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It’s finally March ladies and gents, and this can only mean we’re another month closer to the summer! Whilst I wish I could be telling you all about the hottest outdoors festival, we’re not quite there yet. But here’s a list of the things you should be putting on your calendar:

Swingers West End

That’s right: our all-time favorite crazy golf place in Shoreditch is finally opening in Oxford Circus in the old BHS store! Although we already loved the east end Swingers, this one is supposed to be even bigger, and better. Expect affordable booking prices, delicious street food and some of the best cocktails you could ask for – all whilst enjoying a fun yet competitive game of crazy golf.

Women of the World Festival

Join the most inspiring women in the world this weekend in honor of International Women’s Day. The WOW festival at the Southbank Centre is a global network which provides information on how to make the world a better place for women but also celebrates what has been achieved throughout the years. Expect inspirational talks, art, and photography that document women struggles around the world and a way to meet women and girls in your community.

Victorian Giants Exhibition

This exhibition is supposed to be one of the greatest of the year at the National Portrait Gallery. The collection examines the relationship between 4 major Victorian artists from their public to their private collections. The exhibition is not only ground-breaking regarding its analyses, but also depicts artists of the 18th century as the first to build a bridge between old and futuristic art.

St Patrick’s Day Parade

Join the huge Irish community in London from March 16th until the 18th to celebrate one of the messiest, and most fun celebrations of the year! If you already know how well the Irish can party – wait until you head to Trafalgar Square and spend a whole weekend dressed in green from head to toe.


Images/Sources: The Nudge, The Southbank Centre, National Portrait Gallery, Time Out

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