Things to Do in London in Autumn
6 Things to Do in London in Autumn 2015
Are you looking for interesting things to do in London this autumn? Here are our ideas:
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– Events in London in autumn 2019
London attractions in autumn
1. Wandsworth Common Halloween Beer Festival
This Halloween Beer Festival is featuring aver 100 beers from Britain, ciders and wine. Most beers will be £4 or less and there’ll be food to complement the drinks. Free entry, free face painting and free soft drinks for kids. There will be live entertainment on Friday and Saturday evening and the Rugby World Cup matches to watch on large screens. If you turn up in costume on Saturday, you can enter for free.
Place: Royal Victoria Patriotic Building in Wandsworth.
Time: from Wednesday, 28th October 2015 till Saturday 31st October 2015
2. The Halloween Playground in North London
Come to the Hornsey Town Hall, Crouch End in north London to enjoy live music, silent disco, DJs, cabaret, circus performance and zombie cinema as well as other freaky antics. This is a ticketed event, the ticket price includes a warming whisky on arrival.
Place: Hornsey Town Hall Arts Centre in Crouch End
Time: from Friday, 30th October 2015 till Saturday, 31st October 2015
3. Regent Street Motor Show
The Regent Street Motor Show is the largest free motor show in the UK featuring old classics and futuristic vehicles, showcasing 125 years of motoring history. This is a perfect event for car enthusiasts and for families.
Place and time: Regent Street, London; Saturday 31st October 2015
4. Bonfire Night: London Firework Displays
Celebrate Bonfire Night in style at a spectacular London fireworks display! Bonfire Night is a British tradition going back to the Gunpowder Plot of 1605, when a conspiracy plot conspiracy plot tried and failed to blow up the Houses of Parliament. The anniversary of thi event is celebrated each year with a spectacular fireworks display and bonfires across London.
Time: 5th November
5. London Jazz Festival
The London Jazz Festival returns to Southbank and other sites across London. As always, there will be plenty of excellent bands will be playing gigs, from which some are free. Don’t miss this one!
Time: from Friday, 13th to Sunday, 22nd November 2015.
6. ‘The World Goes Pop’ at Tate Modern
This is a pop art show which explores how pop art wasn’t limited only to Warhol’s Factory in New York or Hamilton’s studio in London but was practiced by artists in around the world in Argentina, Peru, Brazil, Japan, Israel, and Eastern Europe. The exhibition shows how pop art became a universal international language and inspired artists across the globe.
Time: till Sunday, 24th January 2016