We’re here to welcome spring with more food, more fun and more drama. So here’s a list of things you can do in Vauxhall this month.
The award-winning cafe at the Garden Museum is here to change your Tuesday evening plans. Dinner that doesn’t just taste good, but also looks stunning, and you get to experience it in the midst of nature.
Evening | Garden Museum, 5 Lambeth Palace Road, London SE1 7LB
Classical Vauxhall returns for its fourth year. Join us for a musical immersion in a beautiful setting with world-class performers. With limited numbers and a well-stocked bar, we promise an intimate and atmospheric evening in St Mark’s Church.
Bar provided by our friends at The Alchemist!
1pm and 8pm | St Mark’s Church Kennington Park Road London SE11 4PW | £22
Vauxhall Food & Beer Garden is here with the ultimate cure for Sunday Blues. Spend your entire day indulging in Latin food, music and cluture. They’re also showing Premier League & La Ligua football fixtures and have a bouncy castle and games for kids!
1pm – 10pm | 6A S Lambeth Pl, Vauxhall, London, SW8 1SP | £0 – £6
If you consistently find yourself reminiscent of the good old days, this is the place for you. ‘Swing’ by to learn iconic dances from the 1920s-40s like Lindy hop and Charleston. They have beginner and intermediate classes and if you’re a student, you even get a special discount!
7pm and 8pm | St Anne and All Saints C of E Church, Miles Street, London SW8 1RL, UK | £6 – £10
They say haters gonna hate and Tea House Theatre is here to take that to another level. Here’s a chance for all the bathroom singers who’ve been shushed all their lives. This is your time to shine in a ‘Tuneless Choir’. Your tickets also get you free refreshments and in case you miss this, there’s another one on 22nd March.
7pm – 10pm | Tea House Theatre, 139 Vauxhall Walk, London, SE11 5HL | £7.5 – £15
The Royal Vauxhall Tavern is bringing back everyone’s favourite, the one and only, David Hoyle to welcome Spring with some music, wit, wisdom and humanity. Grab your tickets now and stay tuned for his second show of the series coming up in April.
8pm | The Royal Vauxhall Tavern, 372 Kennington Ln, London SE11 5HY | £12 + booking fee
Six Nations Semi Finals & Finals
Just like that, we’re nearing the end of the Six Nations. Watch the semi-final and final games across Vauxhall including Vauxhall Food & Beer Garden, The Blackdog, Mother Kellys, The Riverside Pub, The White Bear Pub, The Fentiman Arms & The Jolly Gardeners.
Head to Beaconsfield to view the exhibition by the Below Zero Finnish Art Prize recipient Nastja Säde Rönkkö as she investigates relationships between the digital era, power, humanity and the future of our planet.
Beaconsfield, 22 Newport Street, Vauxhall, London SE11 6AY
St Patrick’s Day
Enjoy a pint of the black stuff this St Patrick’s Day at one (or a few) of the many options you’ve got here in Vauxhall. Nolan’s, Feeley’s, Darby’s, The Blackdog, The Jolly Gardeners, The Derby and plenty more pubs are gearing up for the day.
Join Toby Jones and Ben Miles at the Jolly Gardeners for an important cause this month as they perform a live DJ set to raise funds to help Turkey and Syria in this time of crisis. Every bit counts so let’s all gather together and make a difference.
7pm – 12am | Jolly Gardeners, 49-51 Black Prince Rd, London SE11 6AB | From £11.55
Art-lovers, this one’s for you! Tap into the world of oildbirds with Ingela Ihrman’s performance where she turns into an oilbird herself and showcases the violent yet caring process of feeding a baby bird. The performance coincides with the sunset and is free to attend.
7:30 pm | St Mark’s Church Kennington Park Road London SE11 4PW | Free