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  • New Year's Day Parade

    01 Jan

    London's New Year's Day Parade crowns the capital's festive season with three hours of pomp and frivolity. More than 10,000 dancers, acrobats, cheerleaders, musicians and performers assemble in the heart of the city every year for a "celebration of nations."
  • First Thursdays

    01 Jan

    On the first Thursday of every month, more than 80 of East London's art galleries stay open until 9pm. Heavyweight galleries such as the White Cube and the Barbican participate alongside smaller independent exhibition spaces, and many stage special events.
  • London International Mime Festival

    10 Jan

    First held in 1977, the London International Mime Festival brightens January with a cavalcade of innovative visual theatre across the captial. Major venues such as the Southbank Centre, Barbican, Royal Opera House and Roundhouse burst with puppets, slapstick and mime.

  • Peter Pan Cup Christmas Morning Race

    25 Dec

    If you happen to have thick skin or an excruciating hangover and have got nothing better to do on Christmas morning, make your way to Hyde Park's Serpentine Lido. The Peter Pan Cup Christmas Morning Race is a "refreshing" dip.
  • Twelfth Night

    08 Jan

    A pagan festival of wild verse and even wilder action, Twelfth Night by The Lions Part celebrates the New Year at Bankside near Shakespeare's Globe with music, dance and storytelling. Don't miss the Green Man appearing from the River Thames.
  • Selfridges Winter Sale

    26 Dec

    Selfridges sale across their six-storey Oxford Street store is the place to beat your January blues. The department store offers up to 75 per cent off selected designer labels, luggage, soft furnishings, electrical products and lots more.
  • New Year's Eve in Trafalgar Square

    31 Dec

    Trafalgar Square is home to one of the world's most famous New Year's Eve parties. Every year thousands of revellers pour into the square (and sometimes the fountains) to welcome the New Year to the sound of Big Ben's chimes.
  • Harrods Winter Sale

    26 Dec

    Late-night opening hours encourage enthusiastic shoppers on the first day of the Harrods Winter Sale. It's well worth battling the post-Christmas crowds to seek out luxury goods with reductions of up to 75% at London's most famous department store.
  • A Medieval Christmas

    27 Dec

    Take a step back in time at the Tower of London's Medieval Palace this Christmas. Visitors can revisit the year 1284 by joining King Edward I and his court for A Medieval Christmas, a lavish gathering with jesters and musicians.
  • Get Into London Theatre

    01 Jan

    Get into London Theatre cheers up those dark winter nights with reductions for over 50 shows through to mid February. Whatever your interest, from musicals to high drama, classic comedies to brand-new plays or opera and ballet, you'll find something for the whole family.