Close this search box.

What’s On In Buckinghamshire & Berkshire In March

ishouldbesolucky prod


Wildlife Photographer of the Year

mason bee

March 1-April 14

The Base, Greenham

The world-renowned exhibition Wildlife Photographer of the Year, on loan from the Natural History Museum in London, heads to The Base, Greenham, featuring exceptional images which capture fascinating animal behaviour, spectacular species, and the breathtaking diversity of the natural world. Using photography’s unique emotive power to engage and inspire audiences, the images illuminate stories and species worldwide and encourage a future of advocating for the planet.


I Should Be So Lucky

ishouldbesolucky prod

March 5-9

Milton Keynes Theatre

Head from the aisle to the Isles in the official Stock Aitken Waterman musical featuring the

soundtrack of a generation with music from pop royalty, including Kylie Minogue (I Should Be So Lucky), Rick Astley (Never Gonna Give You Up), Jason Donovan (Especially for You), Bananarama (Love In The First Degree) and more, all intertwined in an original story of love, laughter and last-minute getaways.


Young Minds Creative Arts

young minds

Until March 31

MK Gallery

Residents of the YMCA Milton Keynes set up this project to help express themselves through art. Throughout this project, their young people can create any art piece they desire. This project has enabled young people to build many positive connections with others in the group and build good friendships, boosting their well-being and confidence.


Sherlock Holmes and the Poison Wood

sherlock holmes

Until March 16

The Watermill Theatre

A new whip-smart and wickedly funny rock musical. London 2024. Doggedly pursuing success as a private detective, Sherlock Holmes is faced with a new case; an unexplained death in the infamous environmental protest camp at Oakenwood. Supported by his media-savvy landlady, Dr. Watson, Sherlock’s keen eye for detail and tireless pursuit of the truth have brought a growing online fandom and an uncomfortable intrusion into his private life.


The Music of James Bond

music of bond

March 13

Wycombe Swan

‘From Russia With Love’ comes this incredible night of best-loved Bond themes, featuring a spellbinding live cast of West End singers and an incredible live band, live at Wycombe Swan by candlelight. Guaranteed to leave you on an ‘All Time High’, this concert will include some of the most iconic songs of all time… Goldeneye, Tomorrow Never Dies, A View to A Kill, Diamonds Are Forever, Skyfall and many more.




March 22-24

South Hill Park

Napoleon Bonaparte’s origins and swift, ruthless climb to the emperor are viewed through the prism of his addictive and often volatile relationship with his wife and one true love, Josephine. This spectacle-filled action epic showcases some of the most dynamic practical battle sequences ever filmed, necessitating viewing on the big screen.


Comedy Night

noel james

March 22

Wokefield Estate

Wokefield Estate is delighted to be hosting its very first Comedy Night with a stellar line-up of comedians: Abi Carter Simpson, 2023 Britain’s Got Talent semi-finalist; Noel James (pictured), best described as bizarre, funny, and damn right ridiculous; and Mike McClean, one of the best and funniest mind readers, think Derren Brown but cheaper and naughtier!


Starter’s orders


Ascot’s Spring Family Raceday returns on March 24

There will be plenty to keep everyone entertained at Ascot Racecourse this spring, with the first family day of 2024 featuring an exciting appearance at intervals from the beloved children’s book character The Gruffalo. The Spring Family Raceday will be full of exhilarating racing and an impressive range of entertainment for kids, parents, and grandparents alike. Racegoers can look forward to a dynamic race card and other countryside-themed attractions.

Ascot Racecourse’s family days have earned themselves a reputation for being unrivaled and the ultimate quintessentially English day out with first-class facilities. Children who receive free entry with a paying adult can participate in a wide range of attractions within the Queen Anne Enclosure. Most notable is the opportunity for a meet and greet with The Gruffalo, guaranteed to leave smiles all around. Arts, crafts, film screenings in The Pavilion, balloon modeling, face painting, and a climbing wall will complete the perfect day out. From tots to teens, there is something for everyone.

Alongside the host of activities on offer, action awaits on the course as the 2023/24 Jumps season comes to a thrilling close with a varied and competitive seven-race card. Attendees can look forward to a high-value juvenile hurdle, which often features runners from the Cheltenham Festival, and give a hearty cheer for some old favourites during the Veterans’ Chase.

Ascot’s Spring Family Raceday is an affordable and fun intergenerational day out, which promises to bring everyone together and create unforgettable family memories.

Share this Article

Written by
Must Read

You May Also Like

Did you know you can now buy or subscribe to our printed issues?


Subscribe to our newsletter

Sign up to our monthly newsletter to find out what’s on your local area, exclusive competitions, the latest launches and much more!

Select the areas you want to hear about