More than 40 carol groups will gather for an hour at a time under the big Christmas tree to fill you with festive cheer, and to raise money for charitable organisations. You can sign up to sing yourself too if you’re early enough—the organizers recommend having a group of at least 30 though.
If you’re not quite feeling festive yet, wrap up warm, join the crowds and bring some change for donations. Performances take place between 4pm and 8pm on weekdays and between 2pm and 6pm on weekends. There will be no performances on December 14th and 22nd.
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An event that should be dubbed ‘The No Penny Opera’ lets you get a fix of high culture without spending anything in Trafalgar Square. Crowds can gather for screened performances of live opera and ballet from the Royal Opera and […]
As a preventative measure against the spread of COVID-19 MCM Comic Con May was rescheduled from May 29–31 to July 10–12. It has since been cancelled for 2021 Part one of the biannual London edition of the UK’s biggest pop […]
Hyper Japan is a huge cultural festival which features shopping, entertainment, cosplay, fashion and food from Japan. Taking place over three days, tickets are split into half day, single day and three day passes. The main day for entertainment is […]
Started in a strip club by Groove Armada back in 2003, the Lovebox Festival quickly grew to be a major two-day music festival. Moving from Victoria Park to Gunnersbury Park this year, the acts are spread over 12 different stages. […]