As we enter the spring months, the thought of blue skies and sunshine is enough to put anyone in a good mood. So what have you got planned for March? If the answer is not much, don’t worry. We’ve rounded up the best things going on in London to keep you busy during the month ahead.

David Bowie is

Victoria and Albert Museum

23 March - 11 August 2013

It feels like we’ve been waiting forever for this, but the David Bowie is exhibition is finally coming to the V&A later this month. Honouring the iconic superstar who recently returned with his first record in a decade, David Bowie is brings together original costumes, handwritten lyrics, set designs and the singer’s own instruments all for the very first time. Do. Not. Miss.

There’s only one day still available in March, though, so book now to avoid disappointment.

Comic Relief Concert

Wembley Arena

06 March 2013

Why not kick March off with something completely different this year and book tickets to the Comic Relief Concert at Wembley Arena? Yes, we realise it's tomorrow... but what better way to spend a Wednesday evening than alongside dozens of famous faces with Russell Brand as your host? Most importantly, it's for a fantastic cause.

Book now.

Lichtenstein: A Retrospective

Tate Modern

Now - 27 May 2013

Fun, vibrant and unique. These are all words that spring to mind when it comes to Roy Lichtenstein’s iconic work. This is why we're extremely excited about Lichtenstein: A Retrospective, the first full-scale retrospective of the pop artist in over twenty years. Bringing together 125 of Lichtenstein's most significant paintings and sculptures, visiting this exhibition will be the perfect way to spend a Saturday afternoon.

Book your ticket now.

FEAST Tobacco Dock 07 March -10 March 2013 Foodies, you're going to love this one. The extremely popular food festival FEAST is returning to Tobacco Dock this month for a four day long banquet. Expect a range of exciting London chefs serving fine cuisine alongside the city's popular food vendors. From Waffle On to Patty and Bun, there's something for everyone's taste-buds at FEAST. Book tickets now.