[Feeling Spring-ish. Virjen_P]
Happy St Paddy’s Day guys! Check out our lovely list to keep yourself entertained today, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
A dance with a view: Silent Disco at The View from The Shard.
Enjoy the festival of colours from the safety of a party pod: The House of Holi, Devonshire Square.
Woop! Woop! It’s still Women’s History Month!
The BBC found Sasquatch: Shooting Bigfoot at Frontline Club, Paddington.
Smoooooth jazz: Monday Night Jam Session And Jazz Workshop at The Hideaway, Streatham.
From one poet to another: John Hegley at Keats House, Betsey Trotwood, Farringdon.
From Ancient Egypt & Africa to Britain: A Fusion of Worlds opens at the Wilkins Building, Euston.
Hello Vogueing, meet Yoga: Throw shapes at Voga, Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club.
Jerry Brotton, Lisa Jardine and Grayson Perry talk Objects as Evidence of Themselves at Sir John Soane’s Museum.
A whole new newscape: Learn how Digital Natives are Redefining News at the Frontline Club, Paddington.
Take a sprightly choir course: Spring Chirp at The Pullens Centre, Elephant & Castle.
Pig out at Porky’s rib eating contest, Man vs Ribs, Camden.
Get your geek on at this week’s Nerd Nite London talk, Paper Dress Vintage, Old Street.
Learn about Secrets from the Soul: The Cutting Tradition, The Grant Museum of Zoology, Fitzrovia.
All hands on gluesticks: Head to a Creative Taster for Adults on Pop Art Collage, the Fashion and Textile Museum, London Bridge.
Inspired by the movie? Make LEGO Robots at Drink Shop & Do, King’s Cross.
Or, head on a Historic Almshouse Tour at the Geffrye Museum, Hoxton.
Live the Wes Anderson dream: Secret Cinema: The Grand Budapest Hotel, Barbican.
Get switched on at lecture Plug in Your Brain: The Examined Life, the University of Westminster.
Foray into femininity at the Spirit of Womanhood Exhibition, Gallery@oxo, Waterloo.
Hearing and healing: Discover what links Music and Medicine, The Academy Of Medical Sciences, Marylebone.
Get your stitch on at the Creative Knitting Drop-in at the Hackney Museum.
Watch an Illustrated Talk on London’s Myths & Legends, the Guildhall Library, Clerkenwell.
Have a laugh with the littl’uns at Comedy Club 4 Kids, Fortismere School, East Finchley.
See this week’s best new art: RCA Secret at the Royal College of Art, Battersea; Welcome to Iraq at the South London Gallery, Peckham; Renaissance Impressions at the Royal Academy of Arts, Piccadilly; and 17 more.
Don’t miss screenings at the Human Rights Watch Film Festival at The Ritzy, Brixton (Tues and Thurs).
The Country Living Spring Fair kicks off at the Business Design Centre, Islington (from Wed).
For King and Country? opens at the Jewish Museum, Camden, on Wednesday.
And The Art of Dining: ‘Say Cheese’ opens its doors at the Rose Lipman Building, Haggerston (from Wed).
Meanwhile, don’t miss out on the best of the blog!