Step into Christmas, circa 1724 at Denis Severs’ frozen-in-time Huguenot house, which has been given a festive makeover, complete with freshly wrapped presents, the sound of carollers and the aroma of a Christmas dinner plus a roaring fire where you can enjoy a mulled wine & mince pie.
Google Pixel 3 has opened a huge curiosity cabinet on Regent Street, working with London’s finest creatives and makers creating super-photogenic experiences designed to surprise you with free events and workshops that celebrate the simple everyday things that make life special.
Alexandra Palace reopens its Theatre and East Court with a series of events that encapsulate the vision for the venue. The reopening follows the completion of the three-year East Wing Restoration Project and the open weekend is a great opportunity to explore these incredible spaces.
The Gingerbread City is an annual exhibition where architects, designers and engineers create an entire city made of gingerbread. Consisting of over 60 gingerbread buildings, you can discover their designs at the V&A Musuem.
Ever wondered what’s going on beneath your feet? Well now is your chance to enter another world by visiting Growing Underground, an urban farm situated 33 meters underneath the streets of Clapham in a World War II air raid shelter.
Hansel & Gretel
Kick back in a cabin this winter at a Gingerbread Cabin that would have Hansel & Gretel chomping at the bit. From festive Bacardi cocktails and candy canes to plush interiors and platters, it’s a must-try for the merry.
Dalloway Terrace has worked with master florists, Wild at Heart, to create a snow covered Narnia-esque hideaway where you can cosy up beneath sheep skin rugs and enjoy seasonal cocktails, cheese fondue, festive films and a menu of winter delights.
Spend a Sunday in your pyjamas swooning over Fitzwilliam Darcy at The Book Club, who will be hosting a Pride and Prejudice movie marathon showing the entire BBC series in one afternoon with breaks for refreshments and fund raising for the Red Box Project.
Lit Up Lyrics
Is this real life? Is this just fantasy? Carnaby Street has been transformed with Queen’s prominent crest feature upon the famous Carnaby arch and a spectacle of Freddie Mercury’s iconic lyrics manifested into dazzling neon lights, turning Christmas shopping into an Instagram opportunity.
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