What’s on this Month
The leaves on the trees and the daffodils are blooming, and you may feel that the scenery around you is looking refreshed. If you’re looking for an art piece to match your new curtains or to discover the works of a creative genius on the way up, then the Affordable #Art Fair at Battersea is a place for you to visit. This event takes place from the 7th - 10th of March and offers original art from just over £100 to £6000. This fair gathers together more than 100 British and international galleries under one roof. On sale will be photographic art, original prints and sculptures. Maybe you’ll be able to find some gems that will refresh and spruce up the scenery of your home at this fair!
The Raw Wine Fair takes place at Store Studios from the 10th - 11th of March and brings together some of the best wine talent in the world. Over 150 growers will be in attendance to showcase an exciting line-up of fine, natural, #organic and biodynamic wine, which are all kind to the planet and better for your health. Farmers, producers and sommeliers will all be on hand to explain the process of producing such fine wine. Talks by industry experts will allow you to make an informative decision about which wine you should be buying. To heighten your enjoyment even more, there will also be a selection of stalls selling a range of street food. Do you consider yourself to be a bit of a wine connoisseur?
#Opera may not be to everyone’s taste, but if you are looking to dip your toe into this world, then Handel’s opera Berenice, is a formidable show for you to checkout. This opera originally premiered over 250 years ago at the Covent Garden Theatre and now will be running at the Royal Opera House from the 27th of March to the 7th of April. It’s a co-production between The Royal Opera and London Handel #Festival, and presents a battle of love and politics as two strong women fight against princes and each other. It is sung in English to a new English translation and is accompanied by the London Handel Orchestra. What is your favourite opera show?