The Best Events of November
And here we go Londoners! November is here and as usual we selected the best events in London… This month looks full of amazing things to do are you ready?
The Lord Mayor’s Show
When: 14th of November
This is one of the Biggest London’s traditional events. This year it marks its 800th anniversary (year) so you can be sure we’re in for something even more spectacular than usual. The procession will fill the three and a half mile stretch between Bank and Aldwych from 11am until around 2.30pm as more than 7,000 performers from all over the world fill the streets with marching, music, dance, acrobatics, colourful costumes, horses and plenty more besides. From 3pm the City of London Guides will be leading free walking tours to keep the crowds entertained in the lull between procession and fireworks.
Where: The City of London
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When: From29th of October to 19th of December
The Red Gallery London and Night Tales team have worked together to realize this amazing event that will be on until December. They have transformed their 25,000 sq. ft. Red Market site into a scene from the back streets of Japan. Taking inspiration from some of Tokyo’s best restaurants and cocktail bars, local markets and famous districts to deliver a real and authentic interpretation of the city. Tokyo Nights will take you on a tour of the buzzing metropolitan city and touch on scenes from Old Japan.
Where: Red Market, 288 Old Street
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EFG London Jazz Festival
If you are a music lover you won’t miss this! The London Jazz Festival has a reputation for bringing the best and freshest music to the capital, with a wide-ranging programme of concerts, commissions, club events, talks, and an expansive learning and participation programme. There will be ticketed show as Free ones, so make sure to check all the info in advance.
Where: more than 50 different venues everywhere in London
Bonfire Night: London Firework Displays
When: 5,6 and 7 November
This is a traditional Fireworks night dating back to the Gunpowder Plot of 1605, when Catholic conspirator Guy Fawkes tried to blow up the Houses of Parliament and King James I. The anniversary of Fawkes’ arrest on 5 November is celebrated each year with fireworks and bonfires. Check the website to find out all the free and ticketed firework displays for 2015, as listed by the London Fire Brigade.
Where: Everywhere in London
Festival of Marketing
When: 11th and 12th November
This opportunities are always useful either if you work in this business or you are just interested in this. So what are you waiting for? Take your notebook, laptop and join this amazing festival about Marketing. The award-winning Festival of Marketing is the place where marketers, brands and agencies meet to celebrate, discover and shape the future of marketing.
Where: Tobacco Dock, Wapping Ln, London E1W 2SF