What to do in London:
March 2016 
Your guide to the best events and things to do in London/Guildford this March. 
By Katie

Take a look at some the fabulous events, exhibitions and celebrations happening around London this March.  

London Drinker Beer and Cider Festival

North London's Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) representatives present their annual beer festival, which will see pint enthusiasts (attempt to) taste their way through more than 150 real ales, ciders, perries and imported beers. A bar dedicated to London beer will represent our flourishing local breweries and a changing menu of homemade food will be on offer to line stomachs. Ticket are only available on the door.
Via: Time Out Website.
Find out more here

Shazia Mirza: The Kardashians Made Me Do It

The Kardashians Made Me Do It is inspired by three girls who left Bethnal Green to join ISIS and an unrelated radio piece Shazia contributed to the BBC which subsequently received a record number of complaints. The show tells of the confusion it caused as she looks into the nature of offence, the dangers of politically correct liberalism versus the sinister and terrifying intrusion of ISIS into the lives of young British Asian women.

Where: SOHO Theatre
When: Until Saturday 5th March
Via: SOHO Theatre website
Find out more here

St. Patricks Day Parade

If anyone knows how to party, it's the Irish, and to celebrate St Patrick's Day in London they go bigger than ever! On the Sunday before the big day (Sunday March 13th) follow the St Patricks Day parade, then head to Trafalgar Square for a whole load of o'craic. There'll be dancing, singing, Irish food and Gaelic-themed things to do with kids - so be sure to go green for one of the best London evens in March. 

Where: Trafalger Square
When: Sunday 13th March
Find out more here
Via; Time Out 

Where's Wally Fun Run

Signing up for any fun run involves a bit of looking like a wally, but for this one you'll really have to get used to it! Walk, run or jog the 5km or 10km course which in 2016 relocated to Clapham Common. All funds raised will go to National Literacy Trust, who will use it to help disadvantaged children learn to read and write. The £22 registration fee includes your 'Where's Wally?' costume and a metal on completion and the event is open to all aged 8 and over!

Where: Clapham Common
When: 20th March 2016
Find out more here

Things to do in Surrey this March
Lee Nelson: Suited and Booted
He has headlined Glastonbury with Kanye West and bribed Sepp Blatter at FIFA's headquaters. Now he's extending his sell-out tour into 2016. Catch Lee Nelson at his absolute best... live and unleashed. 

Where: G Live, Guildford
When: 2nd March 2016
Find out more here


Where next?