International Women’s Day / Month. My highlights include…

WOW Festival at London’s Southbank 10-12 March.
WOW One Night Live in London Shoreditch Town Hall 8 March

Women of the RNLI at National Maritime Museum in Greenwich | Celebrating the roles women play in saving lives at sea. There’s a great photography exhibition by Jack Lowe. Opens 2 March. Free

Mother’s in Ballet at The Royal Opera House. A newly commissioned film about the experiences of mothers who are also dancers. Tickets £20.  5 March at 7.45pm in the Clore Studio.



The Biba Story | Fashion Textile Museum 22 March. Truly excited to visit and see how the Biba lifestory is told. This was the first fashion lifestyle brand of the 60’s-70’s era… Who remembers the shop in Kensington High St?


Angelica Kauffman at The Royal Academy. A leading a celebrated artists at the Royal Academy in the 18th century this exhibition is not to be missed. 1 March – 30 June 2024.


David Bowie fans | A London Day. A unique opportunity to see these photos taken one day in 1992 by Kevin Davies and curated by Dylan Jones. One not to be missed at the stunning Fitzrovia Chapel, as part of their cultural programme. 1-20 March 2024.



Oxford v Cambridge Boat Race | Saturday 30 March. The big race this year falls over Easter weekend #WhichBlueRU. Get ahead of the game on 13 March. Battersea Power Station is hosting an evening of talks with VIP’s GB crews talking Paris Olympics with crew announcements for the first time. It all kicks off at 6pm. Get ready for any quizzes with my 7 fun boat race facts.


Royal Mews | The mews reopens 1 March. The largest working stables in London is a hidden gem. See all the working carriages and royal cars. Their Easter trail is back for children over the Easter holiday weekend.

The King’s Gallery has just announced their new exhibition for 2024 that opens in May | Royal Portraits : A Century of Photography. Tickets on sale now.


Garden Museum Gardening Giverny | A new exhibition of paintings by Jean-Marie Toulgouat. Toulgouat is the great grandson (by marriage) of Claude Monet. He returned to Giverny and was involved in the redesign of the famous gardens. His paintings have their own style, alongside archived photography by Andrew Lawson.


Affordable Art Fair at Battersea. 6-10 March 2024. Always a good one if you are on the look out for prints.

A night at The Comedy Store.. I have to get down here, I hear first hand it is a night of belly laughs.


St Patrick’s Day : Look out for events and the Paddy’s day parade in London


National Fragrance Week 18 – 24 March. NFW is THE week to look for events and offers at leading retailers if you are obsessed with perfume like me.