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WHAT'S ON IN LONDON IN MARCH

27.02.17

We round up the goings on in London, from new openings to one-off events throughout the month of March

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 THE HOXTON FASHION TALKS

The Hoxton – our new favourite London hang-out – is re-launching its Fashion Series off the back of the event’s success in 2016. For March, they welcome Amy Powney, Creative Director of Mother of Pearl to the stage and host an evening of discussions surrounding her inspirations, fashion's celebration of individuality and as where the industry is heading. Set in the Holborn location’s covetable Apartment, this intimate evening of cocktails and fashion chat will make for an inspiring start to the week and a great way to interact with like-minded individuals, both on a personal and professional networking level.

199-206 High Holborn, London WC1V 7BD

Tickets are priced at £6.75 each

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY AT THE V&A

International Women’s Day is becoming ever more poignant and this year’s celebrations follow the theme: Be Bold For Change. Whilst there are multiple events and talks taking place across the capital, it’s West London’s V&A Museum that we’ll be heading to on the 2nd March. They’ve scheduled a session lead by British holistic therapist, Nikke Ariff, who will be choosing objects from the gallery that reflect the tagline. Each of these chosen pieces will represent something that inspired change on a personal or social level and will set the trail for a guided tour around the halls of this historical building. Whether you’re there to show your appreciation for the cause or just want to be a part of the museum’s event calendar, it’s sure to provide a thoughtful insight into both art and society today.  

Cromwell Rd, Knightsbridge, London SW7 2RL

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UNWIND AT COWSHED SPA

If you’re looking to book in some time to unwind in style then we recommend making Cowshed spa in Soho your number one destination of choice. The perfect blend of relaxation and style, their tempting treatment menu and premium products offer complete disconnection from city life. Make a day of it and book a host of treatments with a friend, a partner or a colleague, adding a glass or two of prosecco to your tab to toast your celebrations. Alternatively, some of the sessions are short enough to tag them on to the end of your working day. We recommend the 45 minute Moody Massage to set the groundwork for the perfect night’s sleep.

31 Foubert's Pl, Carnaby, London W1F 7QG

LORNE RESTAURANT

Launched only a week ago on Thursday 23rd February, new kid on the dining block, Lorne Restaurant is one to add to your London bucket list. Headed up by some of the most celebrated industry experts; sommelier Katie Exton and chef Peter Hall, it promises a carefully-comprised Modern British menu, a comprehensive wine list and an ever-changing seasonal cocktail menu. Head south of the river to Victoria to enjoy this new space ahead of the crowd.  

76 Wilton Rd, London, SW1V 1DE 

FRIDAY LATES AT THE NATIONAL GALLERY

March marks the re-launch of Friday Lates at the National Gallery and it’s a great opportunity for those of us who work Monday to Friday in the city to squeeze in a shot of culture just in time for the weekend. Guided talks and special events will also be on the agenda from now through to the summer months so book into Friday 3rd’s Talk and Draw to be one of the first to experience these additional events. At this particular workshop, you’ll listen to a short speech by a credited artist and then enjoy a session led by the same industry professional whereby you’ll have the chance to put your learnings into practise.

Trafalgar Square, London WC2N 5DN

AFTERNOON TEA at THE ROSEWOOD

For afternoon tea with a difference, why not head to the Rosewood Hotel in Holborn? Set in the building’s famous Mirror Room and inspired by London’s art scene, the presentation features bite-size snacks that nod to the works of Damien Hirst, Banksy and Alexander Calder. A true feast for the senses, it makes for an indulgent and unforgettable afternoon. Book now to secure a spot for Mother’s Day or save it for an equally special occasion.

252 High Holborn, London WC1V 7EN

Prices start at £45

HOLI FESTIVAL AT THE CINNAMON KITCHEN

India’s Holi Festival takes place in March and the spirit of the event comes to central London thanks to East London’s Cinnamon Kitchen. Setting up residency for 12 days from 7th – 18th March near Liverpool Street station, the pop-up is hosted in a specially-designed party ‘pod’ and can be booked out for 30 minutes. Offering protective suits and coloured paint to throw directly at the rest of your group, it’s a far cry and a welcome release from the hustle and bustle of the city. The restaurant itself will be serving up a vibrant 5-course Holi menu and delicious cocktails to accompany so be sure to make an afternoon of it.

9 Devonshire Square, London EC2M 4YL

Tickets are priced at £38