What's on in March?
Fashion Reimagined | 3-9 Mar
New release at the Barbican Cinema! In an examination of the waste-filled fashion industry, designer Amy Powney embarks on a three-year journey to create a fully sustainable clothing collection.
Crossing Voices + Introduction by Abiba Coulibaly | 7 Mar
New release at the Barbican Cinema! Responding to the intersecting crises of urbanisation, migration, and climate, Crossing Voices directed by Raphaël Grisey and Bouba Touré highlights African agency and gazes.
Treading Water | 11-12 Mar
This play by Hypok Theatre explores the impact of climate change on those unable to effect change themselves. The piece asks what we can do as individuals when faced with massive, existential challenges over which we have no control.
WOW London Festival | 10-12 Mar
See world-class speakers, activists, musicians and comedians all in one place for three days of life-changing conversations, incredible performances and interactive workshops. Everyone is welcome!
Womens Day Walking Tour | 8 Mar
This 2.5 hour walking tour, lead by Women of London, will highlight the representation and art of the female artists in the National Gallery’s collection.
BFI Flare: London LGBT Film Festival | 15-26 Mar
Celebration of queer cinema is back at the BFI Southbank and on BFI Player. Flare is an immersive reality to see a world in which LGBTQ+ histories and legacies are truly valued.
The York Literature Festival | 11-27 Mar
Festival with a diverse range of events including talks, lectures, panels, debates, performances, storytelling pieces and workshops.
Queer and There - Free Creative Workshop | 18 Mar
Join Plymouth-based writers Jon Nash and Mich Sanderson to explore the hidden queer histories linked to Plymouth city centre.
Brighton Queer Propaganda | 19 Mar
Hosted by Alfie Sheppard, this workshop is to consider the legacy of print in queer communication and connect people that appreciate engaging with a medium that might expand the dimensions of your work.
Poetry and Stuff - an evening of Performance Poetry - Harry Baker & friends | 23 Mar
World Slam Poetry Champion Harry Baker returns to his spiritual home (Bristol) with TEDx speaker and Cultural Producer Muneera Pilgrim and award-winning spoken word poet Dai Woolridge for an evening of poetry, profundity, performance and a proper good time.
Kate Mosse: Warrior Queens & Quiet Revolutionaries | 24 Mar
International bestselling Author Kate Mosse OBE brings her first ever one woman show to Scarborough.
The Mountain Environment | 25 Mar
Workshop hosted by Jim Langley, will develop your knowledge and understanding of the mountain environment by covering the geological background to the mountains and how people have also influenced its appearance.
Theatrical Perambulation around the black history of Georgian Southampton | 25-26 Mar
A street theatre production about the Black history of Georgian Southampton. Beginning in St Michael’s Square, Bugle Street, Southampton.
People, Planet, Pint: Sustainability Meetup | 30 Mar
No agenda, workshops or webinars. Just chat over some nibbles and beers. Relaxed event brings together those with a shared passion for sustainability in all its forms.
Why Women Grow - Podcast by Alice Vincent
Podcast discussing gardening through a feminist perspective. Discusses resistance, motherhood, spirituality and how it is all interconnected for women to grow.
ZOE: Science and Nutrition - Podcast by Jonathan Wolf
The world's top scientists explain the latest health, nutrition, and gut health research in an accessible way to help you improve your health.