Friday, January 12, 2018

What's On In London: January 2018

If you're a fellow Disney fan, the Winnie the Pooh exhibition at the V&A will be a must visit for you! It closes in April but there are also special events on throughout January that may interest you! Tickets are £8 /

The London Short Film Festival is back for its 15th year from the 12th until the 21st of January. Here you'll be able to attend film screenings about a whole range of subjects, including Brexit and you'll also be able to meet industry experts! More information over at www,

The biggest light festival in the UK is back between the 18th and 21st of January. Here, over 40 artists will reimagine the city's architecture and streets with a mesmerising light display.

We've had rooftop bars and ice risks and now even a sauna? January is more than too cold so this sounds great! As well as the sauna, there will also be changing and showering facilities, blankets and winter warming drinks available. Tickets from £20

If you didn't get the chance to ice-skate in London during the festive period, there's still time! The ice rink in Canary Wharf is open until February!

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