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London events in November

Your guide to the best happenings in London this November

Dig out your sturdiest leaf-crunching shoes and embrace all things autumnal with November's offering of cool, crisp things to do. There's Thanksgiving meals and London Jazz festival to keep you happy indoors and the ultra-trad Lord Mayor's Show and big ol' Bonfire Night to keep you entertained outdoors. Start your month off with a bang with our pick of the very best things to do in London this November. 

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Our November 2017 highlights

Hair by Sam McKnight

An exhibition championing Sam McKnight's impressive 40-year career in hair-styling. As one of the first stylists to have solely carved a career in the fashion world, McKnight's portfolio spans beautiful blow drys, braids and waves for editorial shoots, ad campaigns and catwalk shows.

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Somerset House , Temple Until Sunday March 12 2017

Wildlife Photographer of the Year

The prestigious nature photography exhibition returns this October. Now in its fifty-second year, the renowned and celebrated annual wildlife photography competition and exhibition returns to the Natural History Museum with images of the most extraordinary species on the planet, captured by professional and amateur photographers.

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Natural History Museum , Brompton Until Sunday September 10 2017

Southbank Centre Winter Festival

The Southbank Centre Winter Festival returns for 2016 and along with its array of festive shows and performances they will also be celebrating the coldest season with a fistful of fun pop-ups and activities. NoFit State will be bringing contemporary circus to the stage with 'Bianco' performed above, behind and around the audience, plus Christmas will get a rock 'n' roll makeover thanks to the 'Million Dollar Quartet' musical.

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Southbank Centre , South Bank Until Wednesday January 25 2017

Bump Roller Disco

Do you love nothing more than rolling with your homies? Then head down to Bump's wooden-floored roller disco that's popping up at the Southbank Centre for another year. Skates are included in the ticket price (though pros are welcome to bring their own), and there'll be a line-up of special club nights taking place in the evenings on Fridays and Saturdays for which tickets can be booked in advance.

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Southbank Centre , South Bank Until Sunday January 22 2017

Christmas lights in London

This is the month when London gets transformed into the sparkliest, blingiest, most festive place on earth with the switching on of Christmas lights all over town. There's nothing like the sparkle of London Christmas lights to give the city an instant festive makeover. Plan an outing to gaze upon Christmas lights in London, ahead of a festive spot of ice skating or Christmas shopping, with our guide to all the main lights in London this Christmas here.

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By: Time Out London Things To Do

Nice Fish

Now that the entire world has woken up to the magnitude of Mark Rylance’s acting talents, the notoriously eccentric ex-Globe boss seems determined to balance out mainstream screen fare like ‘Wolf Hall’ and ‘Bridge of Spies’ with more, er, ‘eccentric’ stage work. Last year’s West End hit ‘Farinelli and the King’ had a curio-ish bent to it, and that goes does double for ‘Nice Fish’.

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Harold Pinter Theatre , Soho Until Saturday February 11 2017

Ice skating rinks in London

November in London means the beginning of all things festive and, naturally, the opening of major ice rinks around town. So whether you dance on ice like Christopher Dean or scramble around like Bambi, the capital's outdoor ice rinks are some of the most magical locations you can visit this season. Here's a round-up of all the best London ice skating rinks to twirl around on this year.

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By: Time Out London Things To Do

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

JK Rowling’s new movie set in the wizarding world of Harry Potter is finally released this month, much to the delight of every single Potter fan in the country. But be warned: it's not a direct Hazza P sequel, spin-off or prequel. It’s a new story, set in the wizarding world but several decades earlier in 1920s New York. ‘The laws and customs of the hidden magical society will be familiar to anyone who has read the “Harry Potter” books,’ says Rowling. But that’s it.

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This House

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‘This House’ is a backroom, whips’-eye view of the relentless grind that was UK politics between 1974 and 1979. It was the period in which the hung parliament of February ’74 yielded to the miniscule Labour majority of October ’74, which in turn begat four years of political near-deadlock.

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Garrick Theatre , Covent Garden Until Saturday February 25 2017
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Shades L
Shades L

I'll be coming to London again this November and will be bringing a group of 8 ladies Christmas shopping to Westfields, Stratford. I'm wondering if there is anything going on this year as last year the race of champions was on and I was totally stuffed trying to get a stretched limo round some of the side streets.

Looking for 19th November 2016. If there's anything going can someone please post up.


Thank you in advance :)

Leanne Nicholls
Leanne Nicholls

This has helped me organise a whole week of great fun for my family and I :-)