2014 London Events – March

London is a throbbing and dynamic city that is full of all types of events throughout the year. You can never be bored in the city as you will always find something or the other to see or to do, be it film releases, restaurant openings, new theatrical productions, art exhibitions or even sports events. The line up of events grows as the winter fades and spring sets in and beginning March, the list of events starts growing. 2014 London events in March promise to be interesting, exhilarating and amazing. Some of the upcoming events are being enumerated below.

The British Museum’s first collection on Vikings in more than 30 years opens this March, entitled Vikings: life and Legend. The show is on from Thu Mar 6 – Sun Jun 22. After a smashing performance in Greenwich for six nights in 2013, Beyonce is back at O2 Peninsula Square from Feb 28 to Mar 6. A film based on the story of Noah’s Ark and starring Russell Crowe and Emma Watson will be released in cinemas nationwide during March. William Kent: Designing Georgian Britain is a new collection that explores the life and works of William Kent which will be released at the V&A Cromwell this spring.

The other 2014 London Events in March include Travelling to the Wonderland: Xu Bing Installation at the V&A, The Alternative London Tour, Mind Maps: Stories from Psychology, Made in London: Jewellery Now, Extremes, Dale Chihuly: Beyond the Object, Gingerline: the Hideout, Collider, Britain: One Million Years of the Human Story, Silent Disco at the View from the Shard and many other events.

By staying at any of the London accommodations whether it is budget hotels in London or Paddington Court rooms, you can enjoy these events very conveniently.

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