November in London

Winter festivals and epic Thanksgiving feasts - London is really lighting up this November, and as the clocks have officially gone back, the festive season is almost upon us. So wrap up warm and embrace one of the cosiest months in London.

Nov 1
Nov 30

Southbank Centre Winter Festival (4 November – 5 January)
The Southbank is already a place for the best performances, pop-ups and cultural activites, but it’s even more a magical time this winter. Fun-filled family shows, festive goodies at the market, twinkling lights and dazzling comedy – South Bank have more seasonal delights than you can shake a stocking at, and sure know how to celebrate. So once you’ve wandered and admired as much as you can, finish up in Lyaness for one of their cocktails to warm yourself right back up.

House of Vans Returns (4 November onwards)
House of Vans returns from 4 November with a new programme of live events including weekly open skate nights, skate school, film festivals and locally sourced community markets. After 15 months of closure due to the pandemic, House of Vans is back – for more information about events, click here.

Northern Lights Winter Terrace (10 November – 3 January)
Inspired by the northern lights, 12th Knot our rooftop bar shall be transformed into a magical winter playground inspired by the auroral colours of the Northern Lights and Icelandic landscapes, with stunning views across the Thames to St. Paul’s Cathedral and the city beyond. There will be a selection of bespoke vodka-based cocktails and a light installation echoing the luminous polar lights, adorned with faux-fur throws and sheepskin blankets to keep you warm and cosy whilst enjoying a delicious tipple amongst the fir-tree-lined terrace. The perfect place to while away a winter evening! Find out more here.

Thanksgiving (26 November)
There’s a lot to love about Thanksgiving, but sometimes the hosting can be too much hassle, so ditch the planning and come celebrate with us (and all of the trimmings). With a Thanksgiving menu like no other, you’ll be able to celebrate the festivities stress free. And as it’s a time for giving thanks, we’ve joined up with The Felix Project, where we’ll be donating £5 of every meal sold to help vulnerable people suffering food poverty in London. Find out more information and where to book here.

A Christmas Carol at The Old Vic (13 November – 8 January)
Matthew Warchus’ big-hearted, smash hit production of Charles Dickens’ immortal classic returns to The Old Vic, joyously adapted for the stage by Jack Thorne. Find out more information and where to book here.

Let the fun and festivities begin!

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