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Things To Do In London

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London's New Years Day Parade
Ice Skating
Hogwarts in the Snow


Breakfast - not just a morning affair

The popularity of going out for breakfast is on the rise, particularly with the new trend of ‘Brinner’ (breakfast for dinner), so why not treat yourself this February and head on out for breakfast - at any time of the day- and see what all the fuss is about. Our top picks for you to try; The Breakfast Club, with locations around London. The menu has something for everyone – from spinach, mango, mint and apple smoothie to a ‘Full Monty’ breakfast. Or, the Cambridge Street Kitchen offering from a Granola & yoghurt bowl' to 'smoked salmon & truffle scrambled eggs' lovely.

V & A Exhibitions

Pimlico Farmer’s Market

Chinese New Year

Finally Spring is here and if you’re wanting some inspiration on what to do in and around London this marvellous March, then look no further. We've rounded up all the weird and wonderful things London has to offer next month to ensure your social calendar is brimming.

WOW Women of the World Festival

This one is for the girls - head to the Southbank Centre between March 1st and March 8th for some female empowerment. Talks, Debates, Concerts, Workshops and Films will be held, celebrating female success over the past year. Check out the WOW website for more information. Girl Power!

Mother’s Day

That time of year has come around again and if you are after some inspiration, we have it. The Spa in Dolphin Square has brought out its new spa menu just in time for this special occasion. The menu channels the wisdom of traditional Moroccan beauty rituals; with treatments such as Journey of Spices, Arabian Ceremony, Artisan Facial and The Marrakech Ritual, each designed to deliver a truly indulgent and authentic experience for you and your mother to enjoy together.

St Patrick’s Day

If you’re after some inspiration on partying with the Irish on their special day, head to Trafalgar Square for the St Patrick’s Day Parade & Festival. Enjoy a Guinness whilst wondering around the Square that includes a food market, fashion show and Irish music.

Head of the River Race

As one of London’s longest serving sporting traditions, the Head of the River Race held on the 29th March is a must see. Enjoy watching 400 international teams battle it out for the winning position. Head to the banks of the River Thames (best spots: Chiswick Bridge, Barnes Bridge & Hammersmith Bridge) with your picnic – and of course some Pimms!


Easter events in London
London Marathon
Oxford and Cambridge Boat Races


The table and giftware extraordinaire, Wedgewood, has teamed up with Tart London, the unique catering company who cater fashion and film shoots for a foodie pop up on Salusbury Road. Anyone can try out their yummy dishes from sustainable and seasonal produce, which are loved by Sienna Miller and Eddie Redmayne alike on none other than Wedgewood China.


Royal London Events
Changing The Guard Ceremony
Trooping The Colour
Open Garden Squares Weekend
West End Live


Pride in London
RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show
BBC Proms
Buckingham Palace Summer Opening
London's Music Festivals


Outdoor and open-air activities
Family friendly activities
Open Air Cinemas
Notting Hill Carnival
Underbelly Festival
Music Festivals


London Design Fair


Museums at Night
Halloween activities
London Restaurant Festival
London Cocktail Week
Africa on The Square


Bonfire Night


Winter Wonderland
New Year