Whether it’s in honour of Mother’s Day, or just for a day out, treat someone to a Sunday roast at The Gilbert Scott. With delicious traditional British food including Yorkshire pudding and roast Angus beef, you can’t go wrong!
Their delicious and fresh menu is great for a late breakfast, early brunch, or if you’re having a relaxing day at home or outside, it’s the ideal place to finish the day with a heavenly cocktail!
The British Library are holding a talk titled Scented Words: Exploring Fragrances in Literature on 27th March. With a new perspective on writing and reading literary works, looking at the world through your nose adds a completely new dimension.
4. A Spring walk along the Regents Canal
Now that it’s officially Spring, head outside for some fresh air and sunshine with the relaxed holiday atmosphere of the canal.
This March you can abseil down the Francis Crick Institute in aid of Cancer Research UK. Sign up early to ensure your place, and get a free T-Shirt!
The GNH Bar in King’s Cross is a great place to relax at the end of the day and enjoy a St Patrick’s Day drink, and still get an early night!
As the home of St Patrick’s Day, O’Neill’s Pub are offering the opportunity to celebrate all week long! Check out their offers and head there for a day – or week – to pack a punch!
Join Martin Bell, a former BBC war correspondent, and Oliver Kamm, a leading columnist and writer for The Times at Kings Place. As part of Jewish Book Week they will be giving a talk on the War and the Death of News.
St Pancras International’s Godiva shop has a heavenly choice of chocolate. Buy your Easter eggs this month to prepare for the ultimate Easter indulgence!
Waitrose has some brilliant courses over March to help you become the next masterchef (in your kitchen, at least!). Choose from Japanese Izakaya, Vegetarian Curry, Middle Eastern Mezze and more!