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  • Battersea Park Fireworks Display

    01 Nov

    One of the most famous and spectacular firework displays in London takes place in Battersea Park every year. Around 55,000 warmly dressed folk stare skywards and drink mulled wine as the spectacular fireworks go off accompanied by music and lights.
  • Firework Family Day at Ascot

    29 Oct

    Ascot Racecourse's annual Family Day returns to celebrate the Halloween half-term break. As well as featuring the first meeting of this year's jumps season, thrilling rides and spellbinding magicians entertain before a spectacular fireworks display lights up the skies at 6pm.
  • The Affordable Art Fair

    23 Oct

    The art market has long been recognised for peddling its wares at over-inflated prices. The twice-yearly Affordable Art Fair (AAF) in Battersea Park provides an antidote, offering a relaxed, unstuffy environment for visitors to browse, buy and learn about art.

  • The Yoga Show

    31 Oct

    Olympia's National Hall hosts The Yoga Show, featuring workshops, demonstrations, meditation areas and hundreds of stands dedicated to all things yogic. The thousands of visitors range from beginners to professional teachers.
  • Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year

    21 Oct

    Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year is owned by London's Natural History Museum and BBC Wildlife Magazine. The museum displays the work of the winners and runners-up of this annual competition devoted to the world's finest photography of wildlife.
  • The Haunted Museum

    28 Oct

    Ghoulish goings-on and spooky sights await any child courageous enough to enter Watford Museum this Halloween. Under cover of darkness it opens its chambers and holds a night-time tour through its creepy corridors - with plenty of surprises.
  • Fright Nights

    21 Oct

    Fright Nights at Thorpe Park theme park return in the run-up to Halloween, mixing fun with chilling and bizarre entertainment. Visit the Circus of Horrors with its cavalcade of freaks and the three new horror mazes... if you're brave enough!
  • Fireworks at Alexandra Palace

    01 Nov

    Despite suffering greatly in two destructive fires, Alexandra Palace has recovered sufficiently from the shock to stage some of the biggest fireworks displays in the capital. A fantastic yearly display with an impressive turn-out marks the demise of Guy Fawkes.
  • Trafalgar Day Parade - The Sea Cadet Corps

    26 Oct

    Every year the Sea Cadet Corps lead the Trafalgar Day Parade through Trafalgar Square to celebrate the famous British victory of Lord Nelson vanquishing the French and Spanish fleets at Cape Trafalgar. Wreaths are also laid to commemorate the dead.
  • October Plenty

    26 Oct

    October Plenty is an autumn harvest celebration presented by the Lions Part theatre company, mixing ancient seasonal customs and theatre. It begins on Bankside near Shakespeare's Globe and ends among the food stalls of Southwark's Borough Market.