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Luna Winter Cinema at EartH until Saturday 22 December 2018

The ultimate festive cinema experience, the Luna Winter Cinema brings Christmas classics to the big screen in some stunning indoor spaces. 📽 🎞 🎅 🎄

With iconic films ranging from “It’s A Wonderful Life” and “Elf” to “Home Alone” and “Love Actually”, nothing gives that Christmas feeling more than experiencing your favourite festive film on a big screen.

With mulled wine, mince pies and hot chocolate on offer as well as a full bar, Luna Winter Cinema makes the perfect Christmas cinema treat.

Monday 17 December, 19:00 The Holiday
Tuesday 18 December, 15:45 Elf
Tuesday 18 December, 19:00 The Greatest Showman
Wednesday 19 December, 15:45 The Nightmare Before Christmas
Wednesday 19 December, 19:00 Die Hard
Thursday 20 December, 15:45 Miracle on 34th Street
Thursday 20 December, 19:00 Elf
Friday 21 December, 15:45 The Muppets Christmas Carol
Friday 21 December, 19:00 Home Alone
Saturday 22 December, 15:45 It’s A Wonderful Life
Saturday 22 December, 19:00 Love Actually

www.earthackney.co.uk/calendar/luna-winter-cinema

Location:
EartH, 11-17 Stoke Newington Road London, London N16 8BH

Times:
Various

Price:
Around £18.50 book online

Life in the Dark at Natural History Museum until 6 January 2019

Leave daylight behind and put your senses to the test in this illuminating exhibition. Meet the creatures that thrive at night, in pitch-black caves and deep in the sea. 🌚 🌃 🦉

Enter the worlds of nocturnal animals and discover how they find their way around their environment, hunt, mate and evade predators.

Venture into the shadows of a bat cave where intriguing characters dwell in the rocky underworld.

Take a deep breath and immerse yourself in the beauty of underwater bioluminescent display and get up-close to the weird and wonderful life which flourishes in the darkness.

www.nhm.ac.uk/visit/exhibitions/life-in-the-dark

Location:
Natural History Museum, Cromwell Road, London SW7 5BD

Times:
10am – 5:50pm

Price:
From £12.50 book online (kids go free)

Two Towers at Tower Bridge permanent exhibition

Step inside Tower Bridge and explore a new permanent exhibition featuring newly-discovered photographs and stories from the construction of the Bridge, including the story of Jack ‘Ginger’ Bateman, one of the divers who risked everything to dig the vast foundations that anchor the 70,000-ton Bridge to the bottom of the Thames. 🌉 ⚓️

Housed in the North and South Towers, which are linked by the high-level Walkways above the River Thames, the exhibition will take you on a journey through the lifetime of the Bridge, from its conception and construction through to present day. This includes the opportunity to explore unique objects from across the Bridge’s including a real-life Victorian diver’s helmet. You’ll also meet the people who work at the Bridge today in our brand new ‘24 hours at the Tower Bridge’ short film.

This exhibition joins up the displays in the Victorian Engine Rooms, where you’ll discover the human histories of the people who have maintained the Bridge since 1894, and where you can glimpse the original engines that once powered the famous Bridge lifts.

Location:
Tower Bridge Exhibition, Tower Bridge Road, London SE1 2UP

Times:
10am – 5:30pm

Price:
From £8.70 book online

Walthamstow Garden Party at Lloyd Park on Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 July 2018

The festival is increasingly powered by the incredible network of local people, groups, organisations and businesses that are at the heart of the event’s continued success. 🎉

The Barbican is a world-class arts and learning organisation in the heart of The City presenting a diverse range of art, music, theatre, dance, film and creative learning events. Committed to ‘arts without boundaries’.

At Walthamstow Garden Party, the Barbican continues to build on its history of programming and partnerships with artists and organisations in east London.

www.walthamstowgardenparty.com

Location:
Lloyd Park, Forest Road, Walthamstow, London E17 5JW

Times:
Saturday 12pm – 9:30pm
Sunday 12pm – 8pm

Price:
Free entry, no ticket required!

Make the Future Live at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park until Sunday 8 July 2018

A festival of bright energy ideas featuring Shell Eco-marathon. Enjoy live music, science shows, street food and hands-on interactive gaming. 💡

Immerse yourself in the latest Virtual Reality, Artificial Intelligence and Augmented Reality experiences.

Get close-up to Shell Eco-marathon, as student teams and vehicles compete in one of the world’s greatest ultra-energy-efficient challenges.

www.makethefuture.shell

Location:
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London E20 2ST

Times:
Saturday and Sunday 10am – 6pm

Tickets:
Free, register online

Catfest at Oval Space on Saturday 14 July 2018

A celebration of all things feline, Catfest makes its debut in London, showcasing stylish cat-related products, books and art, cat-themed cocktails, vegan street food, along with meet-greets with feline superstars and inspiring talks from bestselling writers and animal experts. Plus an onsite adoption lounge brought by the beneficiary charity ACE Dog, Cat & Kitten Rescue to help cats in need. 😻

SHOP + PLAY
Festival goers can buy buzz-worthy and hard-to-find cat products and quality food, cat-inspired accessories for people, art and books. Enjoy amazing vegan street food, kitty-themed cocktails and cakes and meet feline superstars.

LEARN + ADOPT
Connect with feline experts and other cat lovers, see cat films and listen to talks from animal experts including BBC’s Big Cats About the House star and bestselling writers Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson (The Nine Emotional Lives of Cats) Gwen Cooper (Homer’s Odyssey).

www.catfestlondon.com

Location:
Oval Space, 29-32 The Oval, London E2 9DT

Times:
11pm – 6pm

Price:
£20 book online (includes £2 donation to cat and dog support organisations)

Arcadia London at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park until Sunday 6 May 2018

Arcadia London is an immersive festival, fusing monumental spectacle, high octane performance and thunderous bass into a spellbinding sensory experience. 👀 ☀️

Explore the festival as sun soaked bass rumbles across three stages, barbeques sizzle and cocktails flow.

Spider and show:
The 50 tonne Arcadia Spider is one of the world’s most iconic festival stages. Built from repurposed military hardware, it is the festival’s main arena and the epicenter of the all engulfing Metamorphosis show.

New reactor stage:
Dark from lunchtime, the brand new 360 degree Reactor is an intense, indoor arena that combines vivid geometric lasers, thrilling performance and slamming basslines.

www.arcadialondon.co.uk

Location:
London Way, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London E15 2EE

Times:
12pm – 10:30pm (last entry at 6pm)

Price:
From £60 buy online

OpenFest at Barbican from Saturday 17 – Sunday 18 March 2018

Barbican OpenFest is taking over the Centre and surrounding venues and a great place to get orientated and start your day is Level G of the Barbican Centre. There will be activities, events, pop up performances, free exhibitions and talks. 🎉 🎨 🎶

Take the whole family for a fun day out. You’ll find activities and workshops to keep everyone entertained and learning something new while adventuring around the centre and beyond.

Barbican OpenFest is a Culture Mile event in collaboration with The City of London Corporation, Guildhall School of Music & Drama, London Symphony Orchestra and the Museum of London. Culture Mile is a destination for culture and creativity in the heart of London’s financial district, bringing the area to life with imaginative collaborations and exciting events.

Lots of the festival is free and drop-in, but there are some events that need to be booked in advance. Plan in advance to find events and activities, both free and paid.

www.barbican.org.uk/whats-on/2018/series/barbican-openfest

Location:
Barbican, Silk Street, London EC2Y 8DS

Times:
Mon-Sat 10am-8pm
Sun 11am-8pm

Price:
Find events, free and paid. Book online.

London New Year’s Day Parade and Festival on Monday 1 January 2018

The London’s New Year’s Day Parade is more fondly known by Londoners as LNYDP. Running alongside the parade is the LNYDP concert series and the Grand Finale of the London International Choral Festival performed in internationally acclaimed music venues across the nation’s capital. 🎉

London, consistently voted as one of the world’s most popular destinations, packed full of landmark buildings, world class tourist attractions, restaurants offering cuisine from around the globe and, for the past 30 years,

A far cry from the inaugural parade in 1987 with 2,000 performers, the 2018 Parade promises over 10,000 participants from the USA, UK, Europe and beyond to delight the audience of over 500,000 and our TV audience which reached more than 300,000,000 in 2016.

www.lnydp.com

Location:
Piccadilly, Regent’s Street, Trafalgar Square, Whitehall and central London

Times:
12pm-3:30pm

Price:
Free, grandstand tickets extra

Ice rink at Hampton Court Palace until 7 January 2018

This year there’s a bigger rink for your skating enjoyment, early morning weekend skate sessions, plus a new food offering with the addition of a kid’s menu. ⛸ ❄️ 👩‍❤️‍💋‍👩 👪 ❤️

Prepare to be swept away by the seasonal atmosphere as the stunning 1040m² ice rink. Skate against a backdrop of one of the greatest palaces on earth – Henry VIII’s historic home, Hampton Court Palace. The open-air ice rink epitomises the very best in festive fun.

Be transported to one of the country’s most scenic skating settings, with spectacular views of the Thames-side Tudor palace. Located in front of the palace, our stunning ice rink offers something for everyone, from novice to expert.

The perfect way to welcome in the winter with family and friends.

www.hrp.org.uk/hampton-court-palace/explore/hampton-court-palace-ice-rink
www.hrp.org.uk/hampton-court-palace

Location:
Hampton Court Palace, Molesey, East Molesey KT8 9AU

Times:
Mon-Thur 11am-9pm (last session 8pm)
Fri 11am-10pm (last session 9pm)
Sat 9am-10pm (last session 9pm)
Sun 9am-9pm (last session 8pm)

Price: book online
Adult £14
Teenage (13-15 years old) £12
Child (3-12 years old) £10
Concession £12.00
Family skate ticket £40

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