What a lovely February this was, right?! It felt like spring half of the time already. So March, don’t let us down. Be sunny and warm, please! But when I look at all the fun events that await us this March in Stuttgart, I get the idea that we won’t be able to spend much time outdoors anyway. So here come my favorite events and things to do this March in Stuttgart.
- There are many Fasching/Carnival events going on at the beginning of March in Stuttgart. To find out more and for all the dates visit my post about Fasching in Stuttgart.
- You can’t get enough of winter and want to go ice skating as long as you can? Don’t worry, Stuttgart’s biggest ice rink Eiswelt Stuttgart at Waldau is open until March 24.
- You like Russian literature? Then visit the reading of fun texts written by Alexander Tsypkin in Russian at Liederhalle on March 1.
- Fans of French thriller books can join Club de Lecture on March 1 at Institut francais. The meeting will be held in French.
- You love vintage cloths and could buy them by the kilo? Well, you can! At Vintage Kilo Sale on March 2 at Stuttpark.
- Here comes something for the fans of Flamenco: Theater am Olgaeck celebrates the Spanish national dance with the festival Primavera Flamenca between March 2 and 10 with several events like live Flamenco shows and documentaries in the original Spanish version.
- On March 2 the party sequel Fame is going on for 11 years already and the gay community celebrates this anniversary with what might become the biggest gay event in Stuttgart in 2019 at Proton.
- Fans of Greek movies can enjoy Too much info clouding over my head at Theater TriBühne on March 3 in the original Greek version with English subtitles.
- DARK MONDAY with NEAT and Daniel Regelbrugge from the US on March 4 at Merlin.
- On March 6 you can enjoy the movie Qu’est-ce qu’on a fait au Bon Dieu? in the original French version at Institut francais.
- From March 7 onwards you can enjoy what is maybe the most famous piece of art worldwide at the moment: Banksey’s shredded Love is in the Bin, formerly known as Girl with Balloon comes to Staatsgalerie Stuttgart!
- You’ve loved the James Bond movies? Then you might be delighted to hear that you can listen to the movie songs at Liederhalle on March 8. The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra will perform parts of the soundtracks live on stage.
- When you’re interested in local artwork you can visit the fair Künstlermesse Baden-Württemberg between March 7 and 10 at Haus der Wirtschaft.
- Retro Classics, the world’s largest meeting place for car enthusiasts and oldtimers, can be visited at Messe Stuttgart between March 7 and 10.
- Theater meets flea market on March 10 when Schauspielhaus Stuttgart opens its gates and closets for a big Vintage Salon. Here you can find used costumes as well as used cloths.
- If you feel like watching a play, how about A Raisin in the Sun, performed by NEAT? It will be performed on March 14 and 21 at Theater am Olgaeck.
- On March 14, 15 and 16 the dance performance #herland about the first feminist in medieval times comes back to Stuttgart.
- One of Stuttgart’s most beloved fair for design and fashion is back this March in Stuttgart: You can visit Blickfang and shop till you drop from March 15 to 17.
- When you follow my blog for a while you know that I am a huge fan of cloth exchange parties: Bring some of your used cloths and swop them for “new” used cloths, it’s as simple as that 🙂 The next “Kleidertauschparty” will take place at vhs stuttgart / Treffpunkt Rothebühlplatz on March 16.
- There will be a St. Patrick’s Day celebration going on on March 16 at O’Reilly’s Irish Pub.
- Who doesn’t enjoy a good “who’s-done-it” crime story? You can enjoy one on March 18, 19 and 20 at Altes Schauspielhaus: Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter by Tom Franklin.
- You’re interested in getting a master’s degree? Then you should visit the MBA fair QS Connect MBA on March 21 at Althoff Hotel am Schlossgarten.
- All French-speakers can bake cake-pops with their little ones on March 22 at Institut francais with food blogger Géraldine Tran…
- … and enjoy a fun Afterwork fingerfood cooking event in French on the same day and with the same host in the afternoon.
- Any fans of Edgar Allan Poe around? I definitely love his dark stories and am very delighted that NEAT will perform The Fall of the House of Usher on March 24 at Dreigroschentheater and on March 29 at Theater am Olgaeck.
- Have you ever watched a sand painter perform his or her work? You can do so on March 22 at Theaterhaus when the artist paints the sightseeing hotspots of Stuttgart with sand.
- Sport meets entertainment when The Harlem Globetrotters are in the house and show off their basketball skills. You can watch them work their magic on March 22 at Porsche Arena.
- You like food and everything that comes with it? Than you will love the fair Kulinart! Here you will find trends and talents and the one or other exquisite treat. The fair can be found at Phoenixhalle Römerkastell between March 23 and 24.
- Mark March 23 in your calendar because this is when one of my favorite events in Stuttgart takes place: Long Night of Museums (Lange Nacht der Museen). More than 80 museums, galleries and off-spaces invite you to indulge in their special exhibitions. Stay tuned for a post about my highlight places you should not miss!
- Who doesn’t love Charlie Chaplin? You can enjoy his black and white movie Modern Times accompanied by a live orchestra on March 24 at Staatsoper Stuttgart. Definitely a very special experience.
- Eastern is waiting around the corner so it is time to get prepared. You can do so at the International Eastern and Art Fair on March 30 and 31 at Schwabenlandhalle in Fellbach.
- The Chinese National Circus celebrates its 30th anniversary this year. You can enjoy their show on March 30 at Liederhalle.
- On March 30 you can shop ’till you drop and enjoy the one or other live act at S-City blüht in downtown Stuttgart.
- Stuttgart Expat Meetups organizes a Black Light Night on March 30. Be prepared to shine in the dark!
- The weather is lovely and you’re looking for a nice getaway? Bärenschlössle next to Stuttgart-Vaihingen and Stuttgart-West is absolutely gorgeous to visit on a sunny day. You can walk around the lakes, have a coffee break at the little castle itself or walk all the way over to castle Solitude. Check out my post about this beauty here.
- You want to improve your spoken German? Then check out my new German Conversations Groups that are starting in April! Enroll now and safe your place in the Tuesday or Wednesday group.
Courses for English-speakers at volkshochschule stuttgart
As you guys know I have formed a non-paid cooperation with volkshochschule stuttgart for this semester. From my previous post about their new international program you might remember that I am a huge fan of their new courses in English. This semester I want to point out several courses every month. Here is what awaits us this March in Stuttgart:
- Brexiteering Britain – Origins and Consequences of Brexit (March 4)
- Korean Cooking Class: Birthday Party (March 12)
- Sing in a Choir! (Start: March 16)
- It’s the Season – Coocking class (March 19)
- Diamonds in the Sky – Stars, Planets and All That Lecture and Astronomical Studies (March 25)
- Dinner & Dialogue – Identity, Clichés, Stereotypes (March 26)
- Veganese Schwabinese (Marz 27)
- Indian-German Fusion: surprise, health and taste (March 31)
Transparency: This article contains unpaid advertisements. In this post I point out events that are going on this March in Stuttgart that I can recommend personally. I did not get paid by the organizers to do so. Paid contend is always highlighted as such on Living in Stuttgart.
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