What’s On: January – March

What’s On In January – March

All year round there is always so much to do in London, you can never be bored! But if you need a few ideas, we’ve put a list of what’s on in January to March, including some of our favourite events and things to do in London.


View the breath-taking works of art at the Winter Lights located throughout Canary Wharf.

  • Price: Free
  • Opening Times: 5pm – 10pm
  • Dates: 16th – 27th January
  • Transport: Grab the Piccadilly from Covent Garden

Lighting up the city and transforming London into a piece of art, Lumiere is not to be missed!

  • Price: Free
  • Opening Times: From sunset onwards
  • Dates: 18th-21st January
  • Transport: Variously placed around London (download the app!), but it starts in the West End, only a few minutes walk away.

The London Art Fair is back once again, showing and selling contemporary and modern art. Not to be missed!

  • Price: From £29.50
  • Opening Times: 11 am – 9 pm
  • Dates: 16th January – 21st January
  • Transport: Hop on the Piccadilly from Covent Garden and head for Angel Station on the Northern Line

View the best in UK short-film making at the London Short Film Festival

  • Price: From £8
  • Opening Times: Various
  • Date: 12th – 21st January
  • Transport: Various – Check the listings!

The annual Scottish tradition of Burns Night is a great excuse for a celebration. It falls on the 25th January every year and will be celebrated all over London. Some of the highlights are:



Ring in the Year of the Dog at the Chinese New Year Celebrations! This family-friendly event is always full of food, colourful parades and joyful festivities.

  • Price: Mostly free, some events may have a cost
  • Opening Times: All day
  • Dates: 16th – 18th February
  • Transport: 11-minute walk to China Town

See all the latest and cutting-edge trends at London Fashion Week.

  • Price: Free
  • Opening Times: Various
  • Dates: 16th – 20th February
  • Transport: Various depending on location

View all of your favourite and rare cars at the famous London Classic Car Show.

  • Price: from £42
  • Opening Times: 10am – 6.30pm
  • Dates: 15th – 18th February
  • Transport: Hop on the Northern Line from Charing Cross and make your way towards ExCel London (you’ll need to make a few quick changes on the way)

Discover the magic at the WB Studio Harry Potter Tour, it’s the perfect day for the Potterhead in your life.

  • Price: Adult tickets from £41, family tickets from £126
  • Opening Times: Various
  • Dates: Book early! Limited dates through 2018
  • Transport: Hop on the Northern Line from Charing Cross, and head for Watford Junction



The Irish have always known how to party, so celebrate St Patricks Day at the St Patricks Day London Parade and Festival.

  • Price: Free
  • Opening Times: Various
  • Dates: 16th – 18th March
  • Transport: An 8-minute walk to Trafalgar Square

Spectate one of the most famous and highly anticipated boat races at the Oxford Cambridge Boat Race.

  • Price: Free
  • Opening Times: First race at 4.31pm, get there early for a good spot!
  • Dates: 24th March
  • Transport: Grab the District Line from Embankment Station and get off in Fulham

Grab a pint with friends at London Beer Week.

  • Price: From £5
  • Opening Times: Various
  • Dates: 12th – 18th March
  • Transport: Various – check the website for events!

From food to music and even Easter egg hunts, Easter Week is always a family friendly event in London. Don’t miss out on the various events from 30th March – 2nd

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