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March in London looking sweet!

February is not over yet, only the brave ones got rid of their winter coats and the air is still cold… but the days are slowly getting longer and March is knocking at our doors! So here is a little selection of what you can do to keep yourself entertained next month – please comment with more suggestions!

Beyoncé at O2 Arena 

Mrs Carter comes back to London with her latest album. Tickets at the arena are almost completely sold out – not bad for a 6 day event! For a chance to get lucky, check here. Queen B won’t disappoint us!

Editors at the Roundhouse

The iconic London venue will host the band from Birminghm on Tuesday 18th and Wednesday 19th March. Tickets are still available (Tuesday only!) here. This is just a warm-up for the lads: they will in fact be heading to The Netherlands for this year’s edition of Pinkpop.

Game of Thrones night at The Book Club

The club, located in the hearth of Shoreditch, is hosting a night with episode screenings and games galore – this is a one-off event so if you are already counting down the days until Season 4 begins, do not miss out! Quiz winners will be rewarded with a ton of Game of Thrones themed prizes!

St Patrick’s day

Who doesn’t have an irish friend who is always down for a pint? The 17th of March is the right day to celebrate together the Irish saint then! Festivities, free performances, parades and events of all sorts will populate Uk cities and venues. Grab a guinness and a green outfit and you are ready to go! Fancy a weekend abroad? Maybe it’s the right time to go and celebrate your part of irishness somewhere in Ireland. At the end of the day, it’s just an hour on a plane away… Here you can find details on Dublin’s celebrations.

Bastille at Alexandra Palace

The solo project started by singer Dan Smith in 2012 quickly became a rock band that we now know as Bastille. After a summer of music festivals now they are in the middle of a world tour – next is Europe (from France to Italy) and then the States. Busy times!

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