Why You Should Visit London in March 2014

In London, a mixed bag of events spread across the March calendar, ranging from the joyous celebration of St Patrick’s Day to the more serene prospects of a Vikings exhibition at the British museum. Even March is the time when spring seems to be starting to demonstrate its first flowers, leaves, and much missed sunlight. So, why not plan your London holiday with the very best activities of the capital that are as follows:

St Patrick

St Patrick’s Day
If you have Irish roots or you just want to a part of Irish celebrations, then don’t forget to join in the inspiring St Patrick’s Day celebrations in London 2014. This tradition of symbolizing the Irish communities starts from Piccadilly Circus at 12 noon to Trafalgar Square. More than 100,000 spectators are expected to attend this religious holiday. Dance, loud music, comedy, delicious Irish food, and Gaelic-themed performance are just a few things that you will surely watch at this event.

Location: Throughout London
Date: 16th March 2014

Fatal Attraction
This is a new stage adaptation of the hit 1987 film Fatal Attraction, directed by Adrian Lyne. The show exhibits the story of a married man (Michael Douglas) who has a weekend affair with Glenn Close. It is superbly scripted by James Dearden to relieve the psychological thriller from this hit film. Don’t miss this new version screenplay that receives its world premiere at the Theatre Royal Haymarket, London.

Dates: 8th March 2014 to 21st June 2014
Location: Haymarket Theatre Royal, Haymarket, London

The Cruise Show
Whether you are a tenderfoot to cruising or a regular cruiser seeking to experience new things, The Cruise Show has something for everyone. This show is the perfect place to get the latest insider knowledge and discover new cruise styles. You can also uncover incredible travel destinations, amazing tour packages, and check out what’s new for 2015 itineraries. Cruise lovers looking for impartial advice can attend the free discussions held over 4 theatres where they can catch up with the industry experts to obtain the insider knowledge.
Dates: 22nd March 2014 and 23rd March 2014
Location: Olympia, Hammersmith Road, Kensington, London

Brides the Show
After a sold out show at Battersea Evolution back in Oct 2013, Brides the Show 2014 returns to the renowned venue for two consecutive nights in March. It’s a group effort of Condé Nast’s Brides Magazine, Bobbi Brown, Bruce Russel, Laurent-Perrier, and many more. This extravagance show brings together a renowned selection of wedding designers, stylists, florists, cake makers, and makeup artists. Ramp models will add extra style to catwalk shows, while the beauty experts will provide live exhibitions and interviews.

Location: Battersea Evolution, Battersea Park, Battersea Park, Wandsworth, London
Dates: 22nd March 2014 and 23rd March 2014

Vikings: Life and Legend
Are you a history buff? Then, you can consider this exhibition to discover the Viking world. Swords, axes, coins, jewellery, amulets, and the religious images are just a few things that are on display at the British museum. All these artefacts show how Vikings formed a wide network connecting cultures over four continents. This exhibition also showcases recently uncovered skeletons from a mass grave of executed Vikings near Weymouth in Dorset. The best part is that the British Museum is staging the first exhibition about the warriors in over 30 years.

Dates: 6th March 2014 to 22nd June 2014
Location: British Museum, Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury, London

These are just a few things that will help you to make the most of your London itinerary. To know more about the events, you can check out here.
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