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What's Happening in March

With March comes daffodils, Mother’s Day, International Women’s Day and indeed cherry blossoms. A particularly special time to visit London and enjoy it as a resident as the sun sets later, the events start hotting up and social lives begin to bloom, once again. 

Mother’s Day Afternoon Tea 
Treat mum to a luxurious afternoon tea in our very own Reform Social & Grill. Flowers and chocolates are just not enough. Treat her to a day out to Marylebone, exploring one of the finest museums Wallace Collection, the shops of Marylebone High Street. And, of course, an afternoon to relax in our luscious leather banquets with a cup of tea, glass of champagne and one of London’s finest afternoon teas, not to mention the fluffiest scones you could ever find. Treat mum this weekend. 
Saturday, 9th March & Sunday 10th March from 12:00 – 17:30
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Affordable Art Fair
Head to Battersea for the Affordable Art Fair and scour art from thousands of original contemporary artists showcased at this exciting art fair. With over 100 leading galleries present, you’re sure to find your perfect piece. Plus, there are curated edits of works under £1,000 and under £500 for any budding collectors, and opportunities to discover exciting emerging talent from the UK’s top graduate artists.
6-10 March
Battersea Evolution, Battersea Park, Queenstown Road, London SW11 4NJ
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Women in Revolt! 
Exhibiting at Tate Britain, this exhibition is  the first of its kind showcasing an inspiring exhibition of a diverse range of artists. Exploring feminist art by over 100 women artists working in the UK, it shines a spotlight on how networks of women used radical ideas and rebellious methods to make an invaluable contribution to British culture. Their art helped fuel the women’s liberation movement during a period of significant social, economic and political change.
Until 7 April 2024
Millbank, London SW1P 4RG
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Swan Lake
 The Royal Ballet’s production of Swan Lake returns to the Royal Opera House’s main stage. Late choreographer Liam Scarlett reimagined Tchaikovsky's legendary score, capturing Prince Siegfried and Odette’s relationship as it unravels over two acts under the malignant influence of Von Rothbart. 
6 March-28 June
Bow St, London WC2E 9DD
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