In the month that sees Mother’s Day and the start of spring, March is packed full of events. After battling numerous storms, hopefully, some good weather is on its way and we have a whole host of activities and events for you to fill your March calendar.
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Chocolate Cocktail Club
96 Leather Lane, London, EC1N 7TX
Nearest Tube: Farringdon
Opening hours: Thursday 6.30pm-11pm, Friday: 6pm-11pm, Saturday: 1.30pm-11pm
Say hello to the UK’s first chocolate cocktail bar! Combining two heavenly concepts what’s not to love, especially when the cocktails take you on a sensory experience. Start with creamy and intense, followed by cool and refreshing with each drink accompanied by a treat to help your taste buds along the way. With the word getting out about this sweet sanctuary make sure you book in advance! Walk-ins aren’t guaranteed a seat, so buy your tickets here and get a free classic chocotini as well!
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Eat and Drink Festival
Nearest Tube: Kensington (Olympia)
Opening Hours: Friday 27th March-13th April
Head to the UK’s indoor food festival and sample modern cuisine as well as picking up some top culinary tips along the way! With four stages, you will see how ingredients are turned into dishes and even get to taste. The ‘Great Eat’ stage is all about street food, in particular London. Here you will see the very best and most creative street food this capital has to offer. Head to the ‘Chefs and Experts’ area to get top tips and as well as seeing celebrities cook their favourite dishes. Finally, when you are ready to cook for yourself, head to the ‘Artisan Producers Market’ and fill your shopping bags full of your new recipes. Get your tickets here.
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Women of the World Festival
Southbank Centre, Waterloo
Nearest Tube: Waterloo
Opening Hours: Friday 6th – Sunday 8th March. Various times.
Women of the World Festival (WOW) is back and in its tenth year, promises a stellar line up of world-class speakers, performances and activists. There is a selection of events and workshops to attend, with the festival featuring the likes of Naomi Wolf, Sandi Toksvig and Emma Dabiri. See the schedule here. Tickets start from £40 for a day pass and you can get yours here.
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28-50, 10 Upper St Martin’s Lane, London WC2H 9FB
Nearest Tube: Covent Garden
Opening Hours: Sunday-Wednesday: 12 pm-10.30 pm, Thursday to Saturday: 12 pm-11 pm
Attention all cheese lovers, you don’t have to be up a mountain to enjoy a fondue because we have found out there is a fondue festival that is happening at 28-50 wine bar and kitchen in Covent Garden. We know, it’s crackers! Here till the end of March, the restaurant will be serving a traditional three-course Alpine experience with the molten gold pot of cheese as the star attraction. Happening every Tuesday, enjoy charcuterie boards and buttery new potatoes as well as paired wines. Tickets are £34.95 and booking is advised, so get your tickets here.
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