No plans yet? Here are some more cool things to do this weekend in London. If you have tips we haven’t covered, don’t hesitate to leave us a comment below… Taking a Eurostar soon? 23 ideas to have fun around St Pancras this way.
London off the beaten path
2. The Natural History Museum’s ice rink is open – the festive season has officially started 🙂
3. Big fan of the Rocky Horror Picture Show? Dance on the hits of the show at the Hoxton Square this Saturday, they’re having a fab Twisted Disco!
4. Covent Garden has dressed up with 150 pumpkins (with one weighing a ton!) for Halloween – beautifully staged.
5. Celebrate Diwali on Trafalgar Square this Sunday: dance, music, ceremony of lights, sari and yoga workshops, activities for kids…
Culture and art in London
1. The Somerset House’s latest show, Good grief, Charlie Brown! is a wonderful tribute to Snoopy.
2. The Brownsword Hepworth Gallery presents stunning portraits of Amy Winehouse, Sir Paul McCartney and Annie Lennox by the very skilled Phil Griffin.
3. Trafalgar Square will pay its traditional tribute to Africa this Saturday: art, culture, market, street food and family fun.
4. King’s Cross’ brand new shopping centre, Coal Drops Yard, opens this Friday. As you can guess, the place was once used to store coal for locomotives… An exhibition on site retraces its past.
5. Forget Quentin Blake’s illustrations for Roald Dahl for a minute and have a look at his figurative work at the House of Illustration.
London foodie ideas
1. Love brews with a twist? Try the Long Arms Pub’s, Avocado Stout.
3. Farm Girl’s hot chocolate will add extra happiness to your day: it’s infused with CBD, cannabis oil.
4. Click here to find the best Halloween treats in London.
5. Oh my: Chin Chin Labs is serving a Beetroot & Rose Coconut Latte this week…
London for families
1. To celebrate the recent launch of the Tower Bridge Cat book, this iconic location has invited both author and illustrator this Saturday and organised fun family workshops.
2. Kids will love making their Halloween pinata (ghost, pumpkin or skull) and filling it with sweets at Old Spitalfields Market this Saturday
3. Listen to magical and terrifying tales from around the world at Shakespeare’s Globe this Saturday.
4. Have fun at the V&A’s Frida Kahlo workshop this Saturday and take family selfies.
5. Children can make a pumpkin shaped sun catcher at the Dulwich Picture Gallery this Sunday.
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