Things To Do in London in March 2016
The spring is here & our things to do in London in March are sure to make your bulbs bloom!
This month’s top picks include horse dancing, a Taiwanese street market, Shakespearean Bingo & many more…
A Bard weekend bonanza featuring Boogaloo Stu’s 70s TV cringe master general presenting a sensationally silly musical bingo party. All for free!
Plus if while you’re at the Barbican why not have a burger feast with Hydrocracker’s Shakespeare a la Carte, a live performance & dining experience not to be missed.
A dynamite week of theatre, comedy, spoken word and film exploring women’s voices. Highlights for us include:
Theatre & Shows
Bojana Jankovic and Dana Olarescu open up the immigration debate & scrap some stereotypes behind all the scandalous headlines.
After being beaten up in a homophobic attack Nando Messias is reclaiming the streets in this defiant walking performance with a live brass band.
Joseph Mercier and Jordan Lennie create a duet performance oozing with testosterone. The macho romp is a collision of mixed martial arts, death metal, American frat culture, rodeos, pornography and Greek mythology.
Comedy & Cabaret
Chanteuse & new mother Lady Rizo explores how fecundity and parenthood fit with the revelry of showbiz with her sassy pop versions of classics and LR originals.
Jane Horrocks channels the music of The Smiths, Joy Division, New Order, The Human League, The Buzzcocks, Soft Cell and more in this part gig, part dance show.
Film & Music
The first student run outing from the free film festival movement includes some true undiscovered classics like Fan Popo’s documentaries from China (pictured).
Markets & Sales
North London’s top street food & eclectic market is back for 2016 with some delicious treats. Stalls featured include Mexican tacos & wraps from Pink Cactus, Mauritian dishes from House of Dodo, Venezuelan Arepas from Guasaccaca, dreamy Indian inspired Street food from Social Enterprise DEVIS & Posh Chips from Poptata.