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…
London off the beaten path
1.Join Colour’s Christmas Sing Along Disco this Friday.
2. The Museum of Architecture challenged architects, engineers and designers to create a futuristic city made of gingerbread, transport included… On show at Somerset House and sure to make adults and children melt.
3. Stop by Eccleston Yards for some rainbow happiness: 500 individually suspended orbs, inspired by chromotherapy, have added to the area’s cheerfulness.
5. See Ghost-Caribous, giant, illuminated puppets come alive in the streets of Brentford this Saturday,
Culture and Art in London
1. Find out more about film locations at Somerset House this Saturday. The guided tour is free!
2. Listen to Christmas choirs at the V&AChristmas choirs at the V&A this weekend.
3. Check out Strawberry tours’ fantastic free London walking tours – just give the tip of your choice at the end.
4. Watch ET on a big screen at the Royal Albert Hall this Sunday, with the BBC Concert Orchestra playing the full symphony live.
5. How about a jazz evening on a floating bar this Sunday?
London foodie ideas
1. Enjoy your pint at the Churchill Arms, London’s most festive pub: covered in flowers in summer and decorated with 86 Christmas trees and 22,500 lights in December.
2. Dishoom makes its chicken berry puloa with cranberries and it’s SO good…
3. We loved The Phene’s cauliflower-cheddar-truffle velouté…
4. Doughnut Time has just launched its mince pie flavour.
5. Matcha and Beyond’s green tea and chocolate brownies are out of this world…
London for families
1. Have fun at The Prince Charles Cinema’s Muppet Show Christmas Carol singalong.
2.Love The Snowman? See it on stage at the Peacock Theatre.
3. Covent Garden’s Christmas Pudding race always is worth the detour.
4. Your little ones will love Scrunch at the Unicorn TheatreScrunch at the Unicorn Theatre: a show where wrapping paper is crumpled, rumpled and scrunched and becomes quite the toy….
5. The Museum of Childhood has free play sessions for toddlers every Saturday.