London for Christmas

Your Guide to Christmas in London

London for Christmas

Your Guide to Christmas in London

 

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Winter Forest Broadgate

Winter Forest Broadgate
This winter we're transforming Exchange Square into a Nordic-inspired forest under the stars.

 

Book tickets to our cosy and cool Tipi Cinema, try something spiced and seasonal at our Bar & Grill or plan the perfect night out at The Hideaway. Winter is here.

 

Cosy up in our Tipi Cinema
From seasonal gems to cult classics, our pop-up Tipi Cinema sits in the heart of The Winter Forest. Small-but-perfectly formed, snuggle up with free popcorn and soft drinks and leave the cold outside.

 

Light Traces by David Ogle
Don’t miss this winter’s art exhibition, Light Traces, a series of magical and enigmatic artworks by British artist David Ogle. From a neon installation of treelike structures in Finsbury Avenue Square to his Loomings project at 201 Bishopsgate, his work is set to delight and inspire.

 

Season’s Editions
Until January 2018, Broadgate Tower will play home to dazzling artworks featuring a variety of media (including printmaking, photography, multimedia and sculptural wall pieces) by new and established artists including Kristjana S Williams, Robin Duttson, Debra Franses-Bean and Michael Suchta.

 

Winter Market
Our Winter Market presents some of the most innovative and joyful artisans from across the UK. For inspired gifts, sweet treats, Christmas food shopping, homewares and more, start your festive shopping here.

 

Food and Drink
Meet for spiced mulled wine at the Bar & Grill or enjoy shared platters and drinks by pre-booking a table at The Hideaway.


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Venue Details

Exchange Square
Broadgate
London EC2M 3WA


Box Office
Email

Nearest tube
Liverpool Street

Directions
Map

More info
Website

Dates
13 November 2017 - 12 January 2018

Times
Monday-Saturday 11.00-23.00
Sunday 11.00-18.00

Prices
Free to enter, you will need a ticket for some activities

Other notes
Closed 23-26, 31 December and 1 January.



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