Spring is finally here and London will be taking advantage of the longer days and warmer weather by hosting some amazing events that you definitely shouldn’t miss!

To ensure you enjoy the perfect March here in the city, here’s our guide to the best things to check out when you visit:

WOW: Women of the World Festival, 1st-8th March 2015


WOW is a remarkable festival dedicated to celebrating the achievements of women and girls around the globe, as well as discussing the challenges still faced by women on a daily basis.

The event will be focussed on equality between women and men, including debates, talks, stage shows, party events, networking and even a marketplace. There will also be shows from the best up and coming performers and widely recognised female talent – exploring everything from sex to food and drink.

As well as being able to experience a full spectrum of emotions at the debates and workshops, you are invited to share your own stories with everyone. Book tickets to this event on the Southbank Centre website.


31st London Drinker Beer & Cider Festival, 11th-13th March 2015

London Drinker Beer and Cider Festival 2014 - things to do in London

CAMRA (The Campaign for Real Ale) are holding their 31st London Beer & Cider Festival at Camden Centre on Bidborough Street, just a stone’s throw away from Clink78 and Clink261.

It’s no wonder CAMRA is the longest running and most popular beer & cider festivals in London, as it has something for everyone with over 150 beers and ciders on offer, 60% of which have been brewed right here in the city.

The festival doesn’t just offer beers through as you can enjoy delicious food prepared and served by the CAMRA organisation, pub quizzes, book sales and pub games.

Tickets are available from the CAMRA website with prices starting at £3.50 per person.


The London Super Comic Con, 14th-15th march 2015


Returning for its fourth year at the ExCel Centre is one of London’s most popular conventions, The London Super Comic Con. Completely dedicated to the world of superheroes and graphic novels, the event is a haven for all comic book enthusiasts.

The convention showcases the very best and rarest comic books from the world’s top suppliers, as well as boasting the opportunity to talk to some of the writers and artists behind your favourite titles.

Every year there is a best dressed competition for Cos-Players who want to head down and strut their stuff, so why not dress as your favourite hero or villain for the chance to win some amazing prizes?

Grab your ticket today for just £18.50 per person!

St. Patricks Day Parade and Festival, 15th March 2015


St. Patricks Day is celebrated every year on the 17th March, but each year London hosts its own event in Trafalgar Square on the preceding Sunday.

The square is transformed into a green wonderland with brilliant Irish acts, brass bands, dancers, themed floats and traditional food and drink brought all the way from the Emerald Isle.

The Parade passes straight through Trafalgar Square, but for a better view take a spot on either Piccadilly, Lower Regent Street, the Mall, Cockspur Street or Whitehall.

The event is completely free, so make sure you don’t miss out on the best party in town.

The Where’s Wally? Fun Run, 22nd March 2015


For the 3rd year running, the Where’s Wally? 10k Run will be holding their fun run in Victoria Park in aid of The National Literacy Trust – so don’t be alarmed if you see hundreds of people running past you in Wally’s signature red and white striped top and hat.

Like the sound of it? Get down to the park and watch the event for free or get involved for just £25 and receive an amazing Where’s Wally costume to race in.

Whether you choose to compete or spectate, it is encouraged to donate or raise some money for this worthy cause.

Cake International, 27th-29th March.

Picture © Daniel Graves Photography 2014.

The Cake International show is the perfect event for all you cake lovers and will be showcasing the latest creations from the incredible cake chefs down at the ExCel London.

The event will also be hosting a variety of activities, so you can do more than admire these tasty treats:

  • Look out for masterclasses in sugar crafting, hosted by industry professionals
  • Check out the cake competition
  • Stock up on the latest baking supplies
  • Sample some delicious cakes

The events run from 10am until 5pm each day and tickets are required. Get your tickets today, from just £12 per person.


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