Things to do in London March 2020

House of Holi

House of HOLI at Cinnamon Kitchen

Cinnamon Kitchen’s iconic powder-paint throwing pop-up returns to the City for its sixth residency this month. Leave the drab and dreary winter at the door, don your protective white suit and step into the madness at the House of HOLI for 30 minutes of paint-pelting fun to mark the Indian festival of colour.

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 Grand Junction

Grand Junctions Venue

 Grand Junction is a brand new venue in the heart of Paddington. This beautiful Grade I listed building is ready for hire for corporate and private events. The venue has a range of unique and exciting spaces – from the awe-inspiring Nave to the unusual Undercroft and gorgeous outdoor gardens by the banks of the canal. 

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Dine With Your Dog

Darling Dog Brunch Clubs at Hello Darling, Waterloo

Just when you thought Hello Darling couldn’t get any more instagram friendly they’re celebrating Crufts and London Dog Friendly Week with the launch of their all new Darling Dog Brunch Clubs. Dine with your doggies with this brunch menu compete with a specially created a la carte menu of dog friendly food. 

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Pub In The Sky

London Eye Is Getting A Pub

London Eye is celebrating 20 years as part of the London skyline so they’re transforming each of the pods into different experiences. One of the capsules is becoming The King Vic, a pub 135m high in the air. There will also be pampering sessions, cocktail masterclasses, silent disco & spinning class pods.

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Mars & Beyond

Mars & Beyond Bargehouse, OXO

Southbank landmark venue, Oxo Tower, welcomes visionary Oskar Krajewski for an incredible immersive exhibition, looking into the human race, the science of our planet and global warming and the possibility of reigniting the space race and life on alternate planets.

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Shaken Not Stirred

Shaken, Not Stirred at Box Galleries, Chelsea

With No Time to Die due for cinematic release in early April, Shaken, Not Stirred at Box Galleries is a great way to get back into Bond. The immersive Bond experience ccelebrates the world’s most famous spy’s influence on 20th and 21st century art.

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Time Machine

Cocktail Time Machine

Cocktail Time Machine is the city’s first immersive bar experience with a time travel twist. The one-of-a kind cocktail experience invites you back in time to enjoy some of the world’s greatest cocktails as you’re transported through three decades and countries via three different, delicious, era-defining cocktails.

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Kimono. Kyoto to Catwalk at the V&A

A new exhibition at the V&A explores the kimono as an evolving icon of fashion. Freddie Mercury’s kimono will sit alongside the dress designed for Björk by Alexander McQueen, an original Star Wars costume based on the shape of a kimono, as well as the Gautier designed ensemble for Madonna.

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Artists Unknown

Artists Unknown at Wilton’s Music Hall, east London

Artists Unknown debuts at the beautiful Wilton’s Music Hall this month, pairing the artists you are yet to fall in love with the artists you’ve loved for years – the catch, you’ll only find out who is headlining on the night itself. Described as a love letter to the music world.

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