As the autumn evenings grow crisp and cool, November arrives with an abundance of beautiful Bonfire Night (Thursday November 5 2015) fireworks to warm things up. Wrap up snug and head to one of the capital's many firework displays to enjoy a show of spectacular colours.
We'll be updating this page with 2015 firework displays as they're announced.
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When it comes to London’s traditional events, this is one of the biggies, referenced in Pepys’s diaries and in works by Canaletto and Hogarth. Given that in 2015 it will celebrate its 800th year, 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. A river pageant will set off near Westminster Bridge at 8.30am, floating downriver to pass through Tower Bridge at 9.25 am, and a spectacular riverside fireworks display will take place at 5.15pm.
Grandstand seats along the route for the Lord Mayor's Show are released in June and sold on a first come, first served basis. They often sell out by the middle of October. To receive advance notice when tickets become available, join the mailing list. Find more fireworks displays in London
Just when you thought fireworks couldn't get more exciting, here comes your chance to watch them go off in a place that made gunpowder its business. Learn what really happened to Guy Fawkes in the Royal Gunpowder Mills' costumed re-enactments of his famous plot, which feature the chance to learn about the people, food and life of the seventeenth century. Craft activities for children including making a Guy Fawkes lantern, and there'll be live music, fairground rides, a barbecue and bar. The day rounds of at 7pm with a 15-minute fireworks finale. Booking recommended.Read more