What’s on in London this March?

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Barbara Kruger’s Thought-Provoking Exhibition at Serpentine South



Explore the groundbreaking installations and multimedia works of Barbara Kruger at her first solo institutional show in London in over 20 years. Immerse yourself in the artist’s iconic pieces from the 1980s, reimagined through video replays and soundscapes.


Discover Tropical Modernism at the Victoria & Albert Museum

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From March 2

Dive into the world of Tropical Modernism with a significant architecture exhibition. Learn about its colonial roots in British West Africa and how the style evolved to represent the aspiration and autonomy of nations like India and Ghana post-independence.


Sargent and Fashion: A Stylistic Exploration at Tate Modern

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To July 7

Visit the Tate Modern for an exclusive exhibition on the influential portrait painter John Singer Sargent. See how Sargent innovatively used fashion to craft the personas his subjects presented to the world.


Celebrate Contemporary Creativity at the Affordable Art Fair

March 6-10

Marking its 25th anniversary, the Affordable Art Fair returns to Battersea Park. Discover contemporary art pieces from over 113 galleries, with thousands of accessible artworks ranging from £50 to £7,500.


Experience the Magical Swan Lake at the Royal Opera House

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March 6 – May 18                

This reimagining of Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov’s towering masterpiece by Liam. The Royal Opera House presents a breathtaking production of Swan Lake, remastered by the late choreographer Liam Scarlett. Surrender to the beauty of Tchaikovsky’s score, stunning pas de deux, and atmospheric ensemble performances.


STITCHES: A Tender Tale at Hope Theatre

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To March 9

Attend the Hope Theatre for ‘STITCHES,’ a poignant play that explores the evolution of relationships through the eyes of a teddy bear. Witness a story of growth, the passage of time, and the enduring presence of childhood companions.


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