Things To Do In London This Weekend: 2-4 March

All weekend


  • The Vintage Kilo Sale is open from 4-7pm at York Hall, Bethnal Green (£1 entry, also open Saturday, 11am-4pm).
  • Escape reality with Fable at Battersea Arts Centre, a fabulous, massive arts party in SW11 (Friday and Saturday at 8pm, £18 adv).


  • Discover Westminster's Top Ten with a guided walk at 11am (£8).
  • Register in advance and it's free entry to the TNT Travel Show at Earl's Court from 9.30am-5.30pm.
  • Tea Dance in Greenwich from 2-4.30pm (£5).
  • Experience songs and storytelling on the rooftop of the empty Brandon Estate, SE17 with Nigel of Bermondsey and Vanessa Woolf-Hoyle from 9.30pm (£2).


  • See famous telly cars like Knight Rider's KITT and ... park up on Queensway for Pit Stop
  • Reverb comes to a choral climax at the Roundhouse with the free Voices Now event (free).
  • It's Bonsai Day at the Garden Museum with an exhibition, demonstrations and the opportunity to create a bonsai (free event, normal museum admission applies).
  • Watch and listen to the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment in rehearsal for their evening Bach concert at Queen Elizabeth Hall from 1.30pm (£5).
  • Purim mask-making is the aim of the family art workshop at Ben Uri Gallery, St John's Wood from 2-4pm (free but donations appreciated).

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