Bordermovement Lounge Live Sessions takes place on Friday, 14th of March at the Goethe Institut down Gregory's Road.
WhitePark 2014 takes place on Saturday, 8th of March at the Havelock Sports Club Ground from 7pm onwards.
Infocus, Exhibition of Creative Photography, takes place on the 7th and 8th of March at the Lionel Wendt Art Gallery from 9am to 7pm.
Tintagel is a great space done well. We highly recommend it for dessert and maybe bring your own wine, but the dinner we had was unexceptional for the price.
If MIA went shopping in Sri Lanka, we think Central Road in Batticaloa would be her spot. They have a raucous riot of colorful clothing for sale up and down the street.
Uga Bay is one of Passikudah's hotel giants, located on a vast property spanning a significant breadth of the town's broad and beautiful beach. It's a five star, so you can expect good food, comfy beds and searing hot showers.
Geeth has a small boat which keeps you close to the action - sightings of whales, dolphins and immersion in the great expanse of the ocean.
Cinnamon Air's flight to Batticaloa is the best way to get there. It's also pretty expensive. If you can afford it, do it.
Splash is the biggest retailer in the Middle East, now with a space in K-Zone, Ja-Ela.
There will be a panel discussion on the subject of "Religious Freedom And The Law In Sri Lanka" on the 5th of March from 4-7pm at the Lakshman Kadirgamar Centre for International Relations and Strategic Studies.
The book release of ‘Reyna’s Prophecy’ by Radhika Philip will be held on the 28th of February at The Barefoot Gallery.
Indu Dharmasena's 60th play is to be held at the Lionel Wendt theatre on the 7th, 8th & 9th of March.
British Electro-Swing act Kitten And The Hip is in Colombo this Saturday (March 1st), brought down by Mainstage Events and Hennessy Artistry.
Carmello serves up local and somewhat artificial ice cream and gelato. It's a tiny shop opposite Havelock City.
On the side of Baseline Road in Narahenpita there's a wall mural depicting hell/the underworld and all the terrible torments that await (beheadings, eye pokings, punching in the stomach). If you're stopped in traffic it's kinda amazing.
The Piero House in Thalpe truly is an artists residence. It's a magical space, creatively decorated and an ideal retreat for writers, artists, or general creatives. It's bikable distance to good restaurants in Thalpe and swimmable beach and you get a huge space for around Rs. 9,000 (double).
A first class fine dining experience. Perfect for when you want to pull out all the stops and celebrate. Primarily a steakhouse.
Small shops usually gain popularity for selling the same factory extras as the bigger stores, but at much lesser prices. The trick is to find a store that matches your taste in clothes. Mood, a new clothing store on Thimbirigasyaya Road, checked the tick box in both cases.
The Old Town Hall is a quirky and largely neglected museum. It's really interesting to see the life size dummies of the 1906 town council, but you need to go with patience and an open mind.
Kingfisher remains a culinary hotspot in Unawatuna, though it's not the hidden gem it used to be. It's now an extremely popular beachside restaurant serving up reliably good fare.