasty grub and family entertainment every Sunday.
18th – 28th: Find Your London Festival Find Your London Festival celebrates London’s outside spaces, from gardens to parks, high streets to market places. This 11 day festival features over 100 events across London.
20th: Where’s Wally Fun Run Walk, jog or run the 5 or 10 km course dressed as Martin Handford’s cheerfully elusive creation – along with hundreds of other Wallys.
23th – 27th: The Chocolate Festival The Business Design Centre becomes a one-stop shop for all of your sugary needs, just in time for Easter.
27th: 2016 Boat Race The annual rivalry between Oxford and Cambridge is here again as the teams attempt to row to victory on the River Thames.
Events sourced from Time Out London.