Attend These March Events With The Help Of London Coach Hire!
March is the month when we leave behind the winter in London, and welcome the spring season as well as clear days and cool evenings. Take this opportunity to recover from the cold weather by choosing coach hire in London for a comfortable commute to enjoy the colourful happenings around London.
As it is a great month to start being in the outdoors, there are so many things you can do. For example, you can stroll in the floral grounds of Kew Gardens or the Hampton Court Palace. You can even go for a romantic cruise on the River Thames. How about having a special afternoon tea with your mother on Mother’s Day, treating her to a sumptuous meal or taking her on a shopping spree? Let’s find out what March 2017 has in store for you in London!
Round the World with Russell Howard and The Bash of The Who at Royal Albert Hall
Superstar comedian Russell Howard is embarking on his biggest “Round the World” tour through New Zealand, Europe, the U. S. A., and Australia. His stint in London will happen at the Royal Albert Hall. The venue will be hosting a 10-night run from Wednesday, March 1, 2017 till Friday, March 10, 2017 for this Bristolian arena filler. What’s more, famous rock band, The Who, will perform at the Royal Albert Hall from Thursday March 30 2017 for three days. They will be in London celebrating the 50th anniversary of The Who’s performance during their tour for a few “Hits and Misses.”
WOW Festival at the Southbank Centre
This 2017 edition of Women of the World Festival will feature a star-studded line-up of champions of all things great about girls and women. The event comprises performances, debates, activism, discussions, major achievements recognition, and more. Also, obstacles which prevent these females from attaining their full potential will be probed and explored from Tuesday March 7 2017 to Sunday March 12 2017.
The Weeknd Rapping at the O2
Abel Makkonen Tesfaye, a Canadian R & B rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer, a. k. a. The Weeknd (pronounced “the weekend”), will give a rare live performance that gives credit to the heady critical acclaim showered on him at The O2, Greenwich Peninsula on Tuesday March 7 2017 and Wednesday March 8 2017.
The Kid Stays in the Pictures at the Royal Court Theatre
The genius, Simon McBurney and his mind-blowing theatre company, Complicite, will perform “The Kid Stays in the Pictures’ – a play charting the rise and fall of Robert Evans, the legendary Hollywood producer who saved Paramount Pictures from collapse with films like “The Godfather” and “Chinatown”.
Unwind at London’s Beer Festival at the Camden Centre
At Camden Centre, Bloomsbury will be hosting CAMRA’s annual beer festival. The Campaign for Real Ale’s beer fest comprises beer enthusiasts tasting ciders, real ales, and beer imported specially for this festival. Not only will local breweries be represented at this festival but a revolving menu of homemade gourmet foods will be kept ready to suit all stomachs from Wednesday March 8 till Friday March 10 2017.
Make Some Noise with Glass Animals at the Brixton Academy
An English indie experimental electronic rock outfit, Glass Animals, released their hit album ‘Zaba’ which is full of hazy, lush rocky curveballs layered with smooth electronic beats and psychedelic synthetic works. The Glass Animals were featured in festivals like Bonnaroo, Bestival, Glastonbury, and now are featured to play at O2 Brixton Academy on Thursday March 16 2017.
The Tragedies of Rome and WW2 at the Barbican Centre
Ivo van Hove’s renowned puree of Shakespeare’s tragedies of ‘Julius Caesar’, ‘Anthony and Cleopatra’, and ‘Coriolanus’ doesn’t have any conventional interval in its six hours of scintillating performance. The audience is also invited on stage to buy drinks, sit down, and snack up during the intermittent pauses of this greatest theatre productions ever staged wherein the audience becomes one with this communal enterprise.
This melee was last seen at the Barbican in 2009 and it is quite gratifying that the producer Van Hove has dusted this off as part of his company Toneelgroep Amsterdam’s 2017 Barbican takeover coup d’état. Since there are only three performances scheduled, you are advised to book your tickets now.
This epic performance will happen at the Barbican Centre from Friday March 17 2017 for three days. There is also the exhibition of the aftermath of the World War 2 on Japanese life and architecture is scheduled at the Barbican Centre from Saturday March 25 2017 onwards. This exhibition depicts how the ingenuity of the Japanese construction design has influenced the thinking of the West.