As the autumn evenings get chillier, November steps up with loads of fireworks to warm us all up. Wrap up snug, head to one of the capital's many bonfire displays, and enjoy a show of colours over London's top attractions and beyond.
When is Bonfire Night?
Remember, remember the fifth of November (the main firework action takes places on Monday November 5 2018, but events will run before and afterwards). Check our listings below for more details, and if you can't make them, you can see more firework action later in November at the Lord Mayor's Show and Fireworks.
What is Bonfire Night?
Bonfire Night a.k.a. Fireworks Night, a.k.a Guy Fawkes Night, traditionally marks the anniversary of the end of the plot to blow up the Houses of Parliament in 1605.
Where is Bonfire Night?
Firework displays take place across the whole of London. Stay in your local area, or venture further afield, and pick a fireworks party that's sure to end with a bang.
*We’ll be updating this page with events for Bonfire Night 2018 as they are announced.*
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Bringing a bit of sparkle to the dull nights of winter is Bonfire Night (and New Year's Eve, let's not forget), when an array of glittering firework displays light up London's skies. But if standing out in the cold isn't your vibe, flick through our gallery of fireworks and enjoy the beauty of the occasion from the comfort of your seat.
A shellfish restaurant in Marylebone that's decked out like a fancy diner (plush booths and sleek table seating). Crab is the speciality here (surprise, surprise), but there's also scallop ceviche, tuna tartare, oysters and more. Taking pride of place on the menu is the Red King Crab from the northern Atlantic Ocean: it's only caught once a year and they serve it on ice or baked to allow the flavours of the crab to shine through.