Over the next few months you’ll be able to see some of the best events the city has to offer. A stay in London can mean a wealth of choice for great things to do and whilst some of it may be tourist fodder, there will be some that really stand out as truly unique experiences for you. Whether you’re taking some time out from busy corporate meetings or are on holiday with loved ones, there is plenty to do over February and March in the city. Below we give you some of our personal picks and some of the most hotly tipped London events.

Classic Car show

If you’re into your cars, then the Classic Car Show at ExCeL London from the 15th to the 18th of February is the place for you. Here you can attend lectures and showrooms whilst also investing in your own car if it takes your fancy. Whilst the Grand Avenue has your favourite cars in action, you can invest in memorabilia and car accessories. This is truly a haven for any car collector looking for a little inspiration for their next amazing purchase. If like us you’re a car fanatic, then get down to the Classic Car show for some of the best auto action!

Vaults Festival

The Vaults Festival is located underneath Waterloo Station and is one of the most exciting theatre festivals in the country. In true underground fringe spirit, this festival is literally underground, located underneath Waterloo Station. With a range of up and coming theatre companies and writers showing their skills through the hundreds of theatre pieces being performed, the festival also plays host to some great nights out and has a real party atmosphere into the early hours.

St Patrick’s Day

With a range of Irish themed bars throughout the city, St Patricks Day has become one of March’s most anticipated traditions. With a range of parades and performances throughout the city, St Patrick’s Day if not a great way to honour the Irish cultures which have been so influential throughout Europe, is a great excuse to have a jolly good time. If you’re making the most out of London Hotel Special Offers in late March, then you’ll no doubt come across St Patrick’s Day as the streets will be crowded with revellers. What’s more, you’ll see late night lights on iconic monuments such as the London Eye turn a shamrock Green in honour of the day of the Irish Saint.

Shoreditch Dog House

The Shoreditch Dog House was a dog charity’s answer to families too busy in the day to look after their dogs. With a range of deals for those looking for someone to look after their dog available, the Shoreditch dog house is a great way for people to have their dogs cared for whilst giving dog loving visitors a place to hang out and enjoy the company of dogs. Whether you want to stop by for a cup of tea or for a meal, you can enjoy it next to some of London’s best pooches.

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