Five London Events in October 2015

There is some crazy stuff happing in London in October. So if you are planning to come down for a theatre break this month, keep an eye out for some extra events to make your short break a trip to remember.

London Cocktail Week

London Cocktail Week takes place during the week commencing 05 October 2015.

Old Spitalfields Market plays host to pop-up bars offering the best cocktails in London along with late-night DJ sets. But it’s not only in Spitalfields… bars across the city will also be taking part.

Wristbands cost £10 and includes discounts in 275 participating bars and a complimentary cocktail.

NFL on Regent Street

On the eve of the second NFL International Series game, 24 October 2015, the whole of Regent Street will shut down for an free, All-American spectacular complete with DJs, cheerleaders and street food stalls.

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Regent Street will also host the Regent Street Motor Show on 31 October 2015

London Restaurant Festival

Look out for this month long, city wide celebration, with restaurant-hopping tours to festival menus offered by some of the capital’s best restaurants.

Menus start at just £10 per person.

Trafalgar Square Events

The weekend of 10 and 11 October will be a busy one at Trafalgar Square.

Africa on the Square

First all those joining Nelson on the Square will get a taste of African culture as Africa on The Square takes place on 10 October

Diwali in London

And the very next day 11 October, Trafalgar Square will be the scene for a this huge celebration: Diwali  – the Festival of Lights!

Thrill the World London

Don your zombie rags and your dancing shoes and head to Covent Garden, at 10pm on 24 October 2015, to join tens of thousands of people across the globe who will be attempting to break the world record for the biggest number of zombies dancing simultaneously to Michael Jackson’s spooky classic.

The perfect addition to a Thriller Theatre Break

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