Also known as the Tower Hamlets Fireworks, this is one of the few remaining free fireworks events in London.
This year’s theme celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. Weather permitting, the moon should be half visible—something to stare up at between bouts of fireworks and space-inspired fun.
Organised by the council’s arts and events team and supported by AEG Presents, producers of the annual All Points East Victoria Park, the un-ticketed event is due to start at 7pm. Be sure to arrive early if you want to keep warm with mulled wine from one of the local stalls in the park though!
Expect road closures and diversions around the park.
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