March / April 2012

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12 THE GUESTLIST NETWORK Issue 37 / MAR-APR 2012 BEST THINGS IN LIFE ARE FREE Want to do something a bit different this weekend? Want to see what magic London has to offer? Then why not try out these events going on throughout March and here's the best bit- They're all free! LINDT EASTER EGG HUNT @ POTTERS FIELD NEAR LONDON BRIDGE SATURDAY APRIL 7TH Lindt is putting on an Easter egg hunt in the capital and not only is this an event for Easter it is also a part of the Lindt bunny's diamond jubilee celebrations, for which they have similar events going on across the country. On the day there will be face paint- ing and other family friendly events. This will be a great free and fun way to spend some time with the family and of course get some chocolate over the Easter period. Being in the heart of London it could be one stop on a family day out that you should definitely make. CHARITY EXHIBITION CHILDREN OF THE MEKONG @ LAURENT DELAYS GALLERY Children of the Mekong is a charity dedicated to educating, training and mentoring children in South East Asia, and artist Marcus Fedder, is putting paintings up for the auction. The auction will include a short presentation about the charity'. Bidding is already available on the Children of Mekong website. Any buyers will have paintings presented to them with bidders receiving a cook book of Asian food. A fantastic opportunity to learn more about it the charity and its mission. CAFÉ SCIENTIFIQUE SEEING DOUBLE? @ THE ROYAL SOCIETY MARCH If you happen to be looking for something different and thought provoking to attend this month, look no further than 'Seeing double?'.With the incredible ability of computer imagery in the film and game industries, this event looks to answer questions such as, "Why does our brain struggle to accept these representations as genuine human forms?" The event is hosted by Professor Adrian Hilton, Surrey University, and Dr Kristine Krug from Oxford. THINGS TO DO BEFORE THE WORLD ENDS Apparently the world is coming to an end this year, so follow our monthly guide to making the most of this short but amazing life with things to do before the world ends... WHY WE MARCH What isn't there to love?! March is the month where everything begins to change... The Alternative London Tour This quirky tour takes you on a 2-hour walk through London's East End to discover some of the alternative attractions the city has to offer. Not only does the tour cover the fasci- nating history and culture of the Spitalfields, Banglatown and Shoreditch areas, it also vis- its an assortment of some of the finest street art the area has to offer. Booking is essential but the tour is totally FREE so make sure you get down to discover East London in this slightly unconventional way. This month is when we wave goodbye to the sleety norm that is Winter and welcome in the warm undertones of Spring. With semi- consistent highs of 12 degrees (if we're lucky), this certainly has something on February! And if that wasn't enough, this is also the month of St Paddy's Day! So why not head down to the St Patrick's Day Parade on March 18th? From Green Park to Trafalgar Square, London's official Paddy's Day party will transform the streets into a stage for dancers, marching bands, comedians, street theatre groups, a parade of floats and much more! Activities will be taking place in central London and the main stage at Trafalgar Square will be host to both traditional and modern Irish entertainment. So make sure you're on the look out for that four- leafed clover and celebrate everything Irish with a pint of Guinness or a shot of whiskey... or both! It doesn't quite matter what you have in your hand just as long as you party hard!

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