MARCH

HOT DATES

Where London - - Where Now Calendar -

1 Griff Rhys Jones stars in The Miser, which starts tonight at the Gar­rick The­atre (p. 44)

2 The po­lit­i­cal play Lime­house opens at the Don­mar Ware­house

3 Ad­mire beau­ti­ful camel­lias at Chiswick House and Gar­dens to­day (p. 25)

4 En­joy the clas­sic mu­si­cal, An Amer­i­can in Paris, which opens in the West End (p. 38)

5 Learn about Women Mak­ing Waves at the last sur­viv­ing tea clip­per, Cutty Sark (p. 25)

6 Visit Sir Christopher Wren’s mas­ter­piece, St Paul’s Cathe­dral (p. 27)

7 The Women of the World fes­ti­val takes over the South­bank Cen­tre (p. 14)

8 Cel­e­brate girl power! To­day is In­ter­na­tional Women’s Day (p. 14)

9 You can see Andy Warhol’s work in The Amer­i­can Dream: Pop to the Present (p .32)

10 Are you a lit­tle bit coun­try? The Coun­try to Coun­try mu­sic fes­ti­val starts to­day

11 The KiteRun­ner, based on the novel by Khaled Hos­seini, ends to­day (p. 42)

12 It’s the last day of In­ter­na­tional Gar­den Pho­tog­ra­pher of the Year at Kew (p. 26)

13 Visit Ri­leys Sports Bar, where you can en­joy sport screened live on big screens

14 Dis­cover un­seen im­ages of The Bea­tles at Proud Gal­leries Chelsea (p. 7)

15 The Na­tional Gallery cel­e­brates Michel an­gelo& Se­bas­tiano (p.37)

16 Get out of your com­fort zone and visit Pineap­ple Dance Stu­dios (p. 74)

17 It’s St Pa­trick’s Day! Grab a pint of Guin­ness at an au­then­tic Ir­ish pub (p. 64)

18 The Ul­ti­mate Fight­ing Cham­pi­onship takes place to­day at The O2 (p. 6)

19 Ri­p­ley’s Be­lieve It or Not! has cu­riosi­ties such as a mum­mi­fied hand (p. 26)

20 Sheena Eas­ton takes the lead in 42nd Street, which opens tonight (p. 42)

21 Visit Madame Tus­sauds for an ex­pe­ri­ence in­spired by the TV show, The Voice (p. 27)

22 See pup­pets in Run­ning Wild, which opens at the Hack­ney Em­pire

23 The Ja­panese House: Ar­chi­tec­ture and Life af­ter1945 opens at the Bar­bican (p. 36)

24 BMWTateLive be­gins to­day with talks, in­stal­la­tions and screen­ings (p. 37) 25 On your marks! Watch the an­nual Head of the River Race (p. 6)

26 The iconic Ron­nie Scott’s Jazz Club cel­e­brates blues mu­sic (p. 47)

27 Climb up the tallest build­ing in Western Europe, The View from The Shard (p. 27)

28 Nina Raine’s play Con­sent opens to­day at the Na­tional The­atre

29 The black com­edy Ex­e­cu­tion er Num­ber One be­gins at the Soho The­atre

30 Olly Murs sings his heart out at The O2 arena tonight (p. 47)

31 For­bid­denFor­est opens at Warner Bros Stu­dio Tour (p. 28)

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