March London 2022

15+ Inspiring Things To Do In March

15+ Inspiring Things To Do In March

Brilliant things to do in March 2022 in London and Surrey, from great theatre to amazing concerts, comedy and exhibitions…

Fatal Attraction – Oliver Farnworth as Dan Gallagher and Kym Marsh as Alex Forrest (c) Tristram Kenton

Theatre picks in London and Surrey in March 2022

24 Italian Songs and Arias, Battersea Arts Centre, 3 to 19 March 

Performance artist Brian Lobel and soprano Gweneth-Ann Rand join forces to create a show about failure and trying your best. The event takes place in the Members’ Bar and is part of the Pay What You Can scheme, to increase the theatre’s accessibility. No dresscode – but top hats and silk gloves are appreciated! 

Shakespeare In Love, Teddington Theatre Club, 15 to 19 March 

Based on the Oscar-winning film, this production sparks with young local talent! 

Persuasion, Rose Theatre, 26 February – 19 March 

Head to the Rose as Regency ballrooms get swapped for neon lights and bonnets for bikinis. This modern adaptation of this classic novel promises to be both funny and intelligent – Jane Austen for the 21st century. 

Yes, Prime Minister, OSO Arts Centre, 16 – 20 March 

A satire on unscrupulous government, Yes Prime Minister is a full-length stage production based on the famous TV sitcom. Gemma Hacker plays the female Prime Minister who has to face the disruption posed by Sir Humphrey Appleby whilst simultaneously trying to rescue the planet.  

Fatal Attraction, Richmond Theatre, 21 – 26 March 

Based on the classic movie, the new stage play brings this intoxicating thriller to life in Richmond. Coronation Street’s Oliver Farnworth stars as Dan Gallagher, a happily married attorney entangled in a dangerous game with his lover, Alex.  

Carmen and Madama Butterfly, Richmond Theatre, 14 and 15 March 

Richmond Theatre welcomes Bizet and Puccini’s classical operas starring acclaimed performers Maria Davydova, Elena Dee and Ecaterina Timbaliuk. Both productions are sung in their original language with English surtitles. 

Shrek The Musical, Epsom Playhouse 

The fairytale brought to life by Epsom Players! Take your kids and revel in this all-singing, all-dancing musical comedy. Featuring new songs as well as audiences’ favourite “I’m a Believer”, Shrek is a fun show for the young and the old(er) alike.  

School of Rock, New Wimbledon Theatre, 21 – 26 March 

The global hit musical based on the iconic movie comes to Wimbledon for your viewing pleasure. Featuring an amazing cast of young talents, this heart-warming and fabulously funny story of a wannabe-rock-star-turned-teacher is bound to be heaps of fun. 

Outdoors fun in London and Surrey in March 2022

Sikh History Walking Tour – Sikh & Panjabi Pioneers, start at Knightsbridge Underground Station, 13 March 

Do you love long walks? Celebrate International Women’s Day by joining the special tour commemorating histories created by Sikh and Panjabi female pioneers. It takes three to four hours and the important sites include V&A, Nell Gwynn House, Parliament Square and more. Booking essential! 

Designer wedding fayre in support of charity, Cobham, 21 – 27 March

Children’s charity, Shooting Star Children’s Hospices, is hosting a wedding fayre in its Cobham shop. Thousands of pounds in discounts will be available on dozens of designer boutique wedding and bridesmaid dresses, shoes, tiaras, and other wedding items!

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Fabulous events and festivals in London and Surrey in March 2022

Evolution 2022, Lyric Hammersmith, 1 – 4 March 

Evolution Festival is back for its sixth year, showcasing emerging talents across stage and screen.

International Women’s Day at Coppa Club, Putney, 10 March

Personal stylist and TV presenter Charlotte Broadbent will provide tips on how to build a personal brand, improve self-confidence, and enhance influence. Brunch will feature specials from Coppa Club’s new and innovative healthy dishes menu.

Shopping event to celebrate International Women’s Day, Turquoise Holidays, Northcote Road, 11 – 12 March 

A fabulous shopping event featuring small up & coming brands run by women in small businesses. Brands will include Pellegrine, Violet Bee, 46 Stitch, MOI London, Gems of Istanbul, Silk Works London amongst others, plus get some holiday inspiration from the experts at Turquoise.

Gin Cruise, Kingston, 17 March

Take Turks’ famous paddle steamer style vessel, The New Southern Belle, for a Spring Gin River Cruise, with guided gin tasting hosted by Hampton Court Gin founder Simon Marjoram. 18+ only.

BFI Flare: London LGBTIQ+ Film Festival, BFI Southbank, 16 to 27 March  

Celebrate the very best of LGBTQI+ cinema from all over the world. 12 days filled with amazing films, great discussions and a bonanza of special events.  

Surrey Sculpture Society’s Sculpture Showcase, Landmark Arts Centre, 26 February – 6 March

The Surrey Sculpture Society runs their 2022 Sculpture Showcase in the gorgeous cathedral-like setting of the Landmark Arts Centre in Teddington.  The renowned sculptor Kate Viner will be the Signature Artist.
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Shazia Mirza (C) Idil Sukan

Concerts and comedy in London and Surrey in March 2022

Northern Lands, St John The Divine, High Patk, Merton, 19 March

Sacred and secular music from Russia and Scandinavia performed by Morden Park Choral Society. In support of Ukraine, the choir will sing the Ukrainian national anthem at the start, and the proceeds of the raffle will be going to support Ukrainian refugees.

 Ploom Presents Zak Abel, 10 March, The London Reign

Showcasing the next generation of musical and comedic talent, the first Ploom Presents event of 2022 will feature British vocalist Zak Abel joined by prolific dance vocalist Dakota Sixx.

EVENING WITH JAZZ, St Andrew’s Church Wimbledon, 12 March  

A prominent jazz vocalist Katriona Taylor and her musicians perform a blend of jazz, Latin and soul, including songs from her brand new album Blind Passion. Taylor, a confident and sophisticated vocalist, is also an outstanding live performer, captivating audiences with her sultry, smoky voice.  

Shazia Mirza: Coconut, The Harlequin Theatre & Cinema, 11 March 

Nominated for the Best Stand-Up Tour award at The National Comedy Awards 2021, Coconut is a thought-provoking, fearless act for when things get serious. Head to Redhill, as Shazia Mirza explores the world of love, pandemic and Jihadi brides 

Cyril Davies Tribute, Eel Pie Club, 24 March 

One of the most important Eel Pie Club gigs of the year! This tribute to the legendary blues musician Cyril Davies is instrumental in preserving the heritage of UK Rhythm & Blues. Performing are: The Alan Glen/John O’Leary All-stars and a host of other established musicians, including Paul Cox, Laurie Garman, Don Craine and Belinda Campbell.  


Johannes Radebe: Freedom, G-Live, 23 March 

Johannes Radebe, of Strictly fame, comes to Guildford with his explosive debut tour Freedom. Expect everything, from smooth ballroom hits and classic dance arrangements to scorching South African rhythms and fiery Latin.