Top 5 Things to Do in London this January

Thursday 5 January 2017 by

Farmopolis, Eating out, Greenwich, Vegan, The Floating Table

The Floating Table

From 13th to 27th January, feast on cuisine from the likes of Aster and Bastien at Farmopolis in Greenwich. Tickets are just £45 for a three course meal, canapés, and welcome cocktail. They even offer a vegan brunch! Find out more and book your tickets on the Farmopolis on the Jetty website.

Magical Lantern Festival, January, Visit, Lights

Magical Lantern Festival

Chiswick House and Gardens are playing host to the festival from the 19th to the 26th of January. Not just celebrating the New Year, this festival also promises virtual reality installations and theatre performances. Tickets are £20, and I recommend giving yourself plenty of time to explore – book tickets now.

Hogwarts, Harry Potter, Warner Bros. Studio, Snow, Winter

Hogwarts in the Snow

One for the HP fans – for just £35 you can see Hogwarts in winter at the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London. It runs until 29th January, and features everything from a frosty Hogwarts to special-effects fires. Explore Hogwarts at its most festive time of year.

Boisdale, Canary Wharf, Hootenanny, Burns Night

Frank and Dean’s Burns Night Hootenanny

Celebrate one of Scotland’s most famous poets with live music and haggis at the Boisdale in Canary Wharf. Tickets for a four course dinner and show are £65, but is well-worth it considering it’s considered one of the best live-music restaurants in London. It all kicks off on 25th January at 9.15pm!

Enda Walsh, Lazarus, David Bowie, Musical

Lazarus at the King’s Cross Theatre

This is absolutely your last chance to see David Bowie and Enda Walsh’s Lazarus at the King’s Cross Theatre, as it finishes on 22nd January. Ticket prices vary according to times and availability, so get in quick. You really don’t want to miss it!

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