Saturday 8th of May 2021
Little London Whispers

March’s Super Seven things to do in London

Art of the Brick returns to London’s Southbank, this time full of Super Heroes. If you haven’t been before, it should be on your absolute must do.. It is brilliant & creative – a whole lot of fun for everyone! Blog post will be up this weekend.

Women of the World : 7-12 March London’s Southbank celebrate International Women’s Day with talks and events over the whole week. Be inspired, learn, empower, celebrate achievements and help support others to reach their full potential.


David Hockney at Tate Britain : Book a curator’s talk on 20 March. Be taken around the exhibition by the curator Andrew Wilson of the British artists most comprehensive retrospective work to date. Tickets are £28 Book HERE

 • Did you know it’s the Year of Indian Culture. Linking in with the Kipling Exhibition on at the moment, the talk we’ve picked out is at the V&A on 16 March called Ribeiro talk : A celebration of Life, Love & Passion. Tickets are £7 Book HERE

British Museum The American Dream 9 March – 18 June; Pop to present 60 years of superpower.

• Head of the River: Saturday 25 March at 2pm. On a nice day, this is a fabulous event to go and watch. The reverse route to the London Boat Race in April. It’s the top rowers from schools and university’s around the country racing from Chiswick to Putney

• Mother’s Day : 26 March. Sky is the limit for your mother, so book a table at the SKY GARDEN. A beautiful location and the 360 views of London are stunning

THE GIRLS : This is a fabulous musical – you will shed tears of empathy and tears of laughter for this feel good show on at the Phoenix Theatre. Deservedly they have had over 200 5 star reviews, and by going to see it, a percentage of every ticket sale goes towards BLOODWISE. Supporting something so worthwhile, whilst having a brilliant evening, what is there not to like already. We loved it, so what a great idea for Mother’s Day – from one mother to another…

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