Things To Do In London In March

Posted: Mar 04 2014

If you have applied to school vacancies in London and are looking for things to do in London, look no further. At SANZA Teaching Agency we help you to take the next steps towards your new teaching career, whilst ensuring you settle in to your new surroundings. London is one of the most vibrant cities in the UK, so make sure you don’t miss out on all the great events happening this spring.

Top 5 Things To Do In London This Spring

As winter becomes a distant memory, we can finally welcome spring and all the exciting events that come with it. Make sure not to miss the latest events in March with our top happenings, film releases and shows.

  1. Beyoncé, the O2, Feb 29- Mar 6 – If you are looking for a bit of live music in March, make sure to get yourself a ticket to see Beyoncé at the O2. After 6 amazing nights at Greenwich in 2013, Beyoncé is back in London with her new album. There will be lots of great new songs, not to mention some of her best pop and R&B tracks from over the last 20 years.
  2. The Alternative London Tour, Old Spitalfields – Get to know the city a little better with this alternative leftfield tour. Expect to be introduced to the quirky history and culture of London’s Bricklane ‘Banglatown’, Shoreditch and areas with amazing street art. Make sure to book before, so you don’t miss out on a tour.
  3. Gingerline: The Hideout, Secret Location in East London – We can’t tell you exactly where this pop-up dining experience will be, only that is it on the East London Overground line (the orange one – hence the name). We don’t know what’s on the menu, either, but we know it will be great! Make sure to book ahead as the last event for over 10,000 guests sold out in 8 months!
  4. Silent Disco at The Shard – If a nightclub doesn’t quite cut it, dance the night away 1,000ft up. Taking the phenomenon to new heights, enjoy a silent disco in Western Europe’s tallest building, The Shard. With unparalleled panoramic views, pick your channel and from three DJs playing the best pop, rock and party classics.
  5. Collider, Science Museum – In true Brian Cox style, The Science Museum’s new exhibition portrays the world’s largest and most powerful particle accelerator – the Hadron Collider – through film, drama and a sense of discovery. Step inside and enjoy the journey of discovery with Spielberg directed films and interactive exhibitions.