Morning people! Another week, another batch of things to go do and see. It’s Christmas week so for most it might be that time to just unwind and eat loads. If you do end up feeling restless and need to get out of the house, here’s a list of things you could check out during the week after the break.
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Christmas Past @ Geffyre Museum
Ending 6th January 2013
Each year, authentic festive decorations transform the museum’s period rooms, giving visitors an evocative and captivating insight into how Christmas has been celebrated in English middle-class homes over the past 400 years. Step back through the centuries and discover the origins and meanings of some of the rich and vibrant traditions of Christmas past, from feasting, dancing and kissing under the mistletoe to playing parlour games, hanging up stockings, sending cards, decorating the tree and throwing cocktail parties.
It’s Christmas day!!
Carving In Britain: From 1910 to Now @ Fine Art Society London
Ending 12th January 2013
The Fine Art Society is proud to present a historic exhibition across two floors of the gallery that tells the story of carving in Britain from 1910 to the present day.
Art in The Wild @ OXO Tower Wharf
Ending 6th January 2012
An exhibition of Roger Hooper’s photographs highlighting his vision of Art in the Wild. Hooper is a photographer who is passionate about wildlife and the environment. He has photographed many extraordinary aspects of our planet and sees photography as a way of informing others of the frailty of the world around us. In aid of WWF (
World Wrestling Federation World Wildlife Fund)
Despite @ Richmix
Ending 28th December 2012
“Despite” brings together the work of a group of contemporary artists from Palestine – both the West Bank and Gaza, and includes work by artists such as Mohammed Joha, Hani Zurob, Majed Shala, Mohammed Abusal, Nidal Abu Oun and Raed Issa. “Despite” explores the juxtaposition of our “real” structured environments with the artistic imagination. It draws on bleak images of humiliation and restricted movement alongside sheer joy in the diversity of forms of cacti.
Winter Wonderland @ Hyde Park
Ending 6th January 2013
What Christmas celebration would be complete without the accompanying festive fare? At Winter Wonderland you’re never far away from a warming hot chocolate, mulled wine or hot cider to keep the chills away. There’s a dazzling array of food choices including traditional German fare, flame-cooked meats, pies and pancakes, churros and colourful candy stalls. You can pick up food on-the-go from one of the many outdoor wooden chalets, or to escape from the cold, choose from a variety of bars, cafes and heated restaurants
Ideal for lunchtime skating, after-work gatherings, romantic dates and weekend leisure. Beautifully illuminated after dark, it makes a spectacular night time destination. Come with a group! Groups of 20 people or more receive a 10% discount when booking online (excluding Family tickets).