Here are our top 5 events in the
capital for the next two weeks!
Museums at Night/ 27th- 29th October
This three-day event is a biannual festival which gives you
the chance to discover London’s iconic museums by night. Depending on the
museum, you can have guided tours, enjoy late night exhibitions and
Some of our favourite events happening during this festival
After Dark: A Halloween Special” at Charles Dickens Museum
Have you ever wondered about what it would
be like to be in Charles Dickens townhouse at night? Well, now you have the
opportunity to experience it! And you will also be able to indulge yourself
with a drink at the candlelit bar!
– 9pm; £15
48 Doughty Street, London, WC1N
Tube Station: Russell Square
Lates” at the Natural History Museum
Take the chance to explore the museum after
hours. You can also meet and discuss with some of the museum’s scientists! “Lates”
take place on the last Friday of every month, except in December. Entry to the
Museum is free, but you will need tickets for some of the activities and to
visit special exhibitions. From the 28th October, have fun on the
museum very own ice rink after your late visit!
Tube Station: South Kensington
Halloween Events/ On and around 31st
For the party lovers: Join Scala’s White Mischief Halloween Ball 2016
on Saturday 29th November 2016! Do not miss the opportunity to go
the last Halloween party of this iconic nightlife venue as it is promised to be
sensational! Do dress up as most people going there will do!
275 Pentonville Rd, London,
Tube Station: King's Cross
Get your knife
and take part in Fortnum and Mason’s
annual Halloween Pumpkin Carving Competition! Available to kids aged from 5 to
8 years old but they also run some workshops for adults. Winners will bring back
home some tasty prizes!
From Tuesday 25th October 2016.
£20 + booking fee
Tube Station: Green Park/Piccadilly Circus
For the ones who like to dress up
And if you
are going to a house party and you need to find a costume, go to Angels in Covent Garden, which is the
most famous fancy dress hire shop in London!
119 Shaftesbury Avenue, London,
Tube station: Leicester Square
Bonfire Night/ Saturday 5th
The Bonfire Night, also known as “Guy Fawkes Night”, celebrates
the anniversary of Guy Fawkes’ arrest who tried to blow up the Houses of
Parliament in 1605. It is celebrated each year with various events throughout
the country celebrating fireworks and bonfire but also food and drinks, family
entertainment and funfairs.
and Southwark Fireworks Displays are
some of the best Bonfire Fireworks displays in Central London.
Regent Street Motor Show/ Saturday 5th
The Regent Street
Motor Show is the perfect opportunity to discover 125 year of motor
history. The Regent Street Motor Show is the UK largest free motor show as Londoners
can admire up to 300 cars from 19th century to the present days. This
is a family friendly event as Regent Street will be pedestrianised from Piccadilly
Circus to Oxford Circus on this day.
From 10.30am to 4pm
Tube station: Piccadilly Circus/ Oxford Circus
Christmas Lights/ From Sunday 6th
Start to get into the Christmas spirit and admire this
year’s spectacular decorations in the capital.
Here are some of the best Christmas Lights Decorations you
can find around The Cavendish in Central London:
Street Lights (switch on date: Sunday 6th November 2016): This
year, Oxford Street has NSPCC as a charity partner. If you wish to dedicate one
of the star shaped lights to a loved one, you can donate £5 to the charity.
Street Lights (switch on date: Thursday 10th November)
Street Lights (switch on date Thursday 10th November)
Street Lights (switch on date Thursday 17th November)