Watch 'Mamma Mia' for Mother's Day at South Place Cinema - 11th March
Why not do something different to the usual flowers and chocolates for your mum this Mother's Day, and treat yourself at the same time? Take her to South Place Cinema for a two-course dinner, complete with a goody bag and relax in front of 'Mamma Mia!' with cocktails and popcorn. Tickets are £49 which includes entry to the cinema, the gift bag, a welcome cocktail and popcorn. (OR failing that, get her a beautiful new watch ;) complete with personal engraving.)
Continuing with the movie night theme, we bet you've never watched a sci-fi film whilst sat under Hope the blue whale in the Natural History Museum have you?! Prepare to be thrilled with heart-warming classics, terrifying alien encounters and a journey through the vastness of space. Complete with bar to grab a drink and snack it'll be a movie night with a difference.
Whether you're Irish or not who doesn't love a good excuse to celebrate! London’s St Patrick’s Day parade lines the streets from Piccadilly to Trafalgar Square and cheers on a stream of leprechaun floats, traditional musicians and squads of Irish dancers. A street food market and a ‘tea tent’ will conveniently surround the main stage at Trafalgar Square, which features a line-up of Irish bands. Basically, it’s a huge, lively, chaotic one-day festival, with Gaelic green pints.
90's karaoke Night at Scala, Kings Cross - 24th March
Three rooms of karaoke for the fun loving 90's kids (or anyone who loves the 90's!) In Room One you'll find candy floss plus a face painting (before midnight). The main event - karaoke will have a variety of 90's hits; hip-hop, RnB and pop. If karaoke isn't quite your thing, don't worry the 'afterparty'; after 12:30 promises to blast all the best in music, karaoke free! Room Two is full of typical 90's games, think Super Nintendo, PS1, Giant Connect 4 and Jumbo Jenga to name a few. Snap some memories in Room Three - the 90's themed professional photo booth.
The Yonce experience - 28th March
Die-hard Beyonce fan? Or even if you just love a good dance to 'Single Ladies' this one's for you. Dance the night away at the Ultimate Bey party at The Yonce Experience in Shoreditch.
They promise all the hits (Destiny's child included) 10 til 3am so everyone can be Sasha Fierce for one night.
If you're up for something a little different (well tbh, a lot different), why not try London's first immersive theatrical cocktail bar which allows you (with the help of the guards) to smuggle in your liquor of choice which the bar staff will then use to create your drinks with. Dress in orange jumpsuits and be fully (well, kind of) immersed in Alcotraz prison life.
With selections of specially chosen wines for you to taste, the winemakers delve into the complexities involved in blending traditional and modern winemaking techniques; reflected throughout their wine collections, these evenings are totally unique and memorable. Enjoy the beautiful sunset whilst drinking your favourite wines.