A RAFT of great entertainment and experiences are on at The Met this March so there’s sure to be something for everyone.

The venue will be hosting an indulgent Mother’s Day meal at its restaurant Automatic on March 11.

Delicious dishes, roasts, one-off desserts and glasses of fizz will be on offer. To book call 01617639399 or visit automaticcafe.com.

On March 12 to 14 ALFA Education will present One Hundred Years of Magnificent Music.

Featuring choirs and a 10 piece showband, the show will take you on a musical journey from Glen Miller to the Beatles and from Queen to Amy Winehouse and beyond.

The Met’s Community Jazz Orchestra will then perform its Metro Jazz Spring Concert of foot-tapping jazz classics on March 15.

Little one’s are in for a hoot on March 17 with an inventive new show for ages 4+, Hoot Owl - Master of Disguise.

BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2013 Best Duo winners Aly Bain and Phil Cunningham will present a night of the best traditional music around on March 17.

A night of vibrant Irish music is in store on March 22 as Moya Brannan from Clannad brings her folk show to the venue.

And there’s comedy later in the month as Geoff Norcott, the star of BBC 2’s the Mash Report and Live At The Apollo, hits the road with his new show, following a sell out season at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

To book for any of the events call the box office on 01617612216 or visit https://themet.org.uk/whats-on/