What's On in West London | March 2024

What’s On in West London | March 2024

Discover all that West London has to offer with our what’s on in West London | March 2024 guide.

With spring around the corner, there are plenty of exciting events and activities to look forward to. From live music performances and comedy shows to art exhibitions, pottery making experiences and Easter trails, we highlight some of the many exciting events across West London in our what’s on in West London | March 2024 guide.

What’s On in Hammersmith in March 2024

If you’re looking for some exciting things to do in Hammersmith in March, you’re in luck! From fan zones for the world-renowned boat race to entertaining comedy evenings, lively jazz nights, and new plays, we outline some of the upcoming events.

Riverside Studios

S3 Underground

Friday 1st March

Listen to up and coming artists and dance the night away on some feel good vibes as S3 hosts an evening of live music at Riverside Studios.

Riverside Studios

Amore: Jazz and World Music Night

Saturday 2nd March and Saturday 16th March

Riverside Studios is hosting an eclectic line up of jazz, funk and soul bands, singer-songwriters, poets and spoken-word artists.

Find out more about the evening here.

Jazz nights

Lyric Theatre

For the Culture: For the Comedy

Monday 4th March

Head to the Lyric Theatre for a hilarious night of comedy for an excellent cause.

Comedians include Dana Alexander (as seen on Russell Howard’s Good News and The Culture Show), Dane Baptiste (Live at the Apollo and Mock the Week), Darren Harriott (Love Island Aftersun and C4’s The Last Leg), Aurie Styla (Jonathan Ross’ Comedy Club and C4’s Black, British and Funny), Slim (Live at the Apollo and C4’s Black, British and Funny), Sharon Wanjohi (Comedy Central Live and The Stand Up Sketch Show).

The comedy night is a fundraising event for the Lyric’s ‘For the Culture: Celebrations of Blackness’ Festival – a programme honouring Blackness through art, performance, conversation, love, and joy.

Find out more about the comedy night and how to book tickets here.

Irish Cultural Centre

International Women’s Day 2024: Come Here ‘Til I Tell Ya

Friday 8th March

The Irish Cultural Centre is hosting an evening of storytelling, poetry and revelry, celebrating the creativity and power of Irish women.

Find out more about the event and how to book tickets here.

Furnivall Gardens

Women’s Eights Head of the River Race

Saturday 9th March

Get ready to cheer on your favourite teams at the world’s largest women’s rowing race.

The race originated in the 1930s with only 5 crews participating and now boasts around 2,880 women racing and up to 320 crews taking part. It is also the only race in the UK where people can compete with Olympic champions on the same track, making it a truly unique event that attracts rowers from all clubs and universities.

The race runs from Mortlake to Putney, offering plenty of opportunities to spectate along the riverside. One spot is Furnivall Gardens, which offers prime viewing spots.

Find out more about the race here.

Eventim Apollo

Calum Scott

Tuesday 12th March

Calum Scott, a multi-BRIT nominated and multi-platinum singer-songwriter, is performing a one-off headline show at Eventim Apollo.

Find out more about this performance and book tickets here.

Irish Cultural Centre

Comedy with Ardal O’Hanlon, Support from Grace Mulvey and Caroline McEvoy

Friday 15th March

Join Ardal O’Hanlon, a stand up comedian and star of such shows as Father Ted, Death in Paradise, and recently seen in Taskmaster and Would I Lie to You, at the Irish Cultural Centre for his acclaimed comedy show.

Joining Ardal O’Hanlon are stand up comedians Caroline McEvoy and Grace Mulvey, and a special guest MC, who is soon to be announced.

What's on in Hammersmith

Riverside Studios

The Motive and the cue

Thursday 21st March

A new play by Jack Thornem directed by Sam Mendes.

The play is set in 1964 and follows Richard Burton, newly married to Elizabeth Taylor, who is to play the title role in an experimental new Broadway production of Hamlet. But as rehearsals progress, two ages of theatre collide, and the collaboration between actor and director John Gielgud soon threatens to unravel.

Find out more and book tickets here.

Jazz Cafe POSK

Jazz Spring 2024 Concert: Her Song

Monday 25th March

In a month that marks International Women’s Day, and hot on the heels of a Grammys dominated by female artists, Addison Jazz celebrates female composers and arrangers with Her Song, a concert that ranges from the up tempo I Feel the Earth Move Under My Feet and Ain’t No Mountain High Enough through to the reflective Blue Motel Room from Joni Mitchell.

Find out more about the concert and how to book tickets here.

Eventim Apollo

Madison Beer

Monday 25th March

Madison Beer, a platinum-selling recording artist, songwriter and producer, is performing at Eventim Apollo as part of her global ‘The Spinnin Tour’.

Bishops Park and Furnivall Gardens Fan Zone

The Gemini Boat Race

Saturday 30th March

Join thousands of spectators to watch The Gemini Boat Race, one of the world’s oldest and most famous amateur sporting events between the Oxford and Cambridge University.

The race takes place between Putney and Mortlake, with the women’s race beginning at 2.45 pm and the men’s at 3.45 pm.

The fan zones in both Bishops Park and Furnivall Gardens offer spectators a place to enjoy food, drink and entertainment in between the races.

What’s On in Shepherd’s Bush in March 2024

Shepherd’s Bush has plenty of events and activities to fill your diaries in March. From art exhibitions and bock print workshops to live performances by well-known musicians, we highlight some of the upcoming events in W12.

O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire

Sooshi Mango Off the Boat World Tour

Monday 4th March – Tuesday 5th March

From what started as a fun hobby to becoming well-known globally for their loveable and relatable characters, Sooshi Mango, a Melbourne-based comedy trio consisting of two brothers and their best friend, are performing in Shepherd’s Bush as part of their global tour.

Find out more and book tickets here.


Spring Sipping

Wednesday 6th March

As the season changes, explore some of the most popular Spring tipples. You’ll get two delicious wines and two unique cocktails.

Find out more about this event here.

Kindred Studios

A Seat At My Table – Women’s History Month art exhibition

Thursday 7th March – Monday 8th April

Head to Kindred Studios for an inspiring exhibition by talented local female artists, taking inspiration from the installation ‘The Dinner Party’ by Judy Chicago.

The open evening, which takes place on Thursday 7th March, is a wonderful opportunity to meet some of the artists presenting their work, and ask them questions about their experiences in the art world. The event is free to attend and includes a complimentary drink upon entry.

Find out more about this event here.

Kite Studios

Introduction to Wood Block Printing Workshop

Friday 8th March

Try a new skill and meet new people at the wood block printing workshops.

In the workshop, you’ll be creating some amazing prints and patterns on an organic cotton tea towel or bag with their wood blocks sourced from India. No prior experience is required, everyone is welcome.

Find out more about the workshop and how to get involved here.

O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire


Saturday 9th March

Latvian pop-rock band BrainStorm (Prāta Vētra) are performing their latest releases Pagalmi and Lonesome Moon (Gads bez kalendāra), in addition to their most popular hits and songs, in Shepherd’s Bush.

Find out more or book tickets here.

Bush Hall

Dean Lewis

Monday 25th March

Dean Lewis, an Australian singer-songwriter well known globally for his soulful songs “Waves” and “Be Alright”, will be performing at Bush Hall.

Hear him play his greatest hits alongside some of his unreleased songs live at this exclusive event.

Book tickets and learn more about the event here.

What’s On in Chiswick in March 2024

Whatever you’re looking to do in March, there are an abundance of events and family-friendly activities taking place across Chiswick. From pottery sessions and painting workshops to Easter quests for all the family, we highlight some of the exciting upcoming events in W4.

Theatre at the Tabard

Primary School Assembly Bangers with James Partridge

Sunday 3rd March

James Partridge returns after two sell out shows to Theatre at the Tabard.

Journey back to your Primary School days as you enjoy some joyous singalong tunes and other musical mashups. While you won’t need to sit cross-legged on the school hall floor, you will be encouraged to sing along!

Book tickets or find out more here.

The George IV

Kid’s Table

Every Sunday

If you’re looking for a family-friendly dining experience, look no further than the George IV.

Every Sunday, The George IV hosts the kids’ table, an event aimed to help adults enjoy a stress-free meal while their little ones are entertained for free.

St Peter’s Church, W4

Sing, Mortals! Concert

Saturday 16th March

The Addison Singers Classical Choirs embark on a joint concert programme encompassing a wide range of repertoire dedicated to the making and performing of music. In May, they will take this programme to Seville, Andalucia, where they look forward to basking in the warmth of the sun and extolling the joys of Spanish and English choral repertory to their audience.

Find out more about the concert and how to book tickets here.

Room 2 Chiswick

Mindful Calligraphy Workshop

Wednesday 20th March

Join Laura Edralin, a local calligraphy artist who will guide you through the essentials to create beautiful modern brush scripts.

Book your tickets or find out more about the workshop here.

Chiswick Cinema

Weekend screening

Wednesday 20th March and Monday 25th March

Chiswick Cinema has announced its new LGBTQI+ film club.

The film club is a collaboration between The Chiswick Cinema and Peccadillo Pictures and will bring the latest in LGBTQ+ cinema to West London, as well as some handpicked classics.

Screenings are open to everyone and we’ll include recorded Q&A opportunities with cast and crew where possible.

Find out more about the film club here.

Theatre at the Tabard

Confessions of a Teletubby

Sunday 24th March

Fresh from sell-out shows, Confessions of a Teletubby, with Nikky Smedley who played LaaLaa (the yellow Teletubby) explores what went on behind the scenes of one of the most globally successful TV shows.

Having played in the original series for six years, Nikky opens up about how she got the job by dressing as a bistro table; what it was really like inside the Tubby suits; why children loved the show so much and more.

Book your tickets or find out more here.

Chiswick Art School

Life Drawing and Painting

Saturday 24th March

Under the direction of a skilled tutor, this class offers you the opportunity to paint or draw from a life model and to push the limits of your vision and technique.

Easels, boards, chairs, tables and sketching paper are provided. Please bring your own drawing or painting materials.

Chiswick House and Gardens

Easter Quest

Friday 29th March – Monday 1st April

Bring your family and friends this Easter weekend for a journey around the gardens, answering hidden questions and searching for Easter eggs. Complete the quest and you’ll be rewarded with a delicious chocolate treat.

Find out more about this all accessible quest here.

Chiswick Art School

Three Hour Pottery Tasters

Saturday 30th March

Unleash your inner artist and learn to throw on the wheel with an experienced potter. All equipment included.

Find out more about the pottery taster classes and how to book here.

What's On in West London | March 2024. Pottery classes

What’s On in West London | March 2024

From artists’ opening nights to community walks and nature trails, we highlight what’s on in West London | March 2024

Mother Rugger Gallery and Homewear

Celia Pickering Opening Night

Friday 1st March

Emerging artist Celia Martine Pickering, will be holding her first solo show ‘Unashamedly Colourful’ this March, in Brentford’s newest development and trending new gallery and homewear shop, Mother Rugger. 

Celia is best known for her very popular and affordable, London botanical prints collection, including cards and tea towels. All of Celia’s prints have come from sections of her original paintings, all representing her passion for London’s parks, green spaces and gardens. During Celia’s show, she will be launching her new London, Brentford Design. Along with the original Brentford inspired painting. 

Celia’s original artworks can be found all year round at The Old Cinema, Chiswick High Road and during her annual open house, with Artist at Home (June). Celia sells her artwork over a mixture of platforms, including her Instagram @celiamartinepiceringart and webpage www.celiamartinepickering.com

Boston Manor House

Boston Manor House to Osterley Park Community Walk

Saturday 2nd March

Every first Saturday of every month, between 11 am – 12.30 pm, a group take a walk through Boston Manor Park, along the Grand Union Canal and crosses over to the other side of the River Brent to Osterley Park. These walks are suitable for any ability.

Find out more about the walk and how to get involved here.

Brentford Leisure Centre

Kayaking pool session

Thursday 7th March

Head to Brentford Leisure Centre to try kayaking for the first time or, for more experienced paddlers, practice different strokes, edging, bracing, rescues, rolls and more.

Find out more about these sessions and how to book here.

Kew Gardens

Sounds of blossom

Saturday 23rd March – Sunday 14th April

Celebrate the arrival of spring, by wandering amongst the trees in Kew Gardens – admire the pastel colours, hear the gentle music and smell the sweet scents on the breeze. 

For live music, wellbeing events and talks from Kew horticulturists and scientists, visit Kew Gardens on the weekend.

Find out more here.

What's On in West London | March 2024. Kew Gardens, Spring

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