By the end of the month, spring will have officially sprung, welcoming with it a fresh crop of spectacular new produce. Keep an eye on our menus throughout the month, as they shift with the seasons, and expect to see some truly delicious new dishes make an appearance in a few weeks time.
As we celebrate the launch of our latest offer, the focus is very much on Marcus Wareing. For £35, not only will you enjoy 3 fabulous courses, but your meal will kick-off with a Bee Keeper cocktail using honey from Marcus’s very own farm, PLUS you will receive a copy of New Classics, signed by the man himself!
THE SHAPE OF WATER AT THE EVERYMAN CINEMA
NOW – TUESDAY 13TH MARCH
Guillermo del Toro’s ‘The Shape of Water’ was the most nominated film at the Oscar’s this month, eventually picking up awards in four categories: Production Design, Original Score, Director and the all-important Best Picture. If you still haven’t seen it, catch it over the next week at everyone’s favourite boutique cinema, the EVERYMAN in King’s Cross. A love story with touches of magical realism, ‘The Shape of Water’ is a tribute to the transporting power of cinema.
CERAMIC ART LONDON AT THE GRANARY BUILDING
FRIDAY 23RD – SUNDAY 25TH MARCH
Over the final weekend of the month, Central St Martin’s will be playing host to the 14th Ceramic Art London. A major showcase for contemporary ceramicists, visitors to the fair can discover and buy pieces from over 90 exhibitors. All works are for sale, and the fair is also featuring a programme of talks, demos and films designed to enhance your understanding and enjoyment of studio ceramics.
SCENTED WORDS: EXPLORING FRAGRANCES IN LITERATURE, AT THE BRITISH LIBRARY
TUESDAY 27TH MARCH
How can writers use and convey the evocative power of scent through language? Join experts in both literature and perfumery for Scented Words: Exploring Fragrances in Literature, an introduction into how smells enrich narrative and vice versa.
In an evening of words and smells, literary translator and scent obsessive, Marta Dziurosz, gives a short talk on how scents are featured in literature from all around the world and what the usage of a scent description can unlock in a book. Marta is then joined by perfumer and writer, Pia Long, Tim Gage from CPL Aromas, and Achille Riviello from Synarome.
‘TIME & TRADITION’ FOLK WEEKEND AT KING’S PLACE
FRIDAY 16TH – SUNDAY 18TH MARCH
A weekend series of concerts, storytelling and talks exploring the concept of time through traditional and contemporary folk music, and ritual and seasonal customs. Time & Tradition sees Martin & Eliza Carthy headline a Generations Concert whilst Chris Wood offers his unique bird’s eye filter on modern society. Daytime events include an array of mixed media events, from illustrated talks to storytelling, as well as showcasing several outstanding new traditional music performers.
SOMEWHERE IN BETWEEN AT THE WELLCOME COLLECTION
8TH MARCH – 27TH AUGUST
Experience a collection of immersive installations, exhibited together for the first time, by four contemporary artists: Martina Amati, Daria Martin, Maria McKinney and John Walter. Each collaborated with scientists to explore ideas that are vital to human life – ideas about our food sources, our senses, our sexual health and the limitations of our bodies, to form ‘Somewhere in Between’.