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5 Things to Do In London: March 2020

London is an incredibly vibrant city filled with lots of diversity and culture. Student life in London is never dull, there’s always great events happening across London and as students, there’s a lot to get up too! It’s even more exciting as students as you have a brand new city to explore and new characters to meet.
We’ve put together a little list of what’s on in London in March:

    1. Lightopia Festival London: 22nd Jan-1st March 2020

The Lightopia Festival in Chiswick takes all things lanterns and lights to a whole new level! For just a small booking fee, you can immerse yourself in a one mile long festival of pretty cool looking 3D light sculptures. The visually dramatic lights feature different shapes from artistic animals to interactive flowers, in amongst other installations. The creations are perfectly synced with music to create a magical wonderland. In addition to the lights, the organisers have included live entertainment, rides and plenty of refreshments!
The Lightopia Festival is perfect for those looking to have a romantic night out or a fun family evening.

    1. Vegan Life Live 2020: 14th & 15th March 2020

The Vegan Life Live 2020 takes place in the world renowned Alexandra Palace and is a must visit for Vegans, those interested in Veganism or if you’re simply wanting to have a good day out filled with great food. Veganism is a growing concept that many are implementing into their lives and the Exhibition helps showcase many different aspects of Vegan Life. There’s sure to be great Vegan food to help tickle your taste buds!

    1. St Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival: 15th March 2020

Although St Patrick’s Day falls on Tuesday 17th March this year, an extravagant parade and festival will be held Sunday 15th March at the iconic London location of Trafalgar Square. This free parade and festival celebrates the wonderful Irish culture in all its glory and pays homage to the Irish Patron Saint; Saint Patrick. Do pop along for a festival featuring Irish food and dancing and a parade filled with captivating floats and music.

    1. London Book Fair: 10th-12th March 2020

This event is perfect for those who love reading and all things books. The London Book Fair takes place in Olympia London, based in Kensington. It features a range of content across print, audio, TV, film and digital channels as well as over 200 seminars. You will be sure to gain a wealth of knowledge and leave feeling inspired.

    1. Holi Colour Dance Festival: 15th March 2020

Holi is the Hindu festival of colour and marks the beginning of Spring. Across the globe, many individuals and families celebrate the festival of Holi by throwing colour and creating vibrancy. This year, the Holi Colour Dance Festival takes place at Byron Hall in Harrow Leisure Centre and features dance, live music, food and drink and complementary powder colours to help you get into the spirit!

Regent College London also have some great events over March that are taking place across campuses. Feel free to register and pop along to them:
Student Business Exhibition:
The Student Business Exhibition is an exclusive event held by Regent College London and it’s a great chance to:

  • Promote your business
  • Gain advice if you’re an aspiring business owner
  • Network with established business owners


The event will be held across 3 of our locations:

  • Wembley Campus (Tuesday 17th March 13:00-14:30 & Thursday 19th March 13:00-14:30) bit.ly/2OsIPqR
  • London Campus (Monday 30th March 16:30-18:30) bit.ly/37TrvDb
  • Kingsbury Campus (Saturday 21st March 13:00-16:00) bit.ly/31u7p02

To register your attendance, follow the links above. It’s going to be an exciting event for those involved, we hope to see you there!
For any enquiries, please contact: akosua.bonsu@rcl.ac.uk
E-Poster Academic Exhibition
An event created for both academics and students to help showcase research projects, network with individuals and much more!
The exhibition will be held on Saturday 7th March at:
153 Great Titchfield Street,
From 1pm to 4pm
For further information, please contact: Rula.Alousi@rcl.ac.uk